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RESUME

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MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE

CONTEMPLATION PAVILION

URBANISM PROJECTS

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SOCIAL HOUSING 3


resume VICTOR RODRIGO YAÑEZ JIMÉNEZ January 14th 1993 MEXICO CITY arq.rodrigoyanez@gmail.com 0735682694 (SE) @rodrigoyanez _

SOFTWARE AUTOCAD

3ds max + v-ray

rhinoceros

sketchup

photoshop

illustrator

indesign

revit

EDUCATION 2011-2016

NATIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO (UNAM) Facultad de Arquitectura (FA) Workshop. Arq. J. Gonzálrez Reyna Graduated with Honors: November 2016 Thesis: Museum of Architecture, Mexico City

2014-2015

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA (UPV) Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura (ETSA) One year of exchange as part of my degree at UNAM

distinctions Assistant of site supersivor Toyota LEED agency, the first car dealerships certificated leed in Mexico (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Honors in competition called Interalleres 2014, Flowers Market, Facultad de Arquitectura, UNAM Graduated with Honors at UNAM, with the thesis project Museum of Architecture, Mexico City

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SKILLS Conceptual design process / Competitions Development of architectural project / Construction documents Graphic design / Presentations 3D Modelling

languages Spanish (Native) English (Fluent) Swedish (Basics)

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UNAM Admission

DARCO Assistant of site supervisor

R-ZERO Internship

2014 UPV Academic exchange Valencia, Spain

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2017

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Architect Mexico City

Marge Arkitekter Architect Stockholm, Sweden

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2017-2018 aug-jan

2016 jan-nov

2013-2014 dec-mar

2012-2013 dec-apr

MARGE ARKITEKTER (Stockholm, Sweden) Colaborations and Projects. Competion Södertalje Station - Conceptual models and drawings Ljura Nybyggnation bostäder - Bygglov Kvarnkullen Förskolan - Revit model TATIANA BILBAO ESTUDIO (Mexico, City) Colaborations and Projects. VENICE BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE 2016 - Reporting From The Front. BOTHANICAL GARDEN - Technical drawings. UDEM - YELLOW PAVILION - Conceptual design and technical drawings R-ZERO ARCHITECTS (Mexico City) INTERNSHIP Collaborations and Projects. CASA CGPP, ROCHESTER BUILDING. DARCO (Mexico City) ASSITANT OF SITE SUPERVISOR Colaborations and Projects. TOYOTA LEED ZARAGOZA AGENCY 2014

CONTACT REFERENCES RZERO Studio Arq. Edgar Velasco E-mail. ev@r-zerostudio.com

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Arq. Juan Pablo Benlliure E-mail. j.benlliure@tatianabilbao.com

Marge Arkitekter Susanne Ramel E-mail. susanne.r@marge.se

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museum of architecture Mexico City

This thesis aims to find a space for Mexican architecture, which allows the city, has its own museum, to expose it in a more interactive and open way to all public. Propose a place to exhibit architecture, which generates a different way of appreciating it, accessible to all public and offering benefits in different areas within the city, are the main objectives of this thesis.

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basic shape

monumental

outdoor exhibition

public space

The proposal starts from a cube, facing the Postal Palace and the Palace of Fine Arts.

Search for monumentality and volumetric composition that evokes a mexican architectural tradition.

Different types of exhibition and public areas are proposed from the displacement of the volumes.

The general proposal contains large spaces for temporary and permanent exhibition areas, with emphasis on outdoor public spaces.

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Santa Veracruz Church

Main routes from Guerrero neighborhood.

Hidalgo Theatre National Museum of Art

Relationship with the fifth facade (Pan CoupĂŠ) of the Post Palace.

Post Palace

01. Museum of Architecture

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1. Entrance 2. Access control 3. Plaza 4. Administration building 5. Basement 6. Permanent exhibition building 7. Temporal exhibition building 8. Viewpoint 9. Fine Arts Museum

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PROGRAM

Administration building

Permanent exhibition

Temporal exhibition

Offices...........................................................................................488 m2 Storage............................................................................................240m2 Curatorial offices.............................................................250m2

Exhibition area.............................................................1316 m2 Lobby...........................................................................................347 m2 Cafeteria, shop...........................................................250 m2

Exhibition area.................................................................420 m2 Auditorium.................................................................................385m2 Outdoor exhibition...................................................400 m2

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East facade

north facade

south facade

Materiality, textures, and monolithic design The proposal is based on creating a new piece in the silhouette of the city. The monumentality of its volumes allows us to recall the Mexican architectural tradition, from pre-Hispanic to modern times.

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Site Plan The permeability of the public spaces towards the city generates a greater influx in the place, which makes of the museum a piece of public art, visitable by all.

01. Museum of Architecture

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The interior plaza is flexible and dynamic, it can be a place to exhibit outdoor works. A space in which the city enters into the building.

01. Museum of Architecture

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Check thesis video here

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https://vimeo.com/254838604


The intention of having the transparent ground floor is to invite visitors to enter the museum, which will allow the area to be reactivated through public activities and the generation of economy around it.

