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  • 1. PORTFOLIO CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 2. 2 Curriculum Vitae CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 3. 3 PERSONAL INFORMATION Mobile phone Email LinkedIn Nationality Driving License +34 659 318 061 carlosnietoventaja@gmail.com es.linkedin.com/pub/carlos-nieto-ventaja Spanish B EDUCATION October 2005 - March 2013 October 2009 - July 2010 Architecture Degree [5 years] | E.T.S. Arquitectura de Granada Mark: 7,48/10 Erasmus Programme | Facoltà di Architettura. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Italy. TRAINING Revit Architecture 2013 Course | ES+Arquitectura, Málaga | V International Workshop of Architectural Restoration and Urban Regeneration | International University of Andalucía. Baeza, Jaén | 3D Studio Max+Vray Course | Centro InfoArt Granada | AutoCAD 2D+3D Course | Microcad Formación Málaga | October 2013 November 2012 December 2010 July 2006 25 hours 70 hours 30 hours 40 hours WORK EXPERIENCE April 2013 - June 2013 January 2012 - April 2012 February 2011 - Currently Contributor Architect in the studio “Juan Moya Arquitectura”. Competition EUROPAN 12. Internship in the firm “Quintect Arquitectura y Urbanismo”. Personal teacher of subjects related to architecture. PUBLICATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS Publication in the website www.thecompetitionsblog.com. Competition EUROPAN 12. Exhibition “Miradas al Negratín”. Selection of the best final projects of ETS Arquitectura. “Serrallo Plaza: Una historia dibujada.” Design process of this commercial area project. January 2014 October 2013 March 2012 LANGUAGE SKILLS COMPUTER SKILLS Spanish English Italian French German AutoCAD 2D+3D, 3D Studio Max+Vray, Revit (BIM) Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Corel Draw CYPE Presto Word, Excel, PowerPoint Mother tongue B2 | First Certificate in English. Cambridge ESOL B2 | Certificato Universitá degli Studi di Firenze A2 A1 OTHER SKILLS Strong team work | Easy learning | Intellectual curiosity | Excellent organization | Willpower | Accuracy | Hard-working INTERESTS Design and drawing |Travelling | Sport | Reading | Music CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 4. 4 Index CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 5. 5 Competition 10 PFC Altiplano Visitor Centre 2012 14 20 22 Restauración Via Borgo Pinti Urban Restoration 2010 Graphic tools V LIRAU Palacio de Mancera Restoration 2012 Proyectos V LAF Cultural and Exhibition Area 2010 Training 6 Urbanística V La Azulejera Partial Plan 2011 Workshop Europan 12 | SPECIAL MENTION Reversibilidad eCOlectiva 2013 24 28 CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 6. 6 THE STRATEGY Reversibilidad eCOlectiva CURRENT HEAVY INDUSTRY AND POTENTIAL ECOSOCIAL INDUSTRY IN GOIERRI [[Urretxu-Irimo.Guipúzcoa]] The obsolescence of the industrial areas in Goierri highlights the instability of a generic model urban distanced from the slow and complex social transformations. The process of resource con- sumption-industrial production is presented as an open- INDUSTRIAL AND NATURAL LANDSCAPE INTERSECTION CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT cycle that must find a way to close to be sustained. The strategy supports reversing the direction of the process, by means of supra-reusing (upcycling) industrial infrastructures as technological means capable of projecting a socio-economic process of environmental production and dissemination over the territory. Reuse of industrial pollution now becomes the raw material consumption of new “ecosocial factories” that will return the natural resources that had been taken before. Boundaries and preconceived labels of architecture are diluted, building a dormant infrastructural landscape with urban energy available for its manipulation, and capable of absorbing elastically the times and changes of the social activity. Collective actions will give specificity to the urban model through natural and artificial devices of urban colonization, being able to debug the landscape and, thus, creating favorable conditions for social cohesion at each position in space-time line.
