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C u r r i c u lu m V i t a e Edith Uresti Architecture / Landscape Architecture / Urbanism

Commercial Corridor Subway Station Polanco, Mexico City Academic Project

C u l tu r a l P r o g r a m

La Ciudadela, Historical Center, Mexico City, Mexico Tate Modern, Bankside, London, England UK Academic Project

School of Crafts Eje Central 31, Doctores, Mexico City Academic Project

S a n Pe d r o C r e e k Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

Zona Cultural Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

Alamo Master Plan Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

El Dean

Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

S a l a za r L a g o o n

La Marquesa, State of Mexico, Mexico

Freelance Project

Lost Cities

Gustavo A. Madero, Metropolitan Area of Mexico City

Freelance Project

R G M L O ffi c e s Escandon, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Mexico Freelance Project

L ava S t . 2 7 9 . 2 Jardínes del Pedregal, Alvaro Obregon, Mexico City Freelance Project

Los Encantos

Yautepec, Morelos, Mexico Freelance Project


CURRICULUM V I TA E


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E D I T H U R E ST I architecture / landscape architecture / urbanism

 Mexico City, Mexico

 EDUCATION

ARCHITECTURE

U N I V E R S I DA D I B E R OA M E R I C A N A

2009-2014

Bachelors Degree In Architecure

M . U R BA N I S M

UNAM

2017-2018

Post-graduate masters in Urbanism (Inconclusive)

 October 8, 1990  (M) 55 3930 8742

 JOB EXPERIENCE

 uresti.edith@gmail.com

 LANGUAGES

PUBLIC R E L AT I O N S H I P S

GDU

2017-2018

Event coordination and social media, competitions, conferences, exhibitions and participation of the firm

S PA N I S H

ENGLISH

FRENCH

100%

95%

30%

and my boss in different congresses.

P R OJ E C T C O O R D I N ATO R

GDU

2015-2017

Coordination of various projects, in the fields of Urban Planning and Design, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.

JUNIOR DESIGNER

GDU

2014-2015

Development of various projects, in the fields of Urban Planning and Design, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.

 SOCIAL CONNECT urestiedith

P R OJ E C T D E S I G N E R

INDEPENDENT

2014-Today

Freelance development of various projects, in the fields of Urban Planning and Design, Landscape

edith.uresti

Architecture and Environmental Planning.

@urestiedith edithuresti

 PRO SKILLS P H OTO S H O P

 ABSTRACT

I L L U ST R ATO R INDESIGN S K E TC H - U P

I am a 27 year old architect and landscape architect from Monterrey, Mexico, now

Au t o C A D

living in Mexico City.

3D MAX REVIT

My interests include the diffusion and expansion of architectural knowledge,

MICROSOFT OFFICE

projects and components that make up the entire city. I believe that the use of networks and social media helps this disclosure. Landscape architecture is what boosts, aids, accompanies and completes an

 TECHNICAL & PERSONAL ABILITIES

architectural project. My main focus is in landscape architecture in all its stages, from conceptual and initial idea to project development and construction.

Architecture / Landscape Architecture / Urbanism

Research

Leadership

Analysis

Team Work

Diagrams / Photosims

Time Management

Conceptual / Schematic Design

Responsability

Design Development

Order

Construction Documents

Adaptability

Graphic Design

Pro Active


AC A D E M I C P R OJ E C TS Commercial Corridor Cultural Program


1 ¡ COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR

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Commercial Corridor Department Store Palacio de Hierro

Subway Station Polanco, Mexico City Academic Project / In collaboration with Lina Sverdrup & Diego Montemayor

Las Americas Park Saint August Church

Adaptation of three existing

Empty Lots

projects in the context of the subway station located in Polanco, Mexico City. Subway Station / Library

It creates a commercial corridor from Palacio de Supermarket

Hierro to Liverpool using Horacio St., changing the axis of the horizon of the median of the street.

Uruguay Park

Shopping Center

Retail Store

Depertment Store Liverpool Printed Acetate Models

Paper Model

Sections

Paper model over Google Street View images

Academic Project


1 ¡ COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR

The project resolves the issue of the disconnection between the underground and the surface.

