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DI.VER.GENT Selected Projects

Saritza Martinez Rodriguez Columbia University GSAPP 17/18 Master of Architecture and Urban Design


Content Selected Projects

Academia Thriving Edges/ Bronx, New York Oaxakeepsie/ Poughkeepsie, New York Precious Water/ Ghana, Africa

Professional Expo Milano 2015/ Milan, Italy Ghost Lab 12/ Halifax, Canada Future Patrimony/ Medellin, Colombia


Hunts Point/ Riverside Park Seaweed harvesting for nutrient bio extraction

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Thriving Edges Bronx, New York Studio I/ The Five Borough Studio Advisor/ Kaja Kßhl Team/ Tian Guo, Niomi Sha, Linda Schilling Living Productive Water Edge to empower local business and communities Hunts Point is known because it’s the main food distribution center for the five boroughs in New York. From the community point of view this place suffers of the highest rates of: crime, low education, unemployment, health issues (asthma, obesity, health disease, drug abuse) from the natural perspective Hunts Point land and water bodies have been severely contaminated during the last decades. Our goal is to rethink the relationship of the industries in this area, the community and the rivers. The new water edge programs will provide empowering tools for the community: Training Centers, New Jobs, and Recreational Spaces, Promote stronger sense of community and create awareness about food & sustainability. We see Riverside Park as a starting point for the edge development, moving south to the Hunts Point Landing. Our initial intervention would be encompassed by three main architectural elements: a corridor path, topographic and programmatic interventions. A series of floating platforms will be dedicated for the production of local food and water cleansing. This floating units will be partly managed by the Food Distribution Center and operated by the community. Along the path we also envision ground supporting facilities that allow space for open food markets, training areas and recreational facilities.

THRIVING EDGES / BRONX, NEW YORK

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Public Platforms Program

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FLOATING MARKET

PLAYGROUND

SEAWEED

CONNECTING

SAND PIT

FLOATING

KAYAK DOCKING

KIDS PLAYGROUND

SHELLFISH FARMING

SHADE

RESTING TYPE

FISH FARMING TYPE

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Assembly and Materials Boat-makers in Hunts Point

CANOPY WITH ADJUSTABLE ROPES

FIXED HANDRAIL

METAL TRIM

WOOD SLATS

DEPLOYABLE HANDRAIL

CLEATS STRUCTURAL MEMBERS

DECK FRAME HEADER ALUMINUM

PLATFORMS CONNECTORS

WEIGHTED ROPES FOR SEAWEED

PLASTIC FLOATING PONTOON

THRIVING EDGES / BRONX, NEW YORK

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Hunts Point Master Plan Clusters and related stake holders

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kayak station support young families with kids LA PENINSULA playgrounds and sports

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BARRETO PARK

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medium vessels

market

NYC ferry

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adults of working age economic development

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THE POINT

6 youth development via STEM based ROCKING THE BOAT

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COMMUNITY

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RIVERSIDE PARK

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kayak station nutrient bio extraction

6 FOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER

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PHASE 3 WASTE AND ENERGY FACILITY LEGEND

FABRICATION SHOPS LOCATED NEAR EACH SITE BUS ROUTES HUNTS POINT LANDING OPEN SPACE IN FRONT OF THE WATERFRONT CLUSTERS OF PLATFORMS PHASE 3 WASTE AND ENERGY FACILITY PHASE 3 DAY CARE CENTER

THRIVING EDGES / BRONX, NEW YORK

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Demographics Involved organizations

EMPLOYMENT 46.7%

unemployed

COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS

34.4%

COMMUNITY CENTERS

employed

THE POINT THE POINT

4%

Youth Ministries for space and justice

Eligibility: None

Bronx River Alliance

Cost: Free

Hunts Point Economic Development Corporation

Areas Served: Hunts Point Languages: English, Spanish

DEMOGRAPHICS

Services: Community development activities

not in the labor force 3%

22% other african american

LA PENINSULA

76%

LA PENINSULA

Mothers on the move Sustainable Bronx

hispanic

Eligibility: Federal income guidelines, child is three or four years old, child resides in the area, child is diagnosed with special needs, child was referred from another agency, child needs socialization or child’s siblings are currently enrolled