  • 7. june 2013 europan 12 SPECIAL MENTION 7 THE MODEL PROJECT AXONOMETRIC SIMULATION OF THE URBAN COLONIZATION PROCESS CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 8. 8 THE MODEL Reversibilidad eCOlectiva [[Urretxu-Irimo.Guipúzcoa]] SECTION A-A SECTION B-B SECTION C-C CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 9. june 2013 europan 12 SPECIAL MENTION 9 THE PROCESS ECOSOCIAL CYCLE CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 10. 10 Palacio de Mancera Restoration “MARQUÉS DE MANCERA” SITE PLAN AND HYPOTHESIS OF THE FORMER URBAN TRACES ELEVATIONS FOTOPIANO CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT [[Úbeda.Jaén]] Ubeda is a very important historical city, not only because of its Renaissance architecture, but also for the surrounding landscape that is introduced in the city. Vázquez de Molina Square, where Marqués de Mancera Palace is located, was a complex urban intervention in order to represent the new power area. Marqués de Mancera Palace, built is in the 17th century, part of the prototype of the contemporary governmental architecture. The tower on the corner highlights its importance and reflects the influence of the Moorish architecture. The rest of the palace is built around it throughout the following years, always remaining a backyard which has evolved from cemetery to garden, parking or access to the building . This work aims to develop a hypothesis to explain the historical setting of Marqués de Mancera Palace and the urban traces in which it is inserted. Thereafter we identify and keep the true architectural elements to their subsequent restoration, and, finally, we suggest a recycling project to transform the palace into a complementary building to the adjacent Municipal Court.
  • 11. november 2012 5º lirau 11 SECTION FOTOPIANO HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT HYPOTHESIS CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 12. 12 Palacio de Mancera Restoration CEILING PLANS TOWER PATHOLOGIES CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA TOWER CEILING AND ELEVATIONS ARCHITECT [[Úbeda.Jaén]]
  • 13. november 2012 5º lirau 13 TOWER CONSTRUCTION CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 14. 14 Altiplano Visitor Centre The project is located on the shore of the Negratín reservoir, specifically in the Zújar Thermal Baths. The Altiplano de Granada, which is located in the nothern part of the mentioned province, is a territory of contrasts, where you can go through one of the most arid steppes in the country and suddenly be surrounded by an amazing green landscape. In the site project we can see how nature appears in layers (water, clay, scrub, vegetation, sky), so the future intervention should respect these environmental deteminants. In addition, this place has an important historical burden, currently almost imperceptible. After a thorough study of its historical development, the project idea consists of recovering and reinterpreting the existing traces, and particularly reestablishing the connection between the Zújar Thermal Baths and the monastery “La Granja”. Consequently, it is necessary to create an itinerary that restores the value of the existing infrastructure, keeping in mind both the landscape and the topography. The functional program consists of a visitor centre (exhibition area, thermal baths, restaurant, offices), accommodation, an activity centre, and a documentation centre. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION - PROJECT BASIS SITE PLAN CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA [[Baños de Zújar.Granada]] ARCHITECT
  • 15. march 2013 15 pfc VISITOR CENTRE LONGITUDINAL SECTION AXONOMETRIC - USES GROUND FLOOR CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 16. 16 Altiplano Visitor Centre [[Baños de Zújar.Granada]] 2 1 2 CONSTRUCTIVE SECTION 1-1 CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 17. march 2013 pfc 17 17 ELEVATION THERMAL BATHS SECTION FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTIVE SECTION 2-2 CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 18. 18 Altiplano Visitor Centre [[Baños de Zújar.Granada]] ACTIVITY CENTRE STRCUTURE PLANS ACCESS ELEVATION RESERVOIR ELEVATION ACTIVITY CENTRE-QUAY SECTION CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 19. march 2013 19 pfc DOCUMENTATION CENTRE “LA GRANJA” WEST ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION GROUND FLOOR EAST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION SECTION FIRST FLOOR SECOND FLOOR TOWER FLOOR CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 20. 