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Sara Contreras Escribano

Portfolio architecture selected works 2009|2015


CV nombre CONTRERAS ESCRIBANO, Sara dirección c/O’Donnell 6 28009, Madrid, España nacimiento

15 Diciembre1991

nacionalidad Española teléfono

0034 647 169 103

e-mail sarapsara15@gmail.com

formación académica 2015-2009

perfil personal: Soy una arquitecta creativa, ingeniosa y diligente, capaz de trabajar en equipo y también de manera independiente. Además de ser comprometida y responsable, soy una persona proactiva y estoy habituada a desenvolverme bajo condiciones de estrés, manteniendo mi precisión y entusiasmo. Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (E.T.S.A.M)

2015-2013 Diseño web - WordPress|E.T.S.A.M (30 h) Adobe Illustrator CS6|E.T.S.A.M (30 h) Adobe Photoshop CS6 Avanzado|E.T.S.A.M (30 h) Archicad |E.T.S.A.M (30 h) 2013-2012 École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais 4º curso|ERASMUS Programa Internacional de Intercambio Junio 2009 Nota de acceso a la Universidad: 9.36/10 2002-1997

Ballet en el Centro de Danza Victor Ullate

2000-1997

Estudios de arte en la Escuela de Artes Decorativas de Madrid

2009-1994

Colegio Montealto, Madrid| Matrícula de honor (10)

Junio 2015

PFestC| Selección de los mejores PFCs| ETSAM

Mayo 2015

Proyecto Final de Carrera (PFC)| Matrícula de honor (10)

Abril 2015

XXV Concurso Ibérico Soluciones Constructivas PLADUR | Áccesit

2013-2012

Beca ERASMUS

2009

Beca de Excelencia de la Comunidad de Madrid

logros

2008 VII Fórum de la Universidad de Navarra para promover la inversión en África| Mención 2005

Concurso de tarjetas navideñas del Ayuntamiento de Madrid | 1er premio

2005

45ª edición del Concurso Nacional de Redacción de Coca-Cola | 5º premio

1997/2000/ 2004/2005/2007

Concurso escolar de tarjetas navideñas |1er premio

2011-2009

Fundación Pablo Horstmann| entretenimiento de niños enfermos, Hospital La Paz

voluntariado

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experiencia profesional / publicaciones / workshops EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL/ PUBLICACIONES/ WORKSHOPS

Junio 2014 Verano 2013 Junio 2013 Mayo 2013 Nov. 2012 competencias

Mayo 2011

115 días|Publicación académica de los mejores proyectos E.T.S.A.M. (prim. 2014)

Junio 2014

Revista 150 días| Publicación académica de los mejores proyectos E.T.S.A.M.

Verano 2013

Atelier [BP] Architecture, París| prácticas

Atelier [BP] Architectures, París| Prácticas

Exposición de proyectos para un nuevo puente en el ZAC Clichy-Batignolles| École des de un Paris Junio 2013 Nationale Supérieure Exposición deBeaux-arts proyectos para nuevo puente en el ZAC Clichy-Batignolles| École Nationale Superiéure des Beaux-arts de París Workshop BELLASTOCK de arquitectura experimental «Greenwashing»| ciudad efímera| arquitectura y naturaleza|París Mayo 2013 Workshop BELLASTOCK de arquitectura experimental «Greenwashing»| ciudad efímera| arquitectura y naturaleza| París Workshop en la Escuela de Arquitectura de Chandigarh|Clément Blanchet|India (2 weeks) Nov. 2012 Workshop

en la Bartlett SchoolenoflaArchitecture | Izaskun Inglaterra Workshop Escuela de Arquitectura deChinchilla|Londres, Chandigarh| India

Mayo 2011

Dibujo Competencias informáticas

Competencias sociales idiomas

Workshop en la Bartlett School of Architecture | Izaskun Chinchilla| Londres, Inglaterra

Dibujo a mano alzada, diseño 2D y 3D, renderizado, imagen y maquetación. PC y Mac COMPETENCIAS

Diseño 2D AutoCAD 2015 Dibujo a mano alzada, diseño 2D y 3D,Up|ArchiCAD renderizado, imagen y maquetación. Diseño 3D Rhinoceros (V-Ray)|Sketch 17|Laser cut Imagen Adobe Photoshop CC|Adobe Illustrator CC PC y Mac Competencias Vídeo AutoCAD Adobe 2015Premiere Pro CC Informáticas Presentación Adobe Adobe InDesign Photoshop CS6 CC IllustratorOffice CS6 Infomática Adobe Microsoft Adobe Premiere Diseño web WordPress Pro 4.2CS5.5 Rhinoceros 5 Cálculo estructural SAP 2000 Dibujo

Microsoft Office

Organizadora, buena comunicadora, negociadora, colaboradora, líder y motivadora.