The BLK Projek

LANGUAGE

36%

Cost: Free

limited english proficiency

Areas Served: Hunts Point

64%

Languages: English, Spanish Services: Half-day UPK

english proficiency

ROCKING THE BOAT

HEALTH ISSUES

ASTHMA HOSPITALIZATIONS PER 100,000 ADULTS

Hunts Point

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ROCKING THE BOAT

Cost: Free Areas Served: Hunts Point Languages: English, Spanish

Bronx

NYC

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Services: Youth development trough a series of STEM-based programs involving over 200 teens per year


Phases Public space, education and energy

RIVERSIDE PARK ROCKING THE BOAT

BARRETO PARK LA PENINSULA

HUNTS POINT LANDING THE POINT

PHASE 1 Construction of signature platform

Fabrication shops located near each site

PHASE 2 Assembling of the cluster and connective path along the water edge

PHASE 3 Complementary daycare facility at Barreto Park and waste to energy facility at parcel D in the FDC

THRIVING EDGES / BRONX, NEW YORK

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Barreto Park Cluster view explorations

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Platform 3D print physical model exploration

THRIVING EDGES / BRONX, NEW YORK

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Spice Market Food connection: Oaxaca, Poughkeepsie and the Hudson Valley

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Oaxa/keepsie Poughkeepsie, New York Studio II / American Cities & Regional Contexts Advisor / Lee Altman, Michael Murphy Team / EJ Woo, Jorge Espinoza, Niomi Shah Immigration into the United States is likely to continue in coming years. In Poughkeepsie, the largest current immigrant group comes from the state of Oaxaca in Mexico. Along with other cultures, have brought with them traditions and knowledge that can be leveraged toward cultural exchange and economic growth. The presence of Oaxacans, among others, has stabilized population in the City and has been revitalizing Main Street over two decades ago, when entrepreneurial immigrants started opening new businesses, where they mainly offer traditional cuisines. Main Street has now emerged from a total desolation period, but the process of expansion and starting new businesses can take several immigrant generations. In order to maintain and increase this economic stabilization, it will be necessary to help immigrants get over all the barriers they face by creating a supporting network for business and other for basic services so that both networks develop each other. For business we envision Poughkeepsie’s Main Street as a vibrant hub of Oaxacan Cuisine, specializing in the authenticity of its most iconic dish: mole; and offering learning, production, and tasting experiences for locals and visitors. This would be made possible through the development of a community kitchen, spice market and culinary school, and incentives for the creation of new related businesses along the street.

OAXAKEEPSIE / POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK

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MX-US Freight

Air Travel JFK or EWR

Truck

Restaurant Delivery

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1995-2000 3.22 Million Oaxaca Population

ACA AX O l

Guelagetza Fe sti

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91.2%

Regional Maps

Oaxaca migration and food connection

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KEEPISE GH U O


CATSKILLS MILLERTON Somos la llave del futuro SLF is committed to overcoming Cotija Cheese

POUGHKEEPSIE

Oaxaca Mole

27% Mexican Population from Oaxaca

NEW15% Mexican Population from Puebla

La Escondida Tortilleria

Oaxaca Produce

US Produce

Chocolate Pumpkin 24 Dried Chiles

PK Demography Hispanic

Cilantro

Black

Dried Fruit

White Onion

Other

Cinnamon and anise Cloves

Garlic

Pepper Cumin

PORT CHESTER

Bread

Hudson Valley Community Coalition La Milpa de Rosa Tortilleria

Population Oaxaca Mexico Hispanic

NEW YORK

Plaza Piaxatia Tortilleria

NEW JERSEY

Chiantia Tortilleria

OAXAKEEPSIE / POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK

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Oaxakeepsie Main Street Business, Programs and Supporting Agencies

Spices and Food Exterior Market Art Gallery

SPICE MARKET

Und Factor

Little red mole

Trolley Barn: Art Gallery

Financial Advice and Micro-loans

COMMUNITY KITCHEN

Language classes Spice’s Warehouse

Community kitchen & business startup

Exterior cooking COMMUNITY KITCHEN

Fall Creek Mezcaleria

El Covarruvias

Red mole

COMMUNITY KITCHEN La Estrella (Language Exchange)