01. Museum of Architecture

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structure details


GALVANISED SHEET

+ 12.80

RAIN GUARD WATERPROOFING SYSTEM waterproof insulation SINCE COMPRESSION LAYER TO PARAPET TWO INSULATION LAYERS

two aluminium yokes FOR WATER AND AIR CONTROL

AIR GAP 50 mm minimum prefabricated concrete panels stainless steel Permanently elastic sealing cement

insulation

+ 8.70

stainless steel cable

cement and wood wall fiberglass insulation joist beam according to structural plan galvanised wire cal 12 metal post plaster ceilling 1 / 2 "

compression layer

+ 4.80

galvanised sheet cal 12 angle steel

RAIN GUARD windows and glazing

marble upon mortar layer terrazo in situ

+ 0.90

.Lower flat slab with waffle floor in the basement finish of concrete visible

01. Museum of Architecture

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contemplation pavilion Valencia, Spain

™A few year ago I realized that looking through a window, for example a Romanesque window in a church, if you are inside the church and you look through the window, you have projected the form of the window into the space outside, in the infinite space outside. And then I had suddenly the feeling that this projection of the space concerned with the form had a different density to the rest of the space™ Chillida

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1. Santa quiteria hermitage 2. Santa quiteria bridge 3. Community weir 4. Urbanized area almassora

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1. Main avenue 2. Circulation conflict 3. Insufficient pedestrian zones

1. Views to community weir 2. Worst views to industrial edification. 3. Better views to hermitage and weir


CONTINUITY

SPATIAL QUALITY

MATERIALITY

Permeability among different volumes directed to the main view. Soft dispase between them that allow the creation of patios and roads.

The difference of heights will allow different frame views to the landscape. Light coming in tranforms this space and its atmosphere.

Walls are intruding the landscape in a natural way. Thus, pavilion seems to be part of the land and the shape is extended towards the trees.

02. Contemplation Pavilion

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The main idea is generate a place to enjoy the views and the silence of the area. Walls are intruding the land in a natural way and the light coming in through the trees into the apertures in the volumes.

02. Contemplation Pavilion

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The pavilion is located in Valencia, Spain, and is conceived as a public space, with a small program that allows to the visitors have a moment of silence and introspection into the nature.

02. Contemplation Pavilion

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urbanism projects Urbanization Benifairó and Analysis of High Line Project Team. | Fernando Salado | Rodrigo Yañez | Hugo Uteau |

The project carried out in the community of Benifairó in Valencia shows the urban development in a town with few inhabitants, where the scale, landscape and transition between the elements built with the gardens have been prioritized, which are of great social value in the city. The next project is an analysis through an urban diagnosis, which allowed to know the benefits that has brought the High Line in New York.

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urbanization benifairó

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+ 150 p. 5 YEARS PERIOD

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+ 150 p. 5 YEARS PERIOD

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+ 150 p. 5 YEARS PERIOD

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The population growth is estimated in the statistics of the Valencian Institute of Statistics, allowing to observe an increase of 150 people in a period of 5 years, which shows a moderate progression of 500 people until the year 2030.

statistics

55 %

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buildings Constituted by single-family houses as well as departmental buildings.

Long-lived population, mostly people between 25 and 50 years old.

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Total houses 60

In 30 years the number of adult people will be broad.

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20 women men

empty houses

Referring to existing spaces occupied by families.

Available Spaces

live

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74 A 70

impulse

64 A 60

In the next 15 years

54 A 50

analysis

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HOGARES

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24 A 20

14 A 10

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There are a large number of people between the ages of 20 and 50, which means that in 30-15 years there is a mostly adult population. These references give us the opportunity to choose the city we want, the public spaces and the appropriate3urbanization. / HOGAR The relation of the transformations of the urbanHAB centers, are ineludably related to the nature and the integration of this in the architecture, as well as the connections and the infrastructures that give the binding character to the rest of the city

walk

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Pedestrain corridor

Landscape

Facilities

Mobility

The new residential buildings make inevitable to think in a model that values ​​its surroundings and allows the pedestrian connection with the new equipment and the current one.

The silhouette of the landscape is an element present in the atmosphere of the town. When walking, turning to a void, the mountain is a referent.

Broad population sector is dedicated to services. This will encourage the generation of employment, through a market of local products, produced by the garden.

The car loses its speed to give the pedestrian greater mobility and safety.

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There is a limit between Benifairรณ and Faura through a landscaped pedestrian passage that does not contemplate the appropriate dimensions on its sides, only in the center causing residual spaces.

The street becomes larger, without sidewalk, which makes it possible to use a car and its free parking on the street, preventing the pedestrian from having a clear circulation

The sidewalk is of minimal dimension and next to it the street allows the parking of a car and the circulation of another, without sidewalk on the other side.