Model made by 10 layers of wood corresponding to 10 sections of this building

Printed Acetate Models

Master Plan 0

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Academic Project

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50

100

200m


2 · C U LT U R A L P R O G R A M

2

Cultural Program

Total Population

Lagunilla

Garibaldi

Cuauhtemoc

923,100

Mexico City

La Ciudadela, Historical Center, Mexico City, Mexico

8,851 080

Tate Modern, Bankside, London, England UK

Plaza Sto. Domingo

Monumento a la Revolución

Academic Project / In collaboration with Roxana Aguilera & Lina Sverdrup

6,900 000

Alameda Central

The task was

1970 Zócalo

analizing this area of

531,831

1980

1990

2010

Source INEGI

Green Area (sq.m. / person)

the Historic Center Mexico City, taking in acounter the

Angel de la Independencia

importance of public

La Merced

space. We identified

Glorieta Insurgentes

the area of The

3.5 m2

9 m2

15.1 m2

OMS

Cuauhtémoc

35.8 m2

Mexico City

Alvaro Obregón

Source SMA

Arena

400 m

Citadel, where our proposal was a series

800 m

7 min

of buildings with Cultural Program.

15 min

2 min

4 min

45 seg

1.30 min

Aereal View Downtown Mexico City 0

200

500

1000

2000m

N St Paul’s Church

Total Population Mexico City

London

London Blackfriars

8,851 080

6,900 000 Millenium Bridge

3, 574 097

3,032 217

1970

The Queen Walk

1980

1990

London Bridge

2000

2010

Cuauhtemoc Southwark

923,100

Tate Modern

Printed Acetate Models

531,831 Southwark

287,041

1970

1980

1990

400 m Waterloo

2000

2010

800 m

7 min

15 min

45 seg

1.30 min

2 min

4 min

Aereal View Bankside London 0

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Academic Project

200

500

1000

2000m


2 · C U LT U R A L P R O G R A M

P L AST I C A R TS / LO N D O N

P L AST I C A R TS / M E X I C O

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL3

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 5

SHOWROOM URBAN ART PAINTING SCULPTURE

10 m

M E D I A L I B R A RY & P R OJ E C T I O N S / M E X I C O

10 m

M E D I A L I B R A RY & P R OJ E C T I O N S / LO N D O N LEVEL 1

GROUND FLOOR

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 4

RETAIL PROJECTION ROOMS MEDIA LIBRARY RECORDING BOOTHS

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 2

After half of the semester we had to adapt the same

ROOF

LEVEL 4

10 m

strategy to Bankside in London. Our main objective

10 m

was to create a conection between two or more locations physically divided, by inserting a program which was complementary to the Library in Mexico and the Tate Modern in London. The contexts of both sites were analyzed and the conclution was reached that the project in Mexico City was to be horizontal buildings and in London vertical.

L I B R A RY / LO N D O N

R E TA I L / M E X I C O

LEVEL 1

GROUND FLOOR

LEVEL 2

LEVEL1 LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

We applied the same trategy to both locations with LEVEL 2

different caracteristics, making modifications in the

LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5

LEVEL 6

form and in the program. In the Citadel and in Bankside, our proposal was a series of buildings

RETAIL

LEVEL4

ROOF 10 m

atomizing the program of the Library and the Tate

10 m

Modern, by connections between two or more locations. Giving both a cultural focus.

Printed Acetate Models

Academic Project


3 · S C H O O L O F C R A F TS

3

D r. Liceaga esq.

School of Crafts

N

con Eje Central

Dr. Liceaga

Eje Central 31, Doctores, Mexico City

M

Eje Central / Lázaro Cárdenas

Academic Project

The project is based on a problematic

Residences

reality that affects the

Dr. Barragán

Top Levels

society that lives in this City. The project is focused on a

Workshops

socioeconomic Medium Levels

group with unique characteristics, they neither study nor

Showroom

HO 8 / 20 / Z

Lucas Alemán

1,420m2

Cuenca

Commerce

Construction Materials

work, called “ninis”. The proposal is a crafts school.