Competencias sociales

Organizadora, buena comunicadora, negociadora, colaboradora, líder, motivada y entusiasta.

Idiomas Comprensión Oída

Expresión oral Leída

Interacción oral

Producción oral

Expresión escrita

Inglés Inglés

C2 Competente

C2 Competente

C2 Competente

C2 Competente

C2 Competente

Francés Francés

C1 Competente

B2 Intermedio alto

C1 Competente

C1 Competente

B2 Intermedio alto

Alemán Alemán

A1 Básico

A2 Básico

A2 Básico

A2 Básico

A2 Básico

(*) Common European Framework of Reference (CEF) level

hobbies / intereses

2015-2012

Feb-Jul|Madrid 2012 Institut Français | Madrid Institut Français

2009-2005

British Council |Madrid 2009-2005

2008

CAE (Certificate English) in Advanced English) 2008 in Advanced CAE (Certificate

Julio 2008

Programa intensivo de inglés|EF, Long Beach, EEUU

2006

FCE (First Certificate of English)

Julio 2006

Programa intensivo de inglés| FLS International, Boston, EEUU

2004/2005

Julio 2006 de inglés Programa de (verano) inglés | FLS International, Boston, EEUU Programa intensivo paraintensivo jóvenes Anglo-Continental School, Bournemouth, Inglaterra 2004/2005 Programa intensivo de inglés para jóvenes |Anglo-Continental, Bournemouth, UK

British Council |Madrid

Julio 2008

Programa intensivo de inglés | EF, Long Beach, EEUU

2006

FCE (First Certificate of English)

INTERESES

teatro|cine|arte|fotografía|viajar teatro|cine|arte|fotografía|viajar |3­


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Contents


Battersea Power Station|London

Centre of interpretation for the ruins|Guardamar

final project| public|scenario

public |research |landscape |ephemeral

with honors (10MH)| issuu video: PFC

mark: 7/10

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6 Cortijo del fraile|Almeria

Sports and emergency centre|Navacerrada

agriculture|landscape|restoration

public |sports |landscape

PLADUR competition: Áccesit

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mark: 7,5/10

40 Øya Music Festival |Oslo

Urban agriculture in rooftops|Madrid

public|ephemeral

miscellaneous |sustainability|density mark: 7,5/10 video: P3 | P3.1

120 HOURS competition

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44 Ahijones Urban planning|Madrid

Drawing|Sketch

residential|landscape|public space

nude|paysage|Paris

mark: 9/10

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20 Footbridge SCALELAB|Paris

Photography

public|landscape |construction

amateur

mark: 17.5/20

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--Urban planning |Chandigarh 2035 residential |landscape |density mark: 20/20

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Videos |2010-2015 PFC | P3 | P3.1 | P2 | P1 Adobe PremierePro|iMovie

Public|Urban|Residential|Miscellaneous|Analysis|Construction|Photography|Design

* menú interactivo

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Pu DEUS EX MACHINA

Battersea Power Station

semester

fall 2014 - spring 2015

course

Final Project (PFC) qualified with honors (10)

duration

9 months

professor

Luis Pancorbo |Aula PFC Mª José Aranguren

location

Battersea Power Station|London, England

Looking

ahead,

more

and

more,

buildings

must

be

01

capable

of

adapting to any situation, to any scene. This is the case of the Battersea, survivor throughout the years, as a landmark for London and that seeks to reinvent now with a new use, a dream’s factory.

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ground level | technical floor

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longitudinal section|possible scenarios

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possible scenarios 01_ Exposición de aviación 02_ Instalación “The Weather Project”- Olafur Eliasson 03_ Simultaneidad de espectáculos/ Festival 04_ Instalación “In Orbit”- Tomás Saraceno 05_ Plató de rodaje/ Museo del cine

01

02

03

04

05

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cross section|roof floor|ambiance Everything is flexible: light, sound and space perception. One might arrive to this great space and find it empty, overwhelming by its size, and then observe the white traces marked on the ground, which, as in a great theatre, speak of what can actually happen there. Then, looking up, he would perceive volumes, objects, walkways and natural light flows, everything diffuse and complex, two opposite worlds, that of the spectator and 50 meters above, that of stage manufacturers capable of imagining, surprising, and transforming into a unique place the Battersea Power Station.

