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Arq. David Alejandro Salinas Montoya

e-mail: davidsalinas.arq@gmail.com

telephone: (+52) 8127478481

Nuevo León, México.

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CURRICULUM VITAE SEMIYA

FIVS COMPETITION

SOCIAL HOUSING / TUTOR: JUAN CARLOS LOPEZ AMADOR

TELCHAC CENTER

ENEA COMPETITION (BY INVITATION) CULTURAL CENTER

RED SAND ASTRONOMY CENTER RETHINKING COMPETITION CULTURAL CENTER, RENOVATION

NATURALIA

ACADEMIC PROJECT MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

T-15

ACADEMIC PROJECT SKYSCRAPER, MIXED USE / TUTOR: ALEJANDRO RODRIGUEZ

REGENERACIÓN RÍO SANTA CATARINA LANDSCAPE COMPETITION

MASTER PLANNING, LANDSCAPE DESIGN

JEFFERSON PARK

SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRIL WORKSHOP FUTURE URBANISM

ROXBURY

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAM MASTER PLAN /| TUTOR: MATTHEW A. BLUETTTE

INNOVATION DISTRICT BCO COMPETITION MASTER PLAN

SASAKI INTERNSHIP August 2016 - June 2017

RECENT WORK 2018-2019


CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION

COMPETITIONS

Bachelor of Architecture

Evolo Skyscraper MESH Lisboa Open Room Rehabilitación del Tanque Obispado Red Sand Astronomy Center CEMEX-Tec FIVS Deportivo Ucali Student Biennial Multifamily Residential Student Biennial Public Spaces Paisajismo Infraestructura Verde Urban Challenge Cancun ENEA (By Invitation) FIVS BCO MASTER PLAN

Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education / 2012 - 2018 (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sirsa June 2018-2019 (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon)

Sasaki August 2016-June 2017 (Watertown, Massachusetts)

Distrito Tec October-December 2015 (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon)

ABROAD EXPERIENCE Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Chicago Complex Workshop / March 2015 (Chicago, Illinois)

Boston University Summer Program, Master Planning / June-August 2015 (Boston, Massachusetts)

LANGUAGES Spanish / Native English / Advanced, Work Environment

DIGITAL SKILLS Sketch Up Vray Autocad Phothoshop Illustrator InDesign Revit Architecture / MEP Lumion Rhino Grasshopper

AWARDS 2014

2015

Finalist 3rd Place 1st Place Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

2016 2018

1st Place Finalist 2nd Place

PUBLICATIONS Archdaily, Semiya Project / August 2015 Archdaily, ENEA competition / April 2016 Archdaily, Crece Project / Sept 2016

EXHIBITIONS Proyecta / August 2015 (Monterrey, Nuevo León) Museo Metropolitano Monterrey / October 2015 (Monterrey, Nuevo León) Laboratorio Alameda / March 2016 (Mexico city) ENEA / March 2016 (Mérida, Yucatán)

EXTRACIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES México Rural Social Service / February-May 2013 (Montemorelos, Nuevo León)

Boston Lenguage Institute Summer Program / June 2015 (Boston, Massachusetts)

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SEMIYA FIVS / STUDENT BIENNAL COMPETITION SOCIAL HOUSING

SITE: MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON TUTOR: JUAN CARLOS LOPEZ AMADOR AWARDS: 1st PlACE, HONORIFIC MENTION IN COLLABORATION WITH: Alejandro Velasco / Carlos Rosales / Carlos Torres / Karla Zelaya

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SEMIYA

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SEMIYA show us how to live with freedom, social interaction and environmental integration. The relationship between a private and public, and the sense of regionalism and belonging.

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Required massing

Volume adjustment

Interior circulation

Site integration


VIEW FROM “ARROYO SECO” RIVER

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MASTER PLAN

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VIEW FROM EUGENIO GARZA SADA AVENUE

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SUSTAINABILITY DIAGRAM

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MAIN HALL

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MORE THAN 100 POSSIBILITIES

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MAIN ENTRANCE

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S-01 27m2

Y-01 27m2

Y-02 36m2

Y-03 36m2

Y-04 36m2

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Y-06 APARTMENT

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Y-05 54m2

Y-06 54m2

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TELCHAC CENTER ENEA / NATIONAL COMPETITION BY INVITATION CULTURAL CENTER

SITE: MERIDA, YUCATAN AWARDS: 1st PlACE HELLO! My name is Enki, and I’m gonna tell you a story.