Parking

Basement

Restaurants

Fernando de Alba

Dr. J. Navarro

Ground Floor

Informal Comerce General Stores

Subway

Automotive / Mecanic Workshop

Lagunilla

Garibaldi

Context study 0

10

20

Population

Plaza Sto. Domingo Monumento a la Revolución

5

Cuauhtémoc Delegation is

6%

Alameda Central

Zócalo

100%

Mexico City

6%

Cuauhtémoc

Economicly inactive Population

57%

Angel de la Independencia

The project consists of two parking levels below the level of the sidewalk. On the ground floor there are

of Cuauhtémoc’s Population

six shops. From the first to the fourth level are the

La Merced Glorieta Insurgentes

workshops of mechanics, carpentry, plumbing,

Arena

25% = 15-29 years old

0

200

500

1000

Location

24.7%

2000m

from 15 - 29 years old

N

Academic Project

24.7% = Ninis

electrical and blacksmithing.

50m


3 ¡ S C H O O L O F C R A F TS

There are apartments from the fifth to the seventh level. On the roof there is a common laundry for the inhabitants and students of the school.

Model

Renderings

13. Coladera rectangular

General Section

Academic Project

Rendering


GDU P R OJ E C TS San Pedro Creek Zona Cultural Alamo Master Plan El Dean


4 · SA N P E D R O C R E E K

4

S a n Pe d r o C r e e k

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Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA GDU / Grupo de Diseño Urbano / Mario Schjetnan, FASLA Role: Project Coordinator / Designer In collaboration with: Muñoz&Co.

San Pedro Creek is

GDU carried out a

transformed into a

landscape consulting

2.2 mile-long linear cultural

work for Muñoz & Co.

park that crosses the historic

and the San Antonio

downtown of San Antonio.

River Authorities.

Conceptual Plan Houston St. to Commerce St. 0

5

10

20

50m

Master Plan

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Model / Photoism of the Sunken Plaza

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

0

100

200

500

1000m


4 ¡ SA N P E D R O C R E E K

The project’s connecting thread can be seen in the use of water ecologically, aesthetically and historically: from the symbolic birth Conceptual View

of water emerging in the Tree of Life Plaza to its many wetlands, waterfalls, ponds, among other water elements.

Photosims

Photosim / Tree of Life Plaza / Conceptual View

It also includes public squares, overlooks, reflecting pools, walkways, access to the water, an amphitheatre for outdoor public events.

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Complete Master Plan / Phase 1 0

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

20

50

100

200m


5 · ZO N A C U LT U R A L

5

Zona Cultural

Zona Cultural was historically the center of San Antonio’s commerce, full of vibrancy and life, and a true melting pot of cultures.

Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA GDU / Grupo de Diseño Urbano / Mario Schjetnan, FASLA

Closing down lanes and making more civic and recreational spaces with shade will allow

Role: Project Coordinator / Designer

the people to enjoy being outside and cohabit with their neighbors, family and friends.

In collaboration with: MIG, Inc.

Zona Cultural is the birthplace of San Antonio; home to many of the city’s most historic and iconic locations and institutions, including Main Plaza, Plaza de Armas, Market Square, Alameda Theater, and San Fernando Cathedral.

Material Palette

Photosim Commerce St.

Master Plan / Green Areas 0

50 100

200

500

1000m

N

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism


5 · ZO N A C U LT U R A L

Vegetation Palette

Photosim Santa Rosa St.

The street improvements implicate the following: · Geometric adjustments to the intersections to allow greater clarity to pedestrians in crosswalks · Redistribution of space for all road users; pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, and public transportation should have their part in the public space. Master Plan Sketch 0

20

50

100

· Change in paving materials

200m

· Increase green areas / more vegetated spaces

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· Adequate the public space so it has a more human scale Street improvements will contribute to more color and life to the streets in San Antonio. The creation of new public spaces for different activities is crucial for this project. There will be a significant improvement in the quality of life in the citizens. Intersection Plan / Santa Rosa St. and Commerce St.

