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PAULA MARTINEZ SANCHO +34 626655490 paula.martinez.sancho@gmail.com


CV ...............................................................................................................

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Progressive system to reactivate harmed areas // Seoul ............................ 03-08 Artificial repopulation of Dr. Morales Park // Santander ..............................

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Book Design ................................................................................................

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Module ........................................................................................................ 11-12 Public Space in Las Ventas // Madrid ........................................................

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Transformation of existing Block // Madrid ..................................................

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Urban action at Plaza de Castilla // Madrid..................................................

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Collaborations .............................................................................................

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Microproject of cooperation ........................................................................ 15-16

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PAULA MARTINEZ SANCHO +34 626655490 paula.martinez.sancho@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Architect Escuela Superior de Arte y Arquitectura // Universidad Europea de Madrid Sep ‘06 - Feb ‘13 // Madrid, Spain BME, Budapest University of Technology and Economics // Eras Sep ‘09 - Jun ‘10 // Budapest, Hungary

Specialty_Piano Conservatorio Superior de Música Jesus de Monasterio Sep ‘99 - Jun ‘07 // Santander, Spain WORK EXPERIENCE

OSS // Office for Strategic Spaces Intern Architect Oct ‘11 - March ‘12 // Madrid, Spain OSS is an architecture and art office founded by Angel Borrego, interested in contemporary urban space and its economic, social and cultural consequences. Development of concepts and ideas for competitions // Elaboration of images, plans and working and final models for competitions // Design of graphics for the publication “Ensanche / Pump up housing”.

SKILLS

Language skills Spanish // mother tongue English // B2 First Certificate in English // Cambridge Speaking_B2 // Writing_B2 // Listening_C1 // Reading_C1

Technical skills Autocad 2D/3D // Adobe Illustrator // Adobe Photoshop // Microsoft Office // Rhinoceros 3D OTHER

Microproject of cooperation Universidad Europea de Madrid - AIPC Pandora (NGO) July ‘12 - August ‘12 // Jaipur, India A semester research in the university course “Introduction to international cooperation in architecture” ends up in a practical group work experience in the slum Kathputli Nagar. Graphic inventory of the houses and their conditions and facilities // Development of theoretical and practical workshops about rubbish and vegetation // Drainage project of the slum. Realization of part of it in collaboration with the community.

Ruta Maya July ‘11 - August ‘11 // El Salvador - Honduras - Guatemala - Mexico Selected to participate in Ruta Maya 2011, an itinerant project based on the dissemination and knowledge of the social, cultural and urban conditions of the indigenous Mayan people.

PUBLICATIONS

El agua, Fuente de civilizacion The water, civilization source Page 139 - 147 Rueda Publisher

COMPLEMENTARY EDUCATION

Historical heritage; Architecture and Urbanism // Universidad de Burgos Bioconstruction; building a more sustainable world // CEDREAC

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squATTER SETTLEMENTS

Siberia 1945 1945 Manchurria Seoul

Migration to Korea

Migration to Seoul

big population movements

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ECONOMIC AND HOUSING EVOLUTION

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URBAN GROWTH

PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM TO REACTIVATE HARMED AREAS Academic project // 2012 -2013 Tutor // NĂŠstor Montenegro The project aim is to investigate about the reactivation of consolidated urban fabric, as an alternative to the actual processes of urban regeneration in the city of Seoul, which have lots of social, urban and economic consequences. Architecture is understood as an active element in the regeneration of poor settlements. Instead of the direct expropriation of a large area, which removes all the remains, lifestyles, activities and inhabitants of a place, a time-based intervention is proposed, activating gradually the untapped potential of the place. An example of implementation of the system would be carried out at Oking Dong, a neighbourhood where an urban renewal project is already proposed.

URBAN RENEWAL MANAGEMENT urban renewal


social and urban consequences Until 1980 1980-1990 1980-1990 big scale urban renewal 1980-1990 small scale urban renewal 1990-2000 2000-2012 Currently stipulated areas for urban renewal

OKIN DONG Traditional appropiation of public space is transformed into impersonal and useless spaces between blocks

> Lost of land uses, street network, public spaces and equipments

Gentrification

city impact Homogeneity. Apartment is the only housing model

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EXISTING REGENERATION MODEL

NEW REGENERATION MODEL

An open system of changeable character is proposed. It reconfigures itself depending on the place where it is installed, with an active participation of the future users. It is characterized by reversible methods of construction, of simple rapid and economic assembly; an unfinished, incomplete, evolutionary design and flexibility and versatility as for uses, spaces, typologies and rates of possession, generating a hybrid and diverse urban fabric. The system consists of four elements: energetic devices, programs, skins and structure.