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axonometric view| main elements scheme | construction

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Mi Unruinit Center for agricultural and landscape development

02

semester

spring 2015

competition

25th Iberian Competition for PLADUR building solutions

award

Áccesit local

team

Elisa Rodríguez - Reyes Sánchez

location

Ruins of the Cortijo del fraile, Almeria, Spain

Placed in the middle of the Nature reserve of Cabo de Gata, this country house built in the 18th century has provided the setting for numerous films as “The good, the bad and the ugly“. The intervention for the center of agricultural and landscape development tries to take advantage of the ruins of the cortijo, respecting its current condition. A platform goes through the new uses generating squares between them. The etfe parasols, emulating the plastic sea of Almeria protect the areas that have lost the original cover. Finally, the boxes adapt to the specific requirements of certain uses, modular and easily detachable, designed incorporating pladur system.

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intervention plan|sections|ambiance

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construction|inside ambiance

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Pu Øya Music Festival

Meeting point and beacon

semester

spring 2014

competition

120 HOURS

team

Ángel Maestro - Elisa Marcos - Reyes Sánchez

location

Tøyenparken, Oslo, Norway

The

box

festival animals

has

view

been points,

generate

opened. and around

as

Its

light

smaller them

03

glimpses

from

all

elements

the

released

fleeting

nice

the

meetings.

It is a dynamic experience, which proposes, not one, but several meeting points, as clearly identifiable icons, in order to avoid large gatherings at the same place and also to cover the festival’s different stage areas. A solution of easy assembly and dismantling, using local materials and with a view to re-use, ultimately, an enriching complement for the Tøyenparken.

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festival plan |elevations

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Ur Smart Fields Forever

PAU, a city from nowhere

semester

fall 2013

course

design VIII

duration

16 weeks

professor

JM. Lapuerta- AR. Barbarín- M. Ocaña- V. Acebo

location

Ahijones|Madrid, Spain

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The south-east’s strategy sought to broaden Madrid’s extension by promoting repetitive dwelings without any character as part of an Urban Development Activity Programme (PAU). With the economic crisis these areas were abandoned, remaining useless even for their prior agrarian use. What if there was a better future? How should it be a city in the middle of nowhere? The city arises as an island, away from Madrid, disconnected and bounded by major infrastructures. The solution is to reinforce the isolation, thinking a self-sufficient city, surrounded by nature and structured around the PAU’s connecting axis, which is buried to generate a great linear square, urban heart for the city. Nevertheless, the city is not exclusively urban but an alive conviviality between rural and urban landscape. Once raised the scheme of the city in bands, focus lays on the transition from rural areas to the purest urban ones across public space defined by the building’s mass.

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general scheme |ambiance

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sections|eclecticism|ambiance Eclecticism, a city without age The buildings come down differently, have different materiality according to use and participation from outer space. Public space gives coherence to this entropy. Longitudinally, a plinth sews buildings in the urban core and comes gradually unstitched towards the exterior landscape, its materiality, height and surface vary depending on the public space that buildings themselves provide to the street: entrances, squares, stores, street’s connections... Controlling that way flows and offering different perceptions: sound, visual and touch. On a larger scale, the city is crossed by interstitial paths through which rural landscape spreads across the city and ‘contaminates’ it with other uses: parks, rooftop greenhouses, vegetable façades...

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city plan|street view

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Pu Footbridge SCALELAB semester

spring 2013

course

design VII

duration

16 weeks

professor

M. Malinowsky - S. Mémet - R. Leroy - L. Couton

location

Paris, France

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Located on the northwest of Paris, close to the Gare de Saint Lazare, and on the occasion of the development of a new urban area, arises the need to project a footbridge that would reconnect two neighbourhoods isolated until then by the train tracks space. The new footbridge attempts to revitalize this union and proposes a path’s dissociation offering, not only a fluid and direct access to the residential and business complex, but also a promenade that leads to the new planned park, which will become a new green lung for the city. This way, the project stretches up to the park to offer a direct link between park and city that takes advantage of this new privileged equipment for the area. The walkway is influenced by three local elements: the railway, the road and the new park projected together with the residential set. These, they are translated into three different perceptive sequences in the project’s conception, from more protected, over de rail tracks, to free and open, on its arrival to the park.