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0

10

20

50

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

100m


6 · A L A M O M AST E R P L A N

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Alamo Master Plan Downtown, San Antonio, TX, USA GDU / Grupo de Diseño Urbano / Mario Schjetnan, FASLA Role: Project Coordinator / Designer Urban Landscape Master Plan In collaboration with: Preservation Design Partnership, Fisher Heck Architects, Heritage Landscapes, and Rialto Studio Inc.

The Alamo Master

New Green Streetscape Alamo Project

Plan was impulsed by

Linear Park Proposed Landscaped Open Spaces in The Alamo Master Plan

the GLO of the State ZONE 2

ZONE 1

of Texas, the City of San Antonio and the Alamo Endowment.

ZONE

This master plan

3

ZONE

4

includes a large scale plan to make the Alamo Experience more satisfiying and

ZO N

E5

rich in content.

Landscape Open Spaces / Landscaped Streets

Urban Scale Interventions / 5 Zones

“Calle Plaza” Raised Pedestrian Crossing “Calle Plaza” Raised Pedestrian Crossing

Streets to Close for Pedestrian use

“Calle Plaza” Raised Pedestrian Crossing

“Calle Plaza” Raised Pedestrian Crossing

Photosim Alamo Plaza Streets to Close for Pedestrian use only and controlled access

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism


6 ¡ A L A M O M AST E R P L A N

The Master Plan first identified 5 zones in an urban scale. After the zones were identified the Urban/ Landscape Master Plan was centered in zones 1 and 2. Zone 1 was the urban core of the site. Our proposal and participation centered in the periferial areas of the Historic Core of the Alamo Mission.

Vegetation Palette

General Plan View 0

50

100

200m

N

Materials Palette

Proposed Civic Spaces / South Alamo Gate

Urban Elements

The proposal was divided into 4 areas, all of which will be closed for pedestrian use only. This gesture creates a sence of arrival in the visitor and allows them to start the journey as the orinigal users of the Alamo did. The first area is the entrance promenade to the Alamo, which created a grand pedestrian enviornment with shade and activities. This promenade leads to the Plaza de Valero a new civic space for the citizens and tourists of San Antionio to enjoy a quiet and shaded space that allows events and other happenings to take place. Crockett St. is the final stage the visitor goes through before entering what once was the fortess of the Battle of the Alamo. This makes Crockett St. a perfect staging area for the begging of the historical experience.

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

The proposal included the introduction and proposal of urban elements, such as urban furniture and lighting, vegetation and material palettes that centered in the existing and historic components of the site.


7 · EL DEAN

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El Dean

The master plan was devided into 4 stages. The 1st consisted of the redesign and remodeling of the park’s Central Plaza, which is the main entrance. The 2nd, is the rehabilitation of the 2 flood regulation lakes that will also be recreation spaces with water

Guadalajara Jalisco, México

activities. The 3rd phase, included the rehabilitation of all the services in the park such

GDU / Grupo de Diseño Urbano / Mario Schjetnan, FASLA

as, public restrooms, restaurants, children’s playing areas and a bike and jogging lane.

Role: Project Coordinator / Designer

The 4th and final phase, is the relocation of the soccer field in the futher end of the park.

N

This project consists in the rehabilitaion of one of the largest parks in downtown

The redesign of the

Guadalajara. It contains a

park was projected in

flood regulation vessel which is no longer funcioning

Municipal

optimously. The park is

12

Government’s Parks

located in the south area of

8

park answers to the

23

need of recreation

El Dean

spaces in that area of

27

21

13

4

project are: Water,

27

8

11 12

Sports.

12 15

12

25

Family, Culture and

Family

14

12

9

the 4 main axis of the

Sports

6

1

16

the city. That’s why

Water

5

27

and Rec. Agency. The

the city in an industrial area.