20 La Azulejera Partial Plan PRELIMINARY STUDIES The study area is called “Zona Norte”, and it is an ​ expansion district of the city with a rural society inserted in an urban habitat. The adjacent neighborhoods have an intricate urban configuration, which favors its isolation from the rest of the city. It predominates a marginal population, with an alarming lack of education and limited resources. It is also important to underline the terrible urban planning that the local government has carried out here. The Partial Plan should mainly include housing, sport and education facilities, and green areas, as well as the intention to reestablish the value of the 800 level route, a itinerary around the city which links this zone to the “Alhambra”. The proposed partial plan is built around an infrastructure network which tries to connect the project area to the rest of the city. It aims to provide internal spaces that encourage neighborly relationship. The continuous presence of people will avoid crime and bad habits: a space with traffic of people will always be a safer space. These spaces will be distributed throughout the intervention area, connected between them by means of a green pedestrian street and a commercial one. SITE PLAN CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA [[Granada]] ARCHITECT
  • 21. june 2011 21 urbanística 5 HOUSING-PUBLIC SPACE SECTION COMMERCIAL STREET - NIGHT SECTION COMMERCIAL STREET - DAY SECTION CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 22. 22 LAF Cultural and Exhibition Area BROMLEY BY BOW PREEXISTENCES IN THE PROJECT AREA PROJECT ROOF FLOOR PLAN LAF CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA LAF ARCHITECT [[Bromley by Bow.London]] The intervention is developed in London, particularly in a degraded area in which converge an obsolete industry and a marginal neighbourhood with several ethnic groups. The celebration of the Olympic Games in 2012 is an extraordinary opportunity for the district of Bromley by Bow (next to the sport facilities) to get a great qualitative leap. The project is performed in a block where there is an art center (Limehouse Art Foundation) sorrounded by an abandoned industrial infrastructure. The design aims to make the most of these pre-existing buildings, keeping those that are valid in order to address the current use towards a cultural and artistic one that could support the LAF centre. The project will be articulated by the existing traces, as well as it will make an effort to open towards the river system, which is being regenerated at the urban level. Thus, the intervention consists of a series of open and closed spaces that contain the different uses of the functional program: indoor and outdoor exhibition area, conference room, accommodation for art students, museum, audiovisual production school, shop and bookstore, a canoes stand, and a barrestaurant.
  • 23. june 2010 proyectos 4 23 GROUND FLOOR CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 24. 24 Via Borgo Pinti Urban Restoration [[Florence]] Borgo Pinti is one of the main roads in the north-south axis of the historical centre of Florence. It is one of the oldest streets in the city, so a lot of palatial-houses of the most important families were placed here (e.g. the Roffia sixteenth century Palace or the fifteenth century Marzichi-Lenzi Palace). After an analysis of the historical evolution of the road from the eleventh century to the present, the work objective is a survey of the street elevation to evaluate its current condition: materials, colours, degradation level and a catalogue of the characteristic architectural elements. After this initial study, we focus on the building that it is considered in the worst conditions. The intervention suggests a rehabilitation strategy: a restitution of the typical elements of the Florence centre, as well as a restoration of the exterior and interior deteriorated components. In this case, it is completely necessary to proceed to an underpinning of the existing foundation, a load-bearing wall shoring, and a restoration and structural reinforcement of the wooden floors, with rotten and deformed ceiling joists. CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 25. february 2010 restauración 25 CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 26. 26 Via Borgo Pinti Urban Restoration UNDERPINNING OF EXISTING FOUNDATION CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA LOAD-BEARING WALL SHORING ARCHITECT [[Florence]]
  • 27. february 2010 restauración 27 RESTORATION AND STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT OF TIMBER DECKS CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 28. 28 Sketches and drawings CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 29. 29 CV COMPETITION WORKSHOP TRAINING GRAPHIC TOOLS
  • 30. 30 Rendering CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA ARCHITECT
  • 31. 31 es.linkedin.com/pub/carlos-nieto-ventaja
  • 32. CARLOS NIETO VENTAJA carlosnietoventaja@gmail.com +34 659 318 061 ARCHITECT