OKIN DONG

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Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

Total area // 1515,62 m2 People moved // 56 Demolished houses // 26 House interventions // 9

Total area // 1001,24 m2 People moved // 36 Demolished houses // 13 House interventions // 5

Total area // 617 m2 People moved // 25 Demolished houses // 10 House interventions // 8

Total area // 820,4 m2 People moved // 26 Demolished houses // 0 House interventions // 26

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Bad conservation level (B) Non traditional, non protected houses

Sun light

Houses with less than 20 m2 of area Bad sun ligh incidence

Regular conservation level (R) Bad sunligh incidence

Regular conservation level (R) Older than 70 years Non traditional, non protected houses

Accesibility

Houses with less than 60 m2 of area Bad sunligh incidence Non traditional, non protected houses

Regular conservation level Older than 50 years Regular sun ligh incidence Non traditional, non protected houses

Roof

It sets up different interventions or demolitions depending on the condition of the pre-existence and its level of habitability. These are distributed in phases, attending first to those of major priority and progressively improving the rest, allowing his inhabitants to be relocated in the neighbourhood during the constructive period. These consist of: complete demolitions of real estate, interventions on those with not enough sun light, interventions on covers in poor condition and interventions of improvement on the accessibility.

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FloorPhase Plan _1Phase 1 Detail ofDetail floor plan,


WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HABITABLE CELL AND THE CITY? The system is implanted in Okin dong supporting the urban existing trace, not opening big routes, but expanding lightly some points favoring the already existing appropriation of the public space and the creation of interior and outer intermediate spaces (with intermediate conditions) between the habitable cell and the city.

Intermediate space

Sytem detail

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EQUIPMENT DEFICIT REACTIVATION DEVICES

artificial REPOPULATIion of dr MORALES PARK Academic project // 2010 Evolutionary roof structure

Most of the green areas of the city of Santander are located in the east of the city linked to the beaches and touristic places. There is only one park located in the center-west area: Dr Morales Park, and it doesn’t offer almost any activity or equipment and some of them are in abandon. Different devices will be introduced in the park, so as to improve the infrastructure and the spatial and environmental qualities of different areas of the park while they introduce new uses, reactivating the area. For that, an open roof construction is proposed and it can be extended, modify or dismantled. This modular roof will be equipped, allowing a variety of programs to take place under it. This system varies depending on the location and their needs, interacting with the surrounding, producing a wide variety of devices and spaces. The old pond is reconverted to a new water infrastructure which will make the collection, use and recycling of the water, visible. Where the noise produced by the highway impeded activities before, the device creates new peaceful gathering areas. Another device connects two areas that were previously inaccessible for disabled people, offering exhibitions.

Water cycle

Roof structure

Equipped roof

Programatic plugin inhabiting the roof

Interaction

Section A-A

ABANDONED POND

NOISY AREAS

DIFFICULT ACCESIBILITY POINTS


book design Academic project // 2008 Tutor // Uriel FoguĂŠ and Manuel OcaĂąa This book contains the work that I developed during my first project design subject. The edition contains sixteen cubes, twelve cards showing the instructions of the game and some of the possible combinations and a silk box. The projects can be seen by chronological order, or you can see the different images, sections, models, site plans or floor plans together in one page. One book, but lots of possibilities.

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8.28 m2 _ Variable use 1.42 m2 _ Toilet 4.69 m2 _ Kitchen

9.62 m2 _ Variable use 1.42 m2 _ Toilet 4.69 m2 _ Kitchen

14.32 m2 _ Variable use 1.42 m2 _ Toilet

Toilet _1.42 m2 + 0.379 m + 1.05 m

Module

Shower_1.22 m2 + 0.45 m

Kitchen _3.35 m2 + 0.379 m

Academic project // 2011 Tutor // Susana Moreno

How would it be to build a housing block in a National Park? Aspects as reuse, recycling, adaptability to different uses and ways of living, impact on the environment, reversible construction processes, nature integration and transport and origin of materials take on big importance. Different functional situations can be configured in this module of 4,5 m x 4,5 m thanks of an equipped and transformable floor. Opening and closing, different elements of the house can be hiden or taken out, multiplying its possibilities. Also, different combinations between modules produce a wide variety of floor plans.