10

8

joint forces with the

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17

24

14

7 28

2

8

12 14

Culture

12 3

20

8

14 26

17

27

La Nogalera

Valle del Alamo

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11

18

22

General Plan View 0

Urban Context and Location 0

200

500

1000

2000m

50

100

200

1. North Lake

9. Main Access

17. Basketball Courts

25. Picnic Area

2. South Lake

10. North Access

18. Swimming Pool

26. Environmental Education Center

3. Islands + Beaches

11. Secondary Access

19. Police Station

27. Parking

4. Fountain Redesign

12. Green Areas

20. Administration Building

28. Canal

5. Dry Fountains

13. Central Plaza

21. Service Kiosks

6. Kiosk + Dock

14. Pedestrian Paths

22. Restrooms + Storage

7. Stairway

15. Children’s Playing Areas

23. Gym

8. Perimeter

16. Sports Areas

24. Restaurant + Outlook

N

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

500m


7 ¡ EL DEAN

Proposed Water Elements 1. Flood Regulator Lake 2. Recreation Lake 3. Areators 4. Piers 5. Islands 6. Stairway 7. Recreation Streem - continous flow 8. Water Treatment Plant 9. Redesign of Fountain in Central Plaza 10. Dry Fountains in North Access 10 2 8

6

9

1

7

3

4 5

Central Plaza and Fountain

Water elements / Location

Photosim of Central Plaza

The redesign and rehabilitation of the Central Plaza is one of the key elements in the park’s remodelation. Main Entrance

GDU / Landscape Architecture and Urbanism


FREELANCE P R OJ E C TS Salazar Lagoon Lost Cities Lava St. 279.2 Los Encantos


8 ¡ SA L A Z A R L AG O O N

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S a l a za r L a g o o n

N AT I O N A L PA R K = E C O LO G I C A L L U N G

La Marquesa, State of Mexico, Mexico Freelance Project / In collaboration with Diana Harari, Marcos Cohen,

to

Ygal Maya

mexico city

The study presented in the following is a diagnosis of the environmental, social, political-administrative and

to toluca

economic conditions that the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla National Insurgent Park presents.

Regional Plan / Predominant Species / Lagoon location and site perimeter

A R E A O F N AT I O N A L PA R K

environmental culture and education

to mexico

balance the natural and artificial interaction in the area, regenerating the environmental system

community

social

city

environmental conservation regeneration potentializing integration

jobs for local benefit

to toluca

jobs in eco-tourism

economic

promote tourism

funds, investments and stumulus for environmental regeneration

Location

incentivate alternative activities

N

Freelance Project


8 ¡ SA L A Z A R L AG O O N

As a case study, the particular situation of Laguna Salazar is analyzed, to show the potential routes of sustainable development in the region, based on a model of integral regeneration of the environment through community work. The project consisted in generation an area of recreation while providing viable

Pasto vetiver

solutions to the environment issues on site. The project includes multiuse fields for

Chrysopogon zizanioides

sports, large areas for picnics or other activities such as flying kites. The rehabilitation of the lagoon was crucial so that activities like boat navigation could take place.

Junco Cyperus lacustris

Cola de Caballo Equisetum hyemale

Tule Typha dominguensis

Aquatic Vegetation Palette

Rendering with proposed activities on the edges of the lagoon

Conservation Areas Regenerative Actions Induced Vegetation Areas

Conceptual Master Plan 0

1000

2000

5000m

N Lagoon Panoramic View

Freelance Project


9 · LO ST C I T I E S

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Lost Cities Gustavo A. Madero, Mexico City Metropolitan Area, Mexico DenCity Competition / In collaboration with Lina Sverdrup

22.5

Million People

‘ciudad perdida’ intervention

CD MX

20% of Mexico´s poputalion

60% citizens live in

Lost Cities

The biggest green area in Mexico City Metropolitan Area, located between

Green Area [ m2 / citzen ]

Gustavo A. Madero and Tlalnepantla, is being consumed by an irregular

9 m2 OMS

3.5 m2 CDMX

settlement, despite

Our proposal consists on the creation of a

the hardship that the

modulated prototype which would be sold at the

landscape possess.

nearest government office.

Mexico City and Metropolitan Area

N

vertical densification proposal

The introduction of vegetation is also proposed. Into the settlements, walls, rooftops and even sidewalks will be covered with plants which would be easy due to the environmental conditions of this part of the city, becoming, this way, a green area itself.