Tropical Fresh

El Patron

Mariscos Acapulco

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Event’s Kiosk

Legal Services

Brown mole

derwear ry: Middle

Oaxaca Square

OPEN SPACE

Classrooms

PLAZA

Retail Stain mole CULINARY SCHOOL

Green mole El Bracero

El Chapulin Colorado

Back mole Taco Gol S&N Deli CULINARY SCHOOL

Cigarette Events and Cart Hub space

La Michoacana Pancho Villa

Laundromat

One Civic Center Plaza Communication hub

27% Mexican Population is from Oaxaca

St. Mary’s Church

Related Agencies: *Guelaguetza Festival La Voz Magazine *La Super Latina (Radio) Revolucion (Radio) Arts Mid-Hudson Hudson Valley Healthcare Saint Marys Church *Middle Main (Community Resources and Blog) *La Estrella (Language Exchange) Grupo Folclorico Poughkeepsie OAXAKEEPSIE / POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK

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Business Infrastructure Supporting startups and networks

Weekend food fairs

Permanent infrastructure for markets

Management

Restaurant food fill-up

Oaxacan farm

Places for food carts to park and sell goods

Management

1 Supply for existing restaurant

STAGE 1 : MOBILE BUSINESS

Food cart space appropriation

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STAGE 2: SPICE MARKET

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Services support

Culinary School

Community kitchen

Legal services Classes

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STAGE 3: COMMUNITY PROGRAM

OAXAKEEPSIE / POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK

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Oaxakeepsie’s Mobile Food Ownership of public space to promote business and Main Street vitality

Oaxakeepsie’s Portals Virtual connections

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¿Hola cómo están?

OAXAKEEPSIE / POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK

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Health Clinic Clean water, education and health services

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Pre c i o u s Wat e r Ghana, Africa Syracuse University/ M. Arch Design IV/ Comprehensive Studio Collaboration/ John Joder, Kevin Lair Prefabricated Health Clinic/Precious Water Aburi, Ghana. The comprehensive studio in Ghana Africa looks for new ways of prefabricated constructions to solve some critical issues like the water use and preservation. The Health facilities are composed of four health units and a botanical garden. The Design looks to create public and community areas for health education and recreation. Access to clean water is a mayor health and social issue in Africa Ghana. Providing a clean water system with service to the community and the Health Clinic will

HEALTH CLINIC/ GHANA, AFRICA

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Health Clinic Section and Structural Details

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HEALTH CLINIC/ GHANA, AFRICA

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PROGRAM: 1. INTERNAL MEDICINE/ PEDIATRICS 2. EMERGENCY 3. OB GYN/ SURGERY 4. GENERAL SERVICES/ PUBLIC OASIS 5. BOTANICAL GARDEN

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Health Clinic Laser-cut physical model

HEALTH CLINIC/ GHANA, AFRICA

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1. RAIN WATER

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2. WATER FILTERING SYSTEM

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3. WATER COLLECTION

4. GREY WATER 5. BOTANICAL GARDEN WATER FILTRATION


Wood angle beam

Wood angle beam

Wood angle beam

Wood louvers - 1"x 1 Wood louvers - 1"x 1" x 2'

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3D View 9

3D View 9

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Wood louvers - 1"x 1" x 2'

wood louvers

wood strip flooring

Copy of 3D View 9

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2 A6.01

2 A6.01

1' - 6 3/8" 0'0' - 4" - 5 3/4"

- 5 3/4" 1' - 6 3/8" 0'0' - 4"

1" x 2'

Copy of 3D View 9 floor substructure

2 A6.01

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Callout of Section A6.01 1/2" = 1'-0"

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wood floor beams

Callout of Section A6.01 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Callout (2) of Section A6 1" = 1'-0"

ground level

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3D View 9_1 12" = 1'-0" Callout (2) of Section A6.01 1" = 1'-0" 1

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Callout plan detail 1/2" = 1'-0"

Callout (2) of Section A6.01 1" = 1'-0"

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Callout plan detail 1/2" = 1'-0"

building5 24' - 9" Roof Height average 20' - 0"

building5 24' - 9" Roof Height average 20' - 0"

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Level 1 -0' - 6"

Comprehensive Studio

Details HEALTH CLINIC/ GHANA, AFRICA Level 1 -0' - 6"