First of all, I was really impressed with the urban growth of Merida.

Because of migration, Merida city has more than the half of the population in Yucatan.

MIGRACIÓN MIGRATION

But it was so fast and in a short period of time, causing an uncontrolled growth.

We could believe that this growth brings only a positive environment.

What worries me the most are the younger generations. Because they are not interested in our traditions. I just got a new cellphone!

Unfortunately the society is forgetting their own traditions, and the respect and appreciation for the environment.

What can we do? We have to solve this!

Inequality the society Disinterest in the history Disinterest in the environment

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We need to save our city!

is the government's fault!

IGNORANCE

I know a place where we could do something ...

Desinterest in the culture

It is located on the coast, the place has a lot of potential.

But also, big problems.

I could not ask for a better place.

But what can we do in order to save Merida?

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Calm down everybody! it’s really easy to solve the situation, but we have to develop a project to change our way of thinking.

It’s simple, we juts have to develop knowledge.

how? with a museum?


No more museums. Now we have to prove that knowledge should not be locked!

I see, and that’s how we could generate knowledge through a path.

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We’ll call it Telchac Center”.

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Having a module with a simple structure, we can have a free plan with all kinds of opportunities

JALOUSIE -WOOD -BAMBOO

KEEP IT SIMPLE!

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OFICINAS SERVICIOS VIVERO

VENTA PLANTAS

POLIVALENTE 1m

SECTION A CORTE LONGITUDINAL “A”

SECTION B CORTE TRANSVERSAL “B”

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I. ÁREA DE RESCATE, PROPAGACIÓN Y VENTA 1. Laboratorios de propagación vegetativa y por semilla 2. Banco de semillas 3. Viveros de crecimiento 4. Viveros para plantas de rescate 5. Laboratorio de análisis de sustratos 6. Bodega de insumos (tierra, semillas, etc.) 7.Bodega de equipo, maquinaria y herramienta 8. Exhibidores para plantas en venta y mostrador 9.Oficina para contratar servicios de jardinería especializada II. ÁREA DE EDUCACIÓN AMBIENTAL E INVESTIGACIÓN 10. Estación de observación 11. Torre de observación y mirador para turistas 12. Jardín botánico con sendero interpretativo 13. Salón de usos múltiples: seminarios, galería, pláticas. 14. Almacén de materiales audiovisuales, sillas y mesas 16’. Núcleo de sanitarios secos y mingitorios libres de agua, con colector. III. ÁREA DE TURISMO DE BAJO IMPACTO 16. Albergue ecoturístico 16’. Servicios sanitarios secos y regaderas. 17. Muelle/sendero elevado de acceso a la playa 18. Área de administración y servicios

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12 IV. SERVICIOS GENERALES 19. Núcleo servicios generales 20. Regaderas con vestidor y sistema de recuperación de aguas grises para su posterior tratamiento 21. Comedor público con alimentos preparados por gente de la comunidad 22. Estacionamiento vehículos de servicio y visitantes 23. Garita de acceso 24.Tanque elevado de agua 25. Área de biodigestor + humedal 26. Área de composteo (residuos de jardines y de comedor) 50 27. Bodega de separación de residuos 5 28. Bodega de limpieza

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Let’s make a simple project which develops ecotourism!


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RED SAND ASTRONOMY CENTER RETHINKING COMPETITION CULTURAL CENTER, RENOVATION

SITE: ENGLAND AWARD: FINALIST 2015 IN COLLABORATION WITH: Alejandro Velasco / Carlos Rosales / Erick Lozano / Ricardo Campos “THE PAST, LIKE THE FUTURE IS INDEFINITE AND EXISTS ONLY AS A SPECTRUM OF POSSIBILITIES”. STEPHEN HAWKING REDSAND ASTRONOMY CENTER as the bridge between us and space, between the historical past and the technological future. The project adapts the existing structure, wrapping these with a permeable ring. The center is conceived as an integral system; society, economy and ecology. Waste doesn’t exist: the proposal maximizes its immadiate resources in order to produce by hydroponic gardens; food, drinkable water and environmental education.