Section

Freelance Project / DenCity Competition

Satelite View of the Area of Intervention


9 ¡ LO ST C I T I E S

The prototype is made out of wood, steel and plastic and it is designed to be installed on top of the existing houses to create a vertical growth in stead of a

vertical

horizontal one, in other terms, densify the existing settlements, taking

construction

advantage of existing services and layout of this lost cities, not affecting the

+

large green areas

sense of belonging and the informal identity of the neighborhoods. high life quality

sense

&

of belonging

prototype

existing house

The developing process of this proposal will be on stages, just as it happens nowadays and will have a low cost in order to encourage people to continue growing upward.

Prototypes on existing buildings Rendering

Freelance Project / DenCity Competition


10 · RGML OFFICES

1 0 R G M L O ffi c e s

N

Escandón, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Mexico Freelance Project

The project includes parking with vegetation, the main Readaptation of an old house

entrance, terrace on

to a mini office complex.

the second floor and

Design development, which

an interior garden.

Main Entrance Plan 0

1

2

3

4

5

10m

consisted of the landscape design of all the exterior areas of the offices.

Internal Patio

Vehicular Entrance Photosim Deck

de PVC gris medio

Piedra

de río blanca

The vegetation palette proposed included green, blue and purple tones to match the Main Entrance Photosim Macetas Fibra de vidrio negro

Macetas Concreto colado

Material Pallet

Freelance Project

minimalistic and cold color palette of the exterior and the interior design of the offices.


10 · RGML OFFICES

Helecho Macho Dryopteris filix-mas

Niña en Barca Tradescantia pallida

Plúmbago Fornio Plumbago auriculata Phormium tenax

Estipa Stipa tenuifolia

Lantana Morada

Romero

Lantana Montevidensis

Rosmarinus officinalis

Salvia Salvia officinalis

Lavandula angustifolia

Hiedra Hedera helix

Artemisa Artemisia vulgaris

Helecho Cuerno de Chivo Dicksonia spp.

Palma Licuala Licuala grandis

Lavanda

Terrace Photosim

The proposal is very monocromatic but still adding some hints of color to make it lively.

Vegetation Palette

Freelance Project


1 1 · L AVA ST. 2 7 9 . 2

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L ava S t . 2 7 9 . 2 Jardínes del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico Freelance Project

Conceptual Plan / Organization of Species

N

0

1

2

Photosim / Interior View

Remodelling of residential garden. Removal and replanting of all vegetation on the site.

All the existing vegetation was removed, recicled and reused. An entire vegetation palette was proposed. The proposed vegetation included flowers and various tones of green.

Vegetation Palette

Photosim / Exterior View

Freelance Project

5m


1 1 ¡ L AVA ST. 2 7 9 . 2

The vegetation palette proposed included species that are native to the area as well as well as existing elements such as the large trees and the Yuccas. There is also a small stone path located on the middle of the hill. This path is to allow maintenance even on the far edges of the garden.

Front Garden Vegetation

Back Garden Vegetation

Back Garden Vegetation

Combining colors and textures the garden was reimagined.

Back Garden Vegetation

Freelance Project


1 2 · LO S E N C A N TO S

1 2 l o s e n c a nt o s Yautepec, Morelos, Mexico Freelance Project in collaboration with: Rodrigo Barreto, Eduardo Ramírez, & Carlos Tellez

Housing complex on a 2.5 acre lot, located on a town 50 km from Mexico City.

The landscape proposal’s main goal was to achieve harmony between the constructions and the vegtation, preserving the natural and existing environment as much as possible.

Site location

Birds-eye view of the entire complex

N

General Section

Freelance Project


1 2 ¡ LO S E N C A N TO S

The project includes elements such as: 16 single-family homes and 8 apartments (emplacement); a common use pool; green, permeable parking; waste storage area with containers to recycle and separate waste; storage area; pedestrian and biycle paths; gateway with security 24/7; and large recreational and contemplative gardens.

Swimming Pool Rendering

The emplacement of the constructions was determined by the location of the existing large trees on site. This master plan made the possible the salvation of 70% of the existing vegetation. The material selection was made taking into account local reasources.

Pedestrian Paths Rendering

Swimming Pool Entrance Rendering

Master Plan / General Plan View

N

0

5

10

20

50m

Vegetation Palette

Freelance Project


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