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Second Floor Entrance US People and Food Exhibit

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PROFESSIONAL / SELECTED PROJECTS


Expo Milano 2015 Milan, Italy US Pavilion/ American Food 2.0 United to Feed the Planet Collaboration/ Thinc Design

For the first time in the history of world’s fairs, the theme of Expo Milano was food. “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” explored the challenge of feeding the estimated 9 billion people who will inhabit our planet by the year 2050. Together with public programming and on-line presence, the USA pavilion exhibits highlighted America’s food systems and innovations, locating America as a force in the food world. Through installations that combined living food plants, displays, and digital storytelling, the pavilion engaged a global conversation addressing topics such as food security and policy, international relations, science and technology, nutrition and health, and the evolution of culinary culture. More than 6 million people toured the pavilion making it the most visited pavilion at Expo Milano.

EXPO MILANO 2015/ MILAN, ITALY

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UNITED TO FEED THE PLANET Responsibly- Food Security and Policy Globally- International Relations Innovatively- Science & Technology Nutritiously- Nutrition and Health Deliciously- Culinary Culture

GLOBAL ABUNDANCE THROUGH DIVERSITY The spectrum of American vision energy, and creativity, and its potential to help humanity thrive.

GREAT AMERICAN FOOD-SCAPE Proud traditions, innovation and creativity in the unfolding story of American food

Exhibit Theme Global, regional and local

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46” MONITOR W/ SUPPORT TUBE THAT TIES TO STRUCTURE UNDERNEATH 55” MONITOR MEDIA EQUIPMENT CABINET IN BASE WITH PERFORATED PANEL ENCLOSURE

Great American Food-scape View US food diversity

EXPO MILANO 2015/ MILAN, ITALY

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Educational Chandeliers Research, farming and industries

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EXPO MILANO 2015/ MILAN, ITALY

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Ghost Lab 12: Boat House

Ghost 11

Boathouse Site photo and watercolor study

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Ghost 7


Ghost Lab 12 Nova Scotia, Canada

Ghost Lab 12 Collaboration/ Brian Mackay- Lyons, Rick Joy, Peter Stutchbury

Ghost 6

Ghost 8

The Ghost International Architectural Laboratory (simply known as “Ghost”) is the research facility of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Limited. It is an education initiative designed to promote the transfer of architectural knowledge through direct experience – project-based learning taught in the master-builder tradition – with emphasis on issues of landscape, material culture and community.

Ghost 9

BOAT HOUSE/ NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

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Boat House Design / Build Process

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PROFESSIONAL / SELECTED PROJECTS


Materiality Local building sources

BOAT HOUSE/ NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

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Gran Aforo Auditorium Entrance View

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Future Patrimony Medellin, Colombia

Competition / 3rd place Arts and Craft Park Collaboration / OPUS Estudio

The project was located at an abandoned railroad facility, our challenge was to create educational spaces for the community while maintaining the historical value of a 90-year old industrial patrimony. It will have a training center for work in arts and crafts, with academic offers that guarantee the development of job skills and rapid occupational outings. Because of its location, the Arts and Crafts Park is part of the mega-projects of “Adaptation of the Alluvial Plain of the Medellín River” of the Metropolitan Area, and the “Improvement of the Educational, Cultural and Environmental Services in the Municipalities of the Center of Antioquia”, Metropolitan Region, of the Government of Antioquia.

FUTURE PATRIMONY/ MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

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Programa por edificio

EDIFICIO DE FUNDICIÓN

EDIFICIO DE FUNDICIÓN

Servicios Generales

EDIFI

Centro de desarrollo e Innovación

Ocina

Red de espacios colectivos propuestos

Red de espacios colectivos propuestos

Red

Información

Unidades modulares de apoyo

Sala

Comercio usos complementarios

Talleres de Investigación

Oci

Laboratorios de experimentación

Aux

Sec

Sala

Arc

Bat

COMERCIO / SERVICIOS GENERALES

Bosque de la memoria

Patio de acceso

Lobby principal

DESARROLLO E INNOVACIÓN

Área asistentes

Hall de acceso

Hall de acceso

ESCUELA DE MÚSICA

Patio de creación

Lobby Auditorio

Estudi de grabación

OFICINAS ADMINISTRATIVAS

Hall de acceso

Patio de conciertos

Deck comercial

Biblioteca de partituras

GRAN AFORO

Salas técnicas Bodega de instrumentos

Patio de baile Foso de Orquesta

Escenario

SALA FILARMÓNICA Hall de acceso

Bodega de Vestuario

Eficiencia física

ESCUELA DE BALLET Cuarto de Utilería

Sección Transversal A-A’

