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| 1 | Taller Activo | 2 | Adelca Milagro | 3 | Almendro Residence | 4 | Guanajuato Hospital | 5 | Other Projects | 6 | Further Experimentation
| rst prize + construction | urban regeneration with scarce resources | Queretaro Mexico | Collaboration Andrea Esquivel - Ivan Urbino
As a rst attempt to link academic aspirations with real life affairsthe University of Tecnolgico de Monterrey Campus Quertaro decided
to create a contest that would invest with scarce resources in a residual urban space. My team was fortunate to win the rst contest developed
by the university and build the project.
| 1 | Taller Activo
The community demandedan strategic use of this abandonedspace.
Maintenance would be unavailablebecause of lack of resources.
Crime was frequent due to the low public interest in this space.
Current users were pedestrians whoused this space as a shortcut.
Vandalismo en las calles, poco mantenimiento
Basura basura basura
Yo slo paso para cortar camino
Green Private Zone
Terrain Programmatic Potentials
Existing Lighting Usage
Points of interest
Existing natural paths
MEDIUM LEVELPedestrian paths are constructed
using tezontle and rocks.
INTENSE LEVELSpecific locations where
programmatic solutions are needed.
SUPERFICIAL LEVELThe urban space is cleaned.
strategyLEVELS OF INTERVENTIONTo intervene in both solving thegeneral problem of maintenancein the whole public space and creating a significant programmaticsolution we needed to strategicallyperform levels of intervention.
Oasis Brick Structure Artificial Oasis
| 2 | Adelca Milagro
| master plan design | Steel work company | | Milagro, Ecuador |
Industrial architecture has the highest potentials of involvement as a young architect, that is why my rst professional involvement was through the industry.
Then of various interventions I was fortunate to participate with Adelca.
Adelca (Ecuadorian Steel Work Company) was developing a major industrial complex in the coast of Ecuador.
I was trusted with the design of various employee buildings and got involved in the major plan of the complex.
This project was highly ambitious in promoting bicycle circulations for employees
and low use of air-conditioning.
learning from informality
symbiotic relationship in porchWhile the Interior building: receives cool air at entrance pedestrian receives shadow and rain protection.
Climate comfort is a key element in Latin American coastal cities which is highly understood in informal architecture.There is a symbiotic relation between buildings and city generated in sidewalks. This works regardless of building function and aesthetic style. This initial observation was key in creating buildings that respond to its climate. .
the informal citysection of typical house section of project
A plan that enables individual expansionwithout losing its core
A plan that promotes bicycle transportationintegrating it to pedestrian circulationsas the main source of transportation
buildings stretched in NS directionto minimize excessive heat solar gain
Dressing rooms are directlyaccessible by biking transportation.
Open Restaurant promotes equalityfor workers and managers
Training rooms are in free planto promote group collaboration classes.
master planFour major buildings integrate in acentral core that promotes interweaving of employees, managers, etc.
An office free plan that can adjust to future building expansions
Individual Area 40%Circulations 60% Total Area / Place 6.00 m
Individual Area 60%Communal Area 40%Total Area / Place 4.90 m
High rise windows eliminates heatcreated by computers
individual building strategy
File clerck incorporated into facade
Slabs cantilever protects Ecuadors maximum sun inclination
Some passive systems where also designed in detail.
The office original layout was changed to a more collaborative layout.
| 3 | Almendro Residence
Suburban residence in Cumbaya Quito |
A suburban residence gifted with extraordinary views of the valley of Cumbaya. This residence overlaps layers of garden to enhance
the valley view and opens its served spaces to the exterior.
Interior vs Exterior permeability
Enhancing views with garden
Distribution according to served and servant spaces
2 columnas de madera
anclaje con perno
anclaje con perno
2 vigas principales de madera
vigas secundarias madera
escalones de madera
empotrados a muro
barandal apoyado a muro
anclaje con perno
VIGA EN EJE
PRETIL COLADO EN SITIO H: 5CM
| 4 | Guanajuato Health Center
Final Project ITESM | Collaboration Andrea Esquivel Gabriela Macias Ivan Amel Urbino |
Exploring the city of Guanajuato became the rst priorityto recognize its major needs and potentials.
Then of exploring its historical vocations, and current necessities it was evident that a health vocation was necessary
especially in suburban Guanajuato.This Health Center aims to satisfy a need
that was found impoverished both in Guanajuato and its surroundings.
guanajuatos historical vocation
Guanajuato has been able to evolve throughout its history reinventing its identity and maintaining a convenient urbanity. However the future is threatened by lack of planning.
1800 - 1888 1900 - 19201927 - 1955
1993 - P
risk zones vs health centers
risk infection zones
ESCALA GRAFICA APROXIMADA
0 100 200 300 500 m.
LIBRAMIENTO OESTE 7 min
CONEXIN MARFIL 8 min
CENTRO DE GTO 4 min
choosing the site
Selection of site in secondary road to
avoid trafc jams
Node where 3 important accesscross
A lack of health infrastructure and many risk infectionzones could seriously risk the future of Guanajuatos population health.
breathing building nal modelhighlight entrances
program in site terrace topography program
A RAYOS X
programmatic interaction of usersIt was essential to understand users interaction in the interior of the hospitalto design its plan.
| 5 | Other Projects
Non Architectural Projects
PARAMETERS excava = (plintoz+replan+mejor+columnetaz)*(plintox+(anchlib*2))*(plintoy+(anchlib*2))PARAMETERS desal = 1.3*((columnetax*columnetay*columnetaz)+(plintox*plintoy*plintoz)+(plintox*plintoy*replan)+(mejor*(plintox+(anchlib*2))*(plintoy+(anchlib*2))))PARAMETERS rellmat = (excava - (desal/1.3))PARAMETERS mejres = mejor*(plintox+(anchlib*2))*(plintoy+(anchlib*2))PARAMETERS hormigonr = replan*plintox*plintoyPARAMETERS hormigonp = (plintox*plintoy*plintoz)PARAMETERS hormigonc = (columnetax*columnetay*columnetaz)PARAMETERS encofrac = (2*columnetax*columnetaz)+(2*columnetay*columnetaz)PARAMETERS encofrap = ((2*plintox*plintoz)+(2*plintoy*plintoz))*anliPARAMETERS aceror = (hormigonp+hormigonc)*120PARAMETERS mallae = (plintox*plintoy)
IF acerpreg = "0" THEN aceror = 0ENDIF
RECT2 -(plintox/2), -(plintoy/2), (plintox/2), (plintoy/2)RECT2 -(columnetax/2), -(columnetay/2), (columnetax/2), (columnetay/2)LINE2 -(plintox/2), -(plintoy/2), (plintox/2), (plin