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site influences: city - ZAC - park

sequences

acces disociation

perceptions

strong urban landmark

park’s extension

50m

175m

125m

Rayon de courbure : 210m

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construction details

1

railways|open module

2

3

railways|covered module

1

2

park| open module

A

A’

3.00 0.00

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global structure | construction The construction is based on suspension bridge system on two of three parts of the deck. Along with the belvedere, on the park’s side, the bridge’s mast reveals the desire to create a strong urban landmark. The bridge is regulated by a system of identical structural brackets/consoles, oriented according to the bending radius of the bridge. The whole structure is tensioned by three foot-articulated masts.

SECTION AA’

structural performance sketches|sustenance and torsion effort

final solution

3

8.95

0.30 -1.30

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sequences|perception|ambiance The footbridge is divided following two different typologies over the railways. One, at a lower level, is conceived as a link sheltered from inclement weather and pollution and nuisances related with trains, offering a landscape perception punctuated by steel strips that obstruct or reveal environmental views. On the other hand, higher above the rails, the user takes the park’s leading path with the desire of enjoying directly a clear opened view.

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global model 1:200|detail 1:50

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Ur Chandigarh 2035 Projects for the growth of the city

06

semester

fall 2012

course

design VI

duration

16 weeks

professor

Clément Blanchet [Director OMA France] - Thierry Mandoul

location

Chandigarh, India

Chandigarh, the “City Beautiful” of Le Corbusier, was initially planned for

150.000

inhabitants,

the

director

scheme

was

conceived

to

confront an expansion and to come up to 400.000 inhabitants. Today, Chandigarh reaches 600-650.000 inhabitants and at least a fifth part is in a more or less irregular situation in the vis-à-vis of the urban plan. The sector 19 is an exceptional opportunity to combine patrimony preservation with new architecture, as it’s clasified as one of the “heritage zones“ (HZ-8), there are 736 houses and equipments designed by P. Jeanneret, J. Drew and E.M. Fry. The different housing sets appear like allotements of different size, configuration and density, distributed heterogeneously, enriching the whole sector. The project aims to redefine the patrimony of the sector, to re-qualify the lots, intervening only in those which show a problem or interest, to densify them, nurturing the heterogeneity of the sector.

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city analysis|location

conceptual model

water flux

routes |sectorization

intensity of green areas

the 19th sector

the 19th sector|site

density

heights|sector’s profile

patrimony|heritage zones

public green areas

private green|vacant plots

green areas

green network

heritage zone HZ-8|patrimony

allotments|patrimony

new residential areas|relation with patrimony

insertion in the sector

process diagrams

paths|roads

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housing scheme The considered ingredients are therefore: - the sector’s heritage/patrimony - the heterogeneity of building typologies - the quantity and quality of green spaces - the located densities

allotment 1: miroir|mirror

allotment 2: encadrement|frame

Refers to a “patrimonial lot”: - Less dense typology, housing plots of 550m2 and 90m2 houses, in wich the garden surrounds the house. - The new scheme is opposite, the mass surrounds space. In addition, it includes several heights housind. - A green axis divides the site to connect the “green corridor” with the most remote areas.

- Around a heritage building: the engineers building who designed the city, conceived as a temporary work, it has been preserved due to its historical value but now it lacks function. - Surrounding the building, there are lots that were not built due to lack of financial means. All this facts give a huge densification potential to this area. - Assigning a new function to this unique building, it is revitalized to the whole contiguous zone, a new cultural equipment for all the inhabitants, a medialibrary or a library.

allotment 3: liaison|link - A linear strip - Connects large green spaces to the rest of the subsector, devoid of them. (cheap village) - Densification strategy: “opposites”, when there is mass on one side on the other there is a building less height or empty space. - Also new parkings will be created, enabling spaces used as such, to liberate green spaces.

allotment 4: emboîtement|fitting - Within the heritage/patrimony - Block pill around courtyards that can be traversed by pedestrians to facilitate the access, not only to this new wealth, but also to green areas.