ESC 1:250 Patrimony/ Master Plan Future Educational and recreational facilities

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Áreas técnicas

Pre-escenario


EDIFICIO MATERIAL RODANTE

Sala Filarmónica, Escuela de Música, Auditorio Gran Aforo Red de espacios colectivos propuestos Batería de baños

ICIO FRENOS DE AIRE

BODEGA DE MAQUINARIA INDUSTRIAL

as administrativas

Gran aforo

Escuela de Ballet

Hall de acceso a Auditorio Zona pre escenario

d de espacios colectivos propuestos

Red de espacios colectivos propuestos

a de espera

Batería de baños, vestieres

ina Directores

Salones de Baile

xiliares

Cuarto de Utilería y Bodega de Vestuario

cretarías

Salón de eciencia física

Aforo 1000 personas Escuela de Música Ocinas administrativas Cubículos Pequeños y Medianos (Cámara, grupo y piano vertical) Aulas de ensayo (Coro por voz, y conjunto)

a de reunión y Sala de juntas

Salas técnicas y estudio de grabación

chivo y almacén

Biblioteca de Partituras

tería de baños, vestieres

Bodega de Instrumentos Cafetín artistas escuela de música Sala de Ensayo Escenario Área Asistentes

Aula múltiple

Aula múltiple

Aula múltiple

Aula múltiple

Aula múltiple

Aula múltiple

APRENDIZAJE LIVIANO

AULAS TICS

APRENDIZAJE MEDIANO Recepción

Aula múltiple

Oficinas

Hall de acceso

Bulevar central Prestamo Patio de lectura y eventos

BIBLIOTECA

ELECTRICIDAD BODEGA F

Ambiente de aprendizaje liviano y mediano, bienestar, Biblioteca Red de espacios colectivos propuestos Exposiciones

Ocinas administrativas Bateria de baños Aulas TIC biblioteca, aprendizaje liviano y mediano Ambiente de aprendizaje liviano y mediano TALLERES APRENDIZAJE LIVIANO Turísmo e industrias creativas TALLERES APRENDIZAJE MEDIANO Agua y saneamiento, biotecnología y energía eléctrica Biblioteca

AREAS DE BIENESTAR

Hall de acceso Biblioteca AULAS de estudio Biblioteca

Hall de acceso Escenario

COLECCIONES general y referencia

Cafetería

Reserva

Bienestar

Consultorios

CONSULTORIOS y primeros auxilios CAFETERÍA central AULAS múltiples Capilla N

Planta general de Piso 1 ESC 1:250

CONTIENE:

ESCALA:

PROPUESTA ARQUITECTÓNICA Planta Arquitectónica del Proyecto Memoria Arquitectónica y Técnica Detalles de Secciones y Fachadas Imágenes y Perspectivas

CÓDIGO: FUTURE PATRIMONY/ MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

1:500 FECHA:

13 DE OCTUBRE DE 2011

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Grand Aforo Structural Exploded Axon

EXISTING BUILDING ROOF

EXISTING BUILDING TRUSSES EXISTING CRANE BRIDGE

STAGE AUDITORIUM WRAP ACOUSTIC PANELS VERTICAL PUBLIC CORE

AUDITORIUM STRUCTURAL ENVOLVENTE

GRAND TIER

(SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR)

ACCESS LOBBY TOILETTES AND BOX OFFICE (FIRST FLOOR) EXISTING BUILDING STRUCTURE

BUILDING “MOVABLE MATERIAL”

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Grand Aforo Detailed Sections

FUTURE PATRIMONY/ MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

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Reading Garden Community Park

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PROFESSIONAL / SELECTED PROJECTS


FUTURE PATRIMONY/ MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

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Portfolio Saritza Martinez  

Urban Design and Architecture

Portfolio Saritza Martinez  

Urban Design and Architecture

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