Program 1. Historic tower 2. Museum 3. Main Hall 4. Agora 5. Port 6. Housing 7. Food court 8. Kitchen 9. Observatory 10. Planetarium 11. Ateliers RED SAND 1943

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NATURALIA ACADEMIC PROJECT MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT SITE: MONTERREY

The project is located in Valle Poniente, an area with great potential for development. By having the privilege of great views throught the mountain, Naturalia becomes a new icon of mixed use for the city of Monterrey. With a first floor dedicated to retail, a second floor of coworking, and towers of coliving, Naturalia change the paradigm of how to make a community.

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T-15 ACADEMIC PROJECT SKYSCRAPER MIXED USE COMPLEX

SITE: SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCIA, N.L, MEXICO TUTOR: ALEJANDRO RODRIGUEZ IN COLLABORATION WITH: Carlos Torres / Viridiana Negrete The T-15 is an iconic skyscraper planned to be the tallest in Latin America and a national landmark. This project will host commercial and residential areas that would greatly benefit the people of Monterrey as well as tourists that visit from abroad. 
 The building is to be located in Valle Oriente, the most important financial center of northern Mexico. Furthermore, there will also be a significant number of parks and places to walk and enjoy the natural beauty of the region. This project would satisfy the need of urban development and serve as a solid symbol of progress and hard work that distinguish the industrial city of Monterrey

FINAL ITERATION 15° ROTATION

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WHY 15° ROTATION?

T-15

REGULAR BUILDING

SHADOW ANALYSIS

SUN REFLECTION

WIND ANALYSIS

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HOTEL FLOOR PLAN

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REGENERACION RIO SANTA CATARINA LANDSCAPE COMPETITION MASTER PLANNING, LANDSCAPE

SITE: MONTERREY, N.L, MEXICO IN COLLABORATION WITH: Alejandro Velasco / Carlos Rosales

The project develops a regeneration for the Santa Catarina River. While at the same time creates a new system of connection with the urban context. Also, the master plan proposes a linear park, urban equipment, facilities for formal and informal trade, community centers, among other programs. The river then becomes the main axis of Monterrey, a place for meeting, a place which encourage the relation with the nature by recovering the values of sustainability: social, economic and environmental that once used to exist.

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JEFFERSON PARK SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRIL WORKSHOP FUTURE URBANISM

SITE: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS IN COLLABORATION WITH: Carlos Torres / Connor Walker

How Jefferson Park will look like in 100 years? In 100 years the car will no longer be the main transportation system around the urban areas.That’s why new and more efficient transportation means may connect much larger areas around and throughout the city. For example, a high-speed train with dividing-compartments that carry people may be ten times more energy efficient than the traditional combustion engine units that we drive today. Such a rail system is shown in the figure with white-dotted-lines. The streets of the past would become obsolete overnight. It is proposed here that those unused streets may be transformed into green and healthy environments for the people to enjoy.

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ROXBURY BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAM MASTER PLANNING

SITE: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS TUTOR: MATTHEW A. BLUETTE

WHY ROXBURY? As a foreign student it was really difficult to choose a site. I decided to interview 10 random people. I asked them the same question: “Is there any place in Boston where you feel unsafe?” Here are the answers: 1. “I would never go to Roxbury”. 2. “Well... I think Boston is a safe city, but there are some places like Roxbury where people are really afraid to go”. 3. “If you turn on the television you will see only bad news about Roxbury, I would not go there”. 4. “I assume that most of the people told you about this neighborhood called Roxbury...” 5. “Roxbury... is really sad because I used to live there, It used to be a beautiful neighborhood, but now is really different”. 6. “Oh... I think Dorchester and Roxbury”. 7. “The areas with the most crime in all Boston is Roxbury and Mattapan”. 8. “Sometimes I have to take the orange line at night, and I don’t feel really safe”. 9. “I usually have to drive in Roxbury at night, I always feel unsafe”. 10. “Dudley, is really dangerous at night, I would never walk in this place”.

