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PAULINA SANTOYO GARCÍA JUNIOR ARCHITECT


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Professional Work

Resumé

Teodoro González de León Arquitectos

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COLMEX Library Building Expansion

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MUAC Classroom for Public Programs bgp Arquitectura

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Mexico City New International Airport

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Philanthropy Mexican Center

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Knopp House

Academic Work

Graduate School

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The Logistical City

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Architecture Through The Looking Glass, And What We Found There Undergraduate School

“Make no little plans, they have no magic to stir one’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and hard work; remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing insistency.” Daniel Burnham

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Zacatecas City Auditorium Theatre

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Zaidin Urban Plan and Health Center

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PAULINA SANTOYO GARCÍA Personal A

Education

1016 North Blvd, Oak Park, Illionois 60301

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+52 477 5783737

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paulina.santoyog@gmail.com

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Mexican

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August 11, 1988

2006-2011

Diploma in Architecture

2010-2011

Internacional Exchange_Study abroad

2016-2017

- Universidad De Granada, Spain

Master of Science in Architecture

Professional 2014-2016 Experience 2013-2014

- Universidad De La Salle Bajío, Mexico

- University of Illinois at Chicago

TGL Arquitectos, Mexico City

Junior Architect

bgp Arquitectura, Mexico City

Junior Architect

2011-2012

World Applications SA de CV, León

Junior Architect

2011

Universidad De La Salle Bajío, College of Architecture, León

Internship

Skills Languages

Spanish, English, French, Russian(basic)

Software

Autocad 2015, 3d Max 2014, Revit Architecture 2014, Photoshop CC 2015, Indesing CS6, Ilustrator CS6, Rhinoceros 5 (Grasshopper), Google Sketshup, Microsoft Office

Others

Photography, Oil Painting, Watercolor Painting, Model Making, Hand Sketching 3


Teodoro Gonzรกlez de Leรณn Arquitectos COLMEX Library Building Expansion MUAC Classroom for Public Programs bgp Arquitectura Mexico City New International Airport Philanthropy Mexican Center Knopp House

Professional Work


Construction Progress

COLMEX LIBRARY BUILDING EXPANSION Teodoro Gonzáles de León Arquitectos

Project Design: Teodoro González de Léon

Teamwork of 2 Work developed: -Detail Drawings Function: Academic -Client / Team meetings Status: Finalized -Contact with manufactures -Asistance on construction Size: 6,200 m2 drawings. Client: El Colegio de Mexico -Site visits -Construction Supervision Year: 2014-2016 -As-Built Drawings Attending to the needs of the library Daniel Cosio Villegas at El Colegio de México for an expansion of its building, with the purpose of creating new space for storage a collection of more than 100,000 volumes, using a mechanical mobile storage technology. Also creating more spaces of study and meeting for the college.

Location: Mexico city

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MUAC Classroom for Public Programs Teodoro Gonzáles de León Arquitectos

Project Design: Teodoro González de Léon Work developed: -Project manager -Detail Drawings -Client / Team meetings -Presentation of the project -Site visits -Supervision of images and model making

Location: Mexico city Function: Academic Status:

Project

Size:

137 m2

Client:

MUAC

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2016

The University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) due to its constant growing of visitors and increase of services, required a new classroom for public programs. The new room needed to be flexible, sometimes to be used as a workshop and sometimes for meetings. Since the only possible space for this classroom was an existing garden, the proposal was to substitute the old garden with a new garden in the roof of the new classroom. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCÍA

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MEXICO CITY NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT bgp arquitectura + GENSLER Project Design:

Bernardo Gรณmez Pimienta & Gensler

Location: Mexico city Function: Public service Status:

Competition

Size:

4,430 has

Year:

2013-2014

Teamwork of 20 Work developed: -Diagrams and graphic desing -Coordination of interior desing -Team meetings -Text, images and drawings editing -Detail Drawings

NAICM would be the new international airport for Mexico City. In 2013 the Mexican government launched the bases for the competition in which 9 of the preeminent Mexican architects were invited to participate in association with any other international firm of their choice. To find more about this project please use the following link: http://bgp.com.mx/en/architecture/architecture-public-buildings/item/New%20International%20Airport%20of%20Mexico%20City PAULINA SANTOYO GARCรA

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PHILANTROPHY MEXICAN CENTER bgp arquitectura Project Design:

Bernardo Gรณmez Pimienta

Location: Mexico city Function: Public Service Status:

Competition

Size:

6,200 m2

Client:

Mexican Goverment

Year:

2013

Teamwork of 5 Work developed: -Asistance on design -Diagrams and graphic desing -Team meetings -Text, images and drawings editing

Participation of bgp arquitectura team on an open competition for the architectural design of a new building for the Philantrophy Mexican Center. The project was design in order to provide the most energy efficiency and proposing the use of local materials traditional in the vernacular architecture of Mexico City. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCรA

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KNOPP HOUSE

bgp arquitectura Project Design: Bernardo Gómez Pimienta Paulina Santoyo García

Ground Floor

Location: Cuernavaca

Work developed: Function: Habitational -Project manager -Architectural Design -Detail Drawings Status: Project -Client meetings Size: 550m2 -3d Vizualizations Client: Knopp Family -Project developed with Revit