Sleep area _3.17 m2 + 0.3 m


P1 // Roof module Weight / Unit __ 1802’5 Kg Units / Block __ 23 Energetic cost of material fabrication __ 9371.007 MJ Total C02 emissions __ 2414.828 Kg Transport __ 12 pieces/lorry +

Housing block_ 20 modules P2 // Lateral module Weight / Unit __ 937,25 Kg Units / Block __ 102 Energetic cost of material fabrication __ 27884.088 MJ Total C02 emissions __ 3184.6Kg Transport __ 18 pieces/lorry +

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P3 // Floor module Weight / Unit __ 2260 Kg Units / Block __ 30 Energetic cost of material fabrication __ 43958.137 MJ Total C02 emissions __ 7490.8 Kg Transport __ 6 pieces/lorry +

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P4 // Pilar Weight / Unit __ 226 Kg Units / Block __ 73 Energetic cost of material fabrication __ 427842.8 MJ Total C02 emissions __ 49987.78Kg

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public space in las ventas Academic Project // 2008 Tutor // Fuensanta Nieto The aim of the project is to organize and activate the existing empty space which surrounds Las Ventas bull ring, offering an equipped urban space for the citizens. Different platforms allow the connection between the north (the top of a hill) and the nearby surroundings of the bull ring (13 meters of elevation difference). This connection can be made cycling, walking or practising other sports as climbing, depending de path you choose. Under the platforms, temporary and permanent programmes appeared, as markets, small libraries, shops or cafeterias.

Urban action at plaza castilla TRANSFORMATION OF EXISTING BLOCK Academic Project // 2008 Tutor // Fuensanta Nieto Azca is a business area of Madrid with tall office buildings. The project transforms one of them into a more hybrid and dense space. A new independent structure supports new programs and activities, as shops, cafeterias, co-working or resting areas... creating relations between different work spaces and the attraction to visitors and residents of the nearby area.

Academic Project // 2007 Tutor // Uriel FoguĂŠ and Manuel OcaĂąa Plaza Castilla is one of the busiest places of Madrid where around 18.000 people every day walk through it commuting. The square is really badly maintained, with lots of broken cobbles. We reorganize the cobbles creating towers with magazines and books, protecting the commuters to pass through the most dangerous places, offering a new cultural service for all the people who wait there for their buses and making it visible and revealing the neglect of the public space.


collaborations Intership experience // 2011-2012 Samples of works that I did during my collaboration with the architecture office OSS. Working models, image and final model and video (http://vimeo.com/45799435) for the international competition Capithetical.

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before ...

MICROPROJECT OF COOPERATION jaipur Academic experience // Summer 2012 A group of seven students, two teachers and personal of the local NGO in collaboration with the community developed in Kathputli Nagar, Jaipur, a project based in these three points. -An inventory of houses and their conditions and facilities. A floor plan of the slum. -The development of workshops related to the public space, both theoretically and practically about: The importance of the introduction of new vegetation and the conservation of the existing one in the slum (Planting new vegetation in some desolated areas) and the possibilities of reusing some of the materials that are currently been thrown to the nearby land and the streets (Construction of sunshades made from old clothing). -The drainage project, the construction of part of it in collaboration with the community and the education about the maintenance of it.

during collaborative work...

drainage system project


which are the beneficts of the vegetation ? - They cast shadow - They purify the air - They embellish the slum - Trees cure the soil and remove toxicity from the ground - Some plants can repel mosquitoes - Others can remove bad smells

Vegetation Rubbish How the garbage affects our life? - Drainage obstruction - Stagnant water - Animals nourished with garbage - Childrens playing with garbage ( diseases, mosquitoes, infections...)

Which are the possibilities for those materials which can not be sell? - Compost from organic garbage - Sunshades from old clothes - etc...

theoretical workshop practical workshops

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