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Aquino House Project - Cesar Manrique


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Aquino House Project - Cesar Manrique

  1. 1. Aquino house project<br />Cesar Manrique<br />09-10474<br />Id-2125 english course<br />
  2. 2. Aquino house project:<br /> At USB students spend many hours of travel and class through day, then student’s performance can be reduced due to the lack of dream. Aquino house project is a project focus on solve that problemwith the constructionof a building that contains bedrooms to give rest toUSB’s students. House is originally constructed at Mexico city and designed by the architect Augusto Fernandez, and aquino house project for USB is a modificationof the original project in aspects like dimensions and internal spaces.<br /> Main client will be USB to benefit the students. This investment could improve student’s performance and also will be a recreation area for students. <br /> Aquino house project is proposed to be located at USB’s gardens, where noise from buses and cars is low and distance is some short from other buildings around. Roads doesn’t exist, then aquino house project pretends to use existing roads at USB’s gardens. Project try to connect architecture with nature.<br /> Some material used in the house are ironand steel, wood, glass, bricks and reinforced concrete. Aquino house has a ‘’wallof glass’’ at north facade with iron and steel to give support. At west facade, main entry has a framed roof made of wood. Upper plant has a wood-covered floor with esthetics purposes. Aquino house has a rectangular shape, with rectangular cornersdelimited basicly by iron beams.<br /> Coming up will be presented many pictures about aquino house project with the process from location to different architectural views:<br />
  3. 3. Terrain choiced: USB’s gardens. Right picture: structure located at USB.<br />
  4. 4. Analysis of traffic and pedestrian flow, winds, views, ilumanition and surrounded landmarks.<br />
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  7. 7. Structural analysis: plans of the lower and upper floor and its different views.<br />
  8. 8. Structural analysis: north and south facades (bidimensional and tridimensional views)<br />
  9. 9. Structural analysis: east and west facades (bidimensional and tridimensional views)<br />