“It does not matter what time, people can not even come outside their house” Mayor Walsh

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ZONE A Upper-middle income Jobs

How do the people go to work/school?

Service

29%

Clerical/Assistant

18.8%Â

Professional occupations

41.3%

Laborer occupation

10.9%

31.5% have earned an advanced degree.

41.2%

26.6%

16.1%

16.1%

ZONE B Lower-middle income Jobs

How do the people go to work/school?

Service

35.8%

Clerical/Assistant

24.4%Â

Professional occupations

21.9%

Laborer occupation

17.9%

40% of the households speak another language as their first language.

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18.4%

14.8%

19.2%

ZONE C Low income Jobs

How do the people go to work/school?

Service

35.9%

Clerical/Assistant

23.5%

Professional occupations

22.1%

Laborer occupation

18.5%

One in five households are run by single mothers.

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WHAT IS GOING IN ROXBURY? People are concerned about the situation. You can not walk in the streets at night, it’s a rule that the people of Roxbury know well. By having an unsafe enviroment, all the houses and buildings have developed a system of protection. If you walk on the main streets of Roxbury, the only thing that you will see are walls and fences. Even the public buildings are designed as a “bunker”, how would the people feel if even their own buildings are afriad of the enviroment?... Crime has made a state of low investment for the entire neighborhood. Nobody wants to built a restaurant, an office, or any other building that could create jobs. For this reason employment is difficult in Roxbury. Most of the people in this neighborhood work in downtown of Boston). If you walk on Blue Hill Avenue, or on Warren Street, you will notice that there are empty lots, and abandoned buildings.

“Seven years ago, we were having a horrible gang war, all of these groups were fighting each other for the control of the territory. But the government cleaned up all the streets. Right now there are no gangs anymore, but there are a lot of teenagers who are committing crimes.” Mario, 18 years old

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ROXBURY POTENTIAL FOR CHANGE All the inhabitants have a strong sense of community among. There is a huge amount of religious buildings around all the neighborhood. There is an important movement right now of developing community gardens. There is a controversial discussion whether the graffitti is considered an urban art. In my opinion, it is. There is a lot of positive examples of young people leaving a life of crime in order to create art. Roxbury has parks, has infrastucture to create a walkable neighborhood, and has the talent of the people to make this neighborhood a green and cultural city. A new police deparment has been built in Roxbury, which provide more space for the 200 policemen who work at the station serving Roxbury, which in recent years has been the city’s busiest police district.

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CURRENT SITUATION

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MASTER PLAN

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URBAN ART PAVILLION

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INNOVATION DISTRICT NATIONAL COMPETITION MASTER PLANNING

SITE: MONTERREY TUTOR: RENA PORSEN AWARD: 2nd Place IN COLLABORATION WITH: Angelica Varela / Martin Martinez / Ricardo Gonzalez

The main goal of the master plan in colonia obrera is not only increasing the density, but give a new sense and objective to the city of monterrey. what is going to be the colonia obrera for monterrey? for mexico? for the world? monterrey is in a transitional lapse of being only an industrial city, to be a strategic point of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship for the world. we define colonia obrera with great potential to be the new innovation district in monterrey. the factors for which we consider this is due to the close public transportation system, a solid urban infrastructure, abundant quantity of warehouses and industries that could provide support to the new businesses, considerable nearby with universities, and lots of landfills with a great development potential. la colonia obrera will be the new icon of innovation, a milestone for the exchange.

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SASAKI INTERNSHIP

August 2016 - June 2017

ROLE: CONCEPTUAL DESIGN / 3D MODELING ARCHITECTURE / DIAGRAMS / MASSING

During my internship at Sasaki I had the opportunity to work on projects around the world, especially China, United States, Mexico and Dubai. I had to work on 3d models, making massing and diagrams. I am showing you some images of projects in which I had to develop the architecture. The best learning I have is working in multidisciplinary teams, made by people from different backgrounds and nationalities.

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RECENT WORK 2018-2019

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HOSPITAL PROJECT

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RECENT WORK

JUNE 2018- MARCH 2019

MASTER PLAN

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MIX USE BUILDING

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RECENT WORK

JUNE 2018- MARCH 2019

OFFICE BUILDING

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