The avenue has 4 lanes for cars, 2 of them are stopped for parking. The sidewalks are still narrow

It is possible to see in the limits the new layout of streets and sidewalks, where there is priority for the use of car, with very narrow sidewalks

03. Urbanism projects

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1. MARKET / CAFETERIA 2. WORKSHOPS / HALL COMMUNITY 3. SOCIAL ZONES 4. GALLERY / EXHIBITION HALL 5. CIVIC CENTER 6. READING AREA / STUDIES CENTER 7. APARTMENT BUILDING 8. BUS STATION 9. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 10. GARDEN 11. HERMITAGE 12. CHILDREN´S GAMES 13. RURAL WOKSHOPS 14. LOCAL MARKET 15. PARKING TRANSPORTATION ROUTES AXES

Garden / Vegetation One of the great attractions of Benifairo is the unbeatable views of the mountains and the extensive green area of cultivation, ​​ so it is essential to mark this as the limit of urban growth, taking advantage of its productivity in the crop as well as its attraction visual.

Rural Workshop As agriculture is the largest source of income within the community, it needs to have a building that allows farmers to perform their work optimally by backing them up with the necessary services.

Design of building and urban spaces As part of the urban approach we tried to arrange the buildings in relation to the visual axes to frame in a way both the exterior landscape and the elements that are part of the configuration of the village. All this through longitudinal buildings that have between 4 and 3 levels.

Local market A market that exclusively sells local products, encouraging the growth of the local economy and linking the common inhabitant to production activities, reinforcing the identity of the farming community

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A plaza, which allows the town to use it in different ways according to local needs, a space for exhibitions, local meetings, fairs, temporary markets or any other form of meeting.

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Sports area

Cafeteria

Study center

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Green area 1

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The soccer field is redesigned and basketball courts are added. In addition to this, a service building is also proposed for this area, where bathrooms, dressing rooms and a cafeteria will be found

Exhibition / Gallery

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1. MARKET / CAFETERIA 2. WORKSHOPS / HALL COMMUNITY 3. SOCIAL ZONES 4. GALLERY / EXHIBITION HALL 5. CIVIC CENTER 6. READING AREA / STUDIES CENTER 7. BUS STATION 8. GARDEN 9. CHILDREN´S GAMES 10. EXTERNAL DINING AREAS 11. BATHROOMS / CLOTHING 12. SPORTS FIELDS 13. POOL

Pedestrian streets

Food area

Northwest access

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analysis high line park, new york city


Design Team. | Rodrigo YaĂąez | Valeria Segura | Jessica Gallardo |

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So be it the force of self construction, the force of common sense, or the force of nature, all these forces need to be translated into form, and waht that form is modelling or shaping is not cement, bricks or wood. It is life itself. Design´s power of synthesis is just an attemmpt to put at the innermost core of architecture the force of life. Alejandro Aravena

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social housing Casa Muyuguarda Mexico has a particular problem in terms of social housing. Architecture without architects is now a reality. More than 95% of the buildings have been built in an irregular settlements without any professional advice. For this reason, the University of Mexico has proposed a program of contribution to families living in marginal areas of the City, to offer architectural advice and design a better home that meets the following three characteristics: economic viability, use of local materials and quality in the livability.

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The main characteristic of the property is that it is shared with 3 other houses, so it is essential to have an entrance hall, thus limiting the width of the house to only 4 meters. As for the program, the family wants to have a commercial space, with independent access. Also they want to have a large living room where the 4 families can meet. The bedrooms will be on the upper level with the premise of giving privacy in the spaces due to the proximity of the house on one side. The house can be built in different stages according to the budget of the family. A -3stage follow-up is estimated. Use of materials without finishing, red brick, slabs and concrete beams, details in rod and aluminum.

LOW LIVABILITY

1ST STAGE

2ND STAGE

3RD STAGE

Lack of quality in the livability of spaces. Materials in walls and ceilings wore out probability of collapse. The building would be tear down.

Corridor for entrance to other homes, limits the dimensions of the width of the house, which is why the horizontal scheme in the first stage.

The construction of the following stage is estimated when the family can afford the expenses. It will have one more bedroom and a private living room.

The third stage takes into account one more room as well as the roftop terrace. Due to the proximity to the house on one side, we seek privacy through a latticework, and illuminating with skylights at the top.

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1. Commercial space 2. Living and dining room 3. Corridor access to the other houses 4. Private living room 5. Small bedroom 6. Big bedroom 7. Shower 8. Roftop terrace

04. Social housing - Casa Muyuguarda

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Xochimilco is a large natural area in Mexico City, however self-construction has deteriorated the image of the city, breaking down the social fabric. The proposal aims to accomplish the basic needs of the users, giving priority to the common sense and taking into account the economical resources.

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N.P.T. + 5.40

N.P.T. + 5.40

N.P.T. + 2.85

N.P.T. + 2.85

N.P.T. + O.OO

N.P.T. + O.OO

Inner facade

Section

The closeness with the people is a way to contribute to the improvement of the city. Nowadays the house has spaces with little day lighting, a strong wear of materials and minimal quality of livability however we try to evoke the current spaces to create pleasant atmospheres in the new house. 04. Social housing - Casa Muyuguarda

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