miroir

land occupation scheme: before-empty-after

A

site plan|flux

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section AA’

patrimonial reference|house type 9-D

A’

air sight|insertion


Land use miroir|mirror

liaison|link

encadrement|frame

emboîtement|fitting

surface: 2,03 ha usages du sol avant: _habitations: 0,529 ha _jardins privés: 0,706 ha _j. publics occupés: 0,14 ha _espace pubic: 0,65 ha _vert: 0,387 ha _rues: 0,263 ha usages du sol après: _habitations: 0,894 ha _cours semi-privés: 0,58 ha _espace pubic: 0,554 ha _vert: 0,366 ha _rues: 0,414 ha coefficient d’occupation du sol: _avant: 0,24 _aprés: 0,44 nombre d’habitations: _avant: 22 _après: 203 surface du logement: _avant: 12,5*15,5= 193,75 m2 15*15= 225 m2 17*18= 306 m2 _après: 10*8= 80 m2 8*14= 112 m2

surface: 5,41 ha usages du sol avant: _habitations: 2,19 ha _jardins privés: 1,50 ha _espace pubic: 1,723 ha _vert: 0,68 ha _rues: 1,043 ha usages du sol après: _habitations: 1,622 ha _jardins privés: 0,80 ha _espace pubic: 2,79 ha _vert: 1,426 ha _rues: 1,365 ha _parking: 0,2 ha coefficient d’occupation du sol: _avant: 0,40 _après: 0,30 nombre d’habitations: _avant: 84 _après: 375 surface du logement: _avant: 15*17= 255 m2 _après: 12*8= 96 m2

surface: 4,27 ha usages du sol avant: _habitations: 0,636 ha _jardins privés: 0,47 ha _equipements: 0,45 ha _espace non batî: 0,99 ha _espace pubic: 1,727 ha _vert: 0,762 ha _rues: 0,965 ha usages du sol après: _habitations: 0,867 ha _cours semi-privés: 0,59 ha _equipements: 0,45 ha _espace pubic: 2,252 ha _vert: 1,51 ha _rues: 0,742 ha coefficient d’occupation du sol: _avant: 0,25 _après: 0,31 nombre d’habitations: _avant: 30 _après: 300 surface du logement: _avant: 15*16= 240 m2 15*20= 300 m2 10*12= 120 m2 _après:(1 module) _110 m2(*2) _84 m2 _70 m2 (*2) _126 m2

surface: 1,70 ha usages du sol avant: _habitations: 0,533 ha _jardins privés: 0,597 ha _espace pubic: 0,57 ha _vert: 0,27 ha _rues: 0,3 ha usages du sol après: _habitations: 1,017 ha _cours semi-privés: 0,355 ha _espace pubic: 0,33 ha _rues: 0,33 ha coefficient d’occupation du sol: _avant: 0,313 _après: 0,597 nombre d’habitations: _avant: 62 _après: 316 surface du logement: _avant: 9*9,5= 86 m2 _après: 9,5*8= 76 m2 10,5*8= 84 m2 11,5*8= 92 m2

encadrement

land occupation scheme: before-empty-after

site plan|flux|housing type

air sight|insertion

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liaison

land occupation scheme: before-empty-after

site plan|flux

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air sight|insertion


emboîtement

land occupation scheme: before-empty-after

site plan|flux

B’

B housing type

section BB’

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Pu Centre of interpretation for the ruins,Guardamar semester

spring 2012

course

design V

duration

16 weeks

professor

V. Berriochoa - V. Olmos - F. Ruiz Bernal

location

Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

07

On the occasion of the recent discovery of ruins that belong the Rabita Caliphate (Xth century) and the Phoenician city of Fonteta (VIII century BC to VI) in Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, the project proposes a center for visitors’ reception and interpretation of the ruins. These archaeological remains are located in an area of great landscape value, and currently belong to a natural protected environment, bounded by the mouth of the Segura river on the north, by the town of Guardamar itself west, and the Mediterranean sea on the east. The project is located on both sides of the path as an ephemeral structure that hosts museological, storage, research and management functions. The scaffolding structure reinforces

the

temporary

character

and

respects

the

immediate

environment, as it merges with the surrounding pine forest landscape.

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schemas|volumetry

construction system Aluminium module of 3x3m. Pieces are articulated by a ball-and-socket joint, which allows to connect infinite modules, achieving this way a silhouette adapted to site and functions.