Year:

2013

Architectural desig with the architect Bernardo Gómez Pimienta, of a summer house in Cuernavaca for the Knopp Family, with the use of local material incorporating the landscape with an existing pool in the site, and the use of a traditional vault ceiling technique. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCÍA

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First Floor

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Graduate School The Logistical City_ No-Home Supply Architecture Through The Looking Glass, And What We Found There Undergraduate School Zacatecas City Auditorium Theatre Zaidin Urban Plan and Health Center

Academic Work


NO-HOME SUPPLY: How Logistics Changes The American Dream “Home is not just the physical space we inhabit, but its extended functions as well, as all of them are made possible by the network.” The American Dream is changing. According to the Millennials it is now based on mobility and access. This new generation needs the flexibility that ownership does not provide. It doesn’t need to own material things anymore, not even a house, since everything can be provided and serviced by contemporary logistical networks, from car sharing systems to social interactions. But what about those domestic spaces and domestic atmospheres that cannot be provided by even the most powerful logistical networks? In particular those phenomenological spaces that turn out to be, most of the time, the spaces that make people “feel like home”. The No-Home Supply Project is a new typology that offers spaces and comfort for residents (urban nomads) who have decided to follow a new American Dream and not own a house. It readapts city infrastructure to provide a series of domestic environments that manipulate “homey imagery” to recreate those feelings of being at home. The No-Home Network allows studying and working at the home library (NH Studio Library), warming in front of the fireplace (NH Chimney Corner), hanging out with the family (NH Main Floor), taking a piano lesson (NH Piano Lounge), gardening and making a grill at the backyard (NH Backyard), and celebrating a family reunion (NH Family House). Most of these spaces are public, taking advantage of strategic locations around the city, and through the use of a network interface and electronic devices, users locate them, allowing the city to be the new home for the NH members. The No-Home Supply creates a new way of community life, subverting the individualization that is often the result of logistical networks. People can share time, food, and all kinds of services and amenities provided by the No-Home Supply, revolutionizing the idea of living in, and (not) owning a home. Furthermore, by revealing the interaction between real and digital, visible and invisible, device and network, that now merge together in the spaces we inhabit, the No-Home Network emerges as an architectural prototype for, what the sociologist Manuel Castells calls, the “space of flows”.

THE LOGISTICAL CITY_ NO-HOME SUPPLY Researh Seminar Fall 2016 Desing Studio Spring 2017 MSArch Faculty member: Clare Lyster Function: Housing - City Infrastructure Status:

Project Drawings

University: UIC SOA Year:

2016-017

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ARCHITECTURE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT WE FOUND THERE

Desing Studio Fall 2016 MSArch Faculty member: Sam Jacob

Work developed: -Researh of grids -Speculative drawings -Ideal Communities Status: Desing Drawings research -Staging the community University: drawings -Architectural Desing UIC SOA -Architectural Plans Year: -Model Making

Function: Community

2016

From exploring the history and culture of the grid as an organizational, and sometimes abstract system, to the framing of different possible scenarios of utopian communities, and how were this informed, organized and connected by the grid. Unsing the drawing as an speculative tool in order to develop the architectural proposal for a new utopian community. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCĂ?A

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ZACATECAS CITY AUDITORIUM THEATRE

Tenth Semester Final Degree Project Spring 2011 Arch Faculty member: M. del Carmen Padilla Córdova Location: Zacatecas, Mexico Function: Cultural Status:

Thesis Project

Size:

4.3 has

University: De La Salle Bajío Year:

2011

Work developed: -Typology research -Site Research -Project Design -Detail drawings -3D visualizations -Text, images and diagrams -Structural Calculations -Presentation to college jury

The objective of this thesis was to design a social impact project in Zacatecas, based on the needs of my home town, a theater auditorium that allow events of international significance, offering contemporary design, functional and innovative, with the use of local materials. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCÍA

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ZAIDĂ?N URBAN PLAN AND HEALTH CENTER

Nineth Semester Project Fall 2010 Arch Faculty member: Elisa Valero Location: Granada, Spain Function: Social and Health Status:

Studio Project

Size:

3000m2 (healt center)

University: Universidad de Granada Year:

2010

Work developed: -Typology research -Neighborhood Research -Urban planning -Project Design -Photography -3D visualizations -Text, images and diagrams editing

Project elaborated during an academic exchange with the University of Granada Spain, the project consisted on an urban planning for the rehabilitation of the Zaidin Barrio and the development of a health center on the banks of the river. PAULINA SANTOYO GARCĂ?A

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Antonio Abelardo Rodríguez TGL Arquitectos Senior Architect Amsterdam 63, Condesa, Cuahutémoc, Mexico City 06140 P: +52 5552865578 E: antonio@tglarquitectos.com

Luis Enrique Mendoza bgp Arquitectura Partner and Senior Architect Ave María 23, Barrio de Sta. Catarina, Coyoacán, Mexico City 04010 P: +52 5255233468 E: lem@bgp.com.mx

References


paulina.santoyog@gmail.com

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Paulina Santoyo Garcia - Junior Architect

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Paulina Santoyo Garcia - Junior Architect

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