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Sandra GarcĂ­a Bornholt Architecture Portfolio


Sandra GarcĂ­a Bornholt sandragarciab@gmail.com +34609319021 https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandra-garcia-bornholt-63a19a195/

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skidmore,Owings and Merrill, New York

SKILLS: 04-03-2019 to 14-06-2019

Developed advanced drawing skills in Autocad and Rhino.

Shigeru Ban Architects, Paris

04-03-2018 to 27-07-2018

Model making with special attention to wood work.

Lighthub Studio, Madrid

01-06-2017 to 05-08-2017

3D Visualization with 3D Max and V-ray

Brown Ledge Camp, Vermont

20-06-2014 to 20-08-2014

Technical Skills:

Model Making skills:

AutoCAD Rhinoceros Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign 3D Max + Vray Enscape

Laser cutter CNC 3D printer Wood working tools

Junior counselor program for two consecutive years.

Artistic Skills: Watercolor Oil + spatula

EDUCATION:

LANGUAGES:

IE University. 4th year Bachelor in architecture and design. Kensington School Madrid. Spanish Bachillerato

Spanish: Native language English: Bilingual. Cambridge proficiency level. French: Advanced. DELF B2.

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION Illustrator Course 100h, Trazos, Madrid, 2016 Photoshop Course 100h, Trazos in Madrid, 2016 Painting Course in Academia Espacio Arte, Segovia 2017-2019 Painting Course in Escuela de Arte ZĂ­jara, Madrid 2011-2016

ACHIEVEMENTS: IE Design Excellence Award 2017 IE Design Excellence Award 2018 IE Design Excellence Award 2019

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ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS MENA and Culinary center Adapting to the existing

Adrenaline Park Repurposing the existing

Lavapies Gallery Enhancing the existing

Second Facade Completing the existing

Museu du Carnaval Connecting the existing

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PAINTINGS MODELS 4


ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS

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MENA + CULINARY CENTER Adapting to the exisiting. Madrid, Spain 2019

The MENA (Unaccompanied foreign minors) residential and culinary center is integrated into the neighborhood of Madrid. The design completes the existing urban fabric by adding 5 residential units at the end of the existing buildings and integrating a culinary formation center in the empty slot. This space represents the openess and inclusivity of the MENA community and is designed to serve the neighborhood through a communal lunch room and community spaces.

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Culinary center axonometric 9


Culinary Center MENA Residences

Site Plan

MENA Residences

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ADRENALINE PARK Repurposing the existing Madrid, Spain 2018

The Skateboarding park in Madrid has been designed by reusing the slopes and curves of the abandoned futbol stadium of Vicente Calderon. This organic structure is elevated as to allow for the continuation of Madrid rio underneath, and where the two programs meet, spaces for leisure, a library and an exhibition center are created. This park reactivates this sport center and connects both sides

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1. Controled environment for vertical farming 2. Exterior vertical farming 3. Panels to control green house effect 4. Entrances 5. Madrid Rio continuation 6. Library 7. Information center 8. Space for meeting 9. People 10. Circulation passage to connect to park

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Cross Section


LAVAPIES GALLERY Enhancing the existing Madrid, Spain 2017

A temporary gallery designed to be situated in Plaza del Meson de las Paredes in front of the Corrala, which is a Spanish National Monument, during the month of November. The thin vertical structure, designed to act as the missing wall of the corrala, navigates the spectators through a system of ramps that gradualy showcases the monument and leads to four different exhibition boxes.

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Front elevation

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Back elevation


Roof plan

Permeability

Exhibition rooms

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SECOND FACADE Madrid, Spain 2017

The Gallery of Lavapies is transformed into a permanent structure by becoming the new filter between the exterior and the Corrala. Continuing the system of ramps, they now connect the different residential floors and provide spaces for activity and leisure that serve the Corrala residents. This new filter provides privacy whislt still maintaining the circulation of ventilation and allowing for natural light. The main central box acts as a view and information point for the complex.

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Hand drawn front section

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Hand drawn cross section


Hand drawn front elevation

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MUSEU DU CARNAVAL Copacabana, Brazil 2018

The Museu du Carnaval is located at the end of the Copacabana beach and acts as a connector between the beach and the pedestrian walkway on the peninsula by continuing the Burle Marx floor design and integrating it into the building. The museum also uses 3 platforms inclinated differenlty emphasize the two views on each side of the peninsula and connecting visualy the currently separated sides of Copacabana.

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EXHIBITION ROOM-WALL ART

EXHIBITION ROOM-WALL ART

2nd FLOOR

3rd FLOOR

CAFETERIA/EVENTS

MAIN HALL

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION ROOM LARGE PIECES

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SCULPTURE GARDEN

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MUSEUM SHOP RESTAURANT

1st FLOOR ENTRANCE KITCHEN

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First Floor

BATHROOMS

ADMINISTRATION OFFICES

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Side elevation

Front elevation

Axonometric

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PAINTINGS

Venus, pencil drawing. 2018 27


Oil on Canvas with spatula 2019 28


Perspective pencil on paper 2016 29


Illustration at SOM office 2019 29


MODELS

Wood Veneer model at Shigeru Ban, 2018 32


Wood model case study 2018 34


3D and Foam model at Shigeru Ban 2018 35


Sandra GarcĂ­a Bornholt sandragarciab@gmail.com +34609319021 https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandra-garcia-bornholt-63a19a195/

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