Volumetric scheme of uses

site implementation

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Pu Sports and emergency centre semester

fall 2011

course

design IV

duration

10 weeks

professor

J. Frechilla - J.M. L贸pez Pel谩ez

location

Navacerrada, Madrid, Spain

08

Located in the north mountain range of Madrid, Navacerrada, this building had to give an extremely sensitive response to the surrounding landscape. This scenery is known for its dense pine forests and the mantle of snow that covers everything during the winter season. The brief was complex as it had to combine a variety of uses including sports, sanitary and public features that necessarily required separated spaces. The result was conceived from the outside as a single volume. The slope of the mountains inspired its roof shape, redrawing their sinuous profile, creating on the whole a sculpture. Designed to appear solid during the day, when illuminated at night, the building gives the appearance of a floating blade leaning on slender pillars. The stereo metallic structure gives lightness to such a big building. It has an east-west orientation to take advantage of the incline of the mountain appearing half buried hiding the real dimension. The building also provides natural illumination through the full-height glazed facades that sieve light with louvres.

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access|plan

3 upper floor|public use

There are two different entrances. The first one links the building with the main road through a broad sculpted concrete stair that gives access to the hockey ring. This stair ends bellow the inclined tiers that provide catering for up to 2,000 spectators. The other access, located at the north boundary of the building, sends a promenade footbridge to the forest. There is also a secondary road that gives direct access to ambulances communicating the main road with the sanitary services.

3 2

- lobby - viewing-point for the painters - the painters’ coffee

2 second floor|public use

- kitchen and storehouse - restaurant - terrace - toilets - multipurpose store - sports’ store - fine arts store - office and meeting room

1 first floor|healthcare use

1 0

- ambulance parking - admission| administration - pharmacy - waiting room - toilets - infirmary consults - medical consults - observation - plasters’ room - x-ray room - treatment room - file room - staff rest area - staff toilets

- entrance hall - hockey and curling rink - grandstand seats - ticket offices - changng room - locker and footwear change - sports equipment rentals - surface smoothing machine’s depot - storage - technical room|installations 0 ground floor|access| sports use

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side elevation

inner space Inside, while the hockey ring occupies a full height volume, the other uses pile up in different levels creating stepped terraces with views over the ring. On the lower level are located storage and renting functions and also changing rooms. On the first level sanitary uses to supply the sports centre, the nearest ski slopes and Navacerrada’s village needs. The upper levels include public and social facilities like restaurants, shops and spaces for artists to paint the landscape. These uses will be mainly boxes to allow a unique flowing dynamic space to make easier circulations. The connections between these levels will be through stairs while a zigzag ramp links the higher level with the sports one offering unrivalled views out to the white rugged landscape.

longitudinal section

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front elevation

cross section AA’ | BB’

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Mi

09

Urban agriculture in rooftops semester

spring 2011

course

design III

duration

9 weeks

professor

Izaskun Chinchilla|Group of design experimentation

location

Madrid

The project’s brief demanded the design of a self-sufficient community, the pattern activity chosen for the project’s development is urban agriculture. In cities determined by an excessive population concentration and urban growth, projects like the green roofs and urban gardens are

being

consolidated

as

leisure

and

ecological

alternatives.

The solution is approached as an adaptable structure that groups the roofs of several buildings and can easily be widen. Under this organic shell, it gathers functions of horticulture, market, catering, workshops and even housing. The accesses might, well to take advantage of the own system of communication of the buildings, or adhere to the concerned façades. The aim is to generate a new habitable space in the middle of a highly densified city, to achieve maximum environmental sustainability and self-sufficiency.

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mm un ity 1|living ZOOM |co g in

2|mark et a ZOOM nd

ca te r

community plan|uses

diagrammatic section representation

irrigation sytem

horticulture (non-superficial roots)

global structure system

3|perfu me ZOOM

f ac to ry

PARFUM

PARFUM

HYDROPONIC CITY

PARFUM

crane collecting system

PARFUM SARA CONTRERAS ESCRIBANO

functional diagram|market

market stand type HYDROPONIC CITY

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De Design year

fall 2009/spring 2013

place

Spain, France, India

techniques

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charcoal| watercolor| pencil| marker pen| acrylic


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Contact 6, O’Donnell street 28009 Madrid, Spain t: 0034 647 169 103 sarapsara15@gmail.com

Architecture Portfolio + CV (ES) | Sara Contreras | ETSAM  

Sample of works produced at ETSAM Madrid (2009-2015)/ ENSAPM Paris (2012-2013)

Architecture Portfolio + CV (ES) | Sara Contreras | ETSAM  

Sample of works produced at ETSAM Madrid (2009-2015)/ ENSAPM Paris (2012-2013)

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