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CRISTOBAL HERAUD LITUMA
ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO - 2024
I was born in Madrid
Spain but I have lived
almost all my life in
Lima Peru, I am
currently a fifth year
architecture student. I
consider that
architecture is a
profession that is
learned through
experiences. Having
been lucky enough to
study the first three
years of my degree at
the UPC in Lima, Peru,
move to the European
University of Madrid,
Spain to finish my
studies and pre-
professional
internships in both
countries reinforce my
performance and
design capacity,
expanding my
professional horizon.
My desire to learn, my
perseverance and my
dedication in
everything I do, help
me achieve the
proposed objectives in
the best way. I believe
in the benefits of
working as a team,
valuing the good
communication that
this implies. In addition
to the works and
competitions that I
have successfully
completed in my
university career, I had
the opportunity to be
part of the Lima
Biennial 2021 and
demonstrate my
teamwork capacity.
I started my studies at
the UPC, Lima-Peru
/March 2019
Pre-professional
internship at DESSIN-
TECHNISCH
/January-April 2021
Team with cheng+franco
studio at BIALIMA
2021/August 2021
Diploma: GEA (grupo
de excelencia
académica) UPC
Exchange in Madrid at
European University of
Madrid UEM , Spain /
September 2021-June
2022
Pre-professional
internship at Porras
Guadiana Arquitectos/
September 2023
February 2024
Transfer to European
University of
Madrid/September
2022
Award for best pavilion
and sustainable pavilion
at FITUR with Amarillo
Studio
Studying my 5th and
last year of the
Architecture degree
at UEM
CRISTOBAL HERAUD LITUMA
CONTACT
Celphone: +34 667490124
E-Mail: cristobalheraud@gmail.com
linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cristobal-heraud-864b01212/
Instagram:instagram.com/cristobal_ heraud_arq (Company)
Mention of my
transformation project
in the publication of
the book “Reciclajes
Arquitectónicos”
/OCTOBER 2022
Pre-professional
internship at Amarillo
Studio / September
2022-January 2023
INDEX
01. OFFICE BUILDING IN LIMA 02. SITE MUEAUM “KUELAP UNDERGROUND”
03. ”CARABANLINK”ART DISTRICT CARABANCHEL 04. ”CON-TAIN-ART” ART HUB IN CARABANCHEL
05.REDIFINING LIFE IN A RIVER IN LIMA (RIO RIMAC) 06. CAMPUS NEW BUILDING AT UEM MADRID
OFFICE BUILDING IN LIMA
The project is an office building in the San Isidro district in the city of Lima. It has
two double-height floors in the lower part where public and common use programs are
distributed and 12 floors of offices. Open floor plans were sought so that they are
flexible and accommodate the needs of the tenants or owners.
DESIGN PROJECTS 4 / 2020 (UPC)
The building has a large open central void, which runs
through the entire building, unifying and integrating
all the floors. This void arises from the plaza created
at street level towards the Andrés Avelino Cáceres
park. With the open void we tried to include the nature
of the park into the building. The aim was to integrate
the building into the immediate surroundings, giving a
large space to the city.
SCHEMES/DESIGN PROCESS AND VIEWS
GROUND FLOOR – “TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN” - SECTION
Place to complete the Kuelap experience. The project is strategically located next to the road to the KUELAP citadel, designed so
that all tourists, who want to go further, visit the project. Both before and after visiting Kuelap. Open environments and fluid
circulation were sought, the relationship with the outside occurs from all spaces.
The project includes a large exhibition hall and a large restaurant to meet and satisfy the user's expectations and needs. In addition,
it has a restoration area and bedrooms for archaeologists who work in the museum.
SITE MUSEUM“KUELAP UNDERGROUND”
DESIGN PROJECTS 5 / 2021 (UPC)
…
RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ENVIRONMENT /
LAND ART WORK AND PROJECT FOOTPRINT
AXONOMETRICS
SITE SPECIFIC
FLOOR PLAN – SECTION A
VIEWS
CARABANLINK
The project located in the Carabanchel district, Madrid will give artistic value to forgotten or abandoned opportunities, to residual spaces, by creating
spaces for artists to live and produce. Additionally, new art centers will be created to promote local contemporary art, by creating a network connecting
existing and new art centers via an elevated pedestrian path. This will be used to connect and shorten distances for both artists and the public, allowing
them to enjoy the art production implemented in the district. This project will provide a new identity to Carabanchel as we know it today, turning it into a
"utopian" panorama for all those interested in contemporary art.
DESIGN PROJECTS G6 / 2023 – (UEM)
HOW?
The promenade/causeway network strategy seeks to create shortcuts and
connections for the artistic community of Carabanchel. The goal is to establish
a new art district that will attract people from all over Madrid. The elevated
path will allow it to expand beyond the delimited area and connect with the rest
of the city, especially through the metro stations. The aim is to change people's
perspective and give a utopian identity to the Carabanchel art network.
WHERE?
-INTERVENTION AREA: 110 ha
-EMPTY PLOTS FOR OPPORTUNITIES (for future
art centers): 7 PLOTS
-LOW BUILDING OPPORTUNITY: 32 BUILDINGS
(artist residences)
The project aims to connect; The path will connect
with the street level at meeting points, places
where people need to go, such as subway stations,
and those they like to go to, such as parks and
squares, as well as artists' galleries.
MATERIALS:
It is contemplated that the project will be carried out using recycled or reused
industrial materials, such as shipping containers and scaffolding for the
structure, with the aim of considering the useful life of the architecture.
Regarding the price of reused containers, it is necessary to take transportation
into account. Transport 200 km without unloading: €480 per truck (1×40’ or
2×20’). Including delivery, the total cost will be approximately €700. Prices for
second-hand containers in Valencia (about 400 km away) would imply a transport
cost of €400 to Carabanchel.
LIVING UNIT OPTIONS FOR 1 OR 2 ARTISTS
ZOOM IN OF THE IMPLANTATION (ARTIST COMMUNITY)
VIEWS
CON-TAIN-ART
The new art center in Carabanchel, Madrid, is located in the arts district south of the city center. Its purpose is to promote art in the district and provide a
safe space for local artists to share their work with the community and the world. The design is divided into two parts: below and above street level.
Underground, the center features permanent and temporary exhibition spaces, event rooms, a café and more. These spaces are buried to highlight their
importance and connection to the surrounding land, representing an enduring aspect of the center's existence. Above street level, a lightweight structure
made from recycled materials such as containers and construction scaffolding create an elevated sculptural plaza. This part of the design offers flexibility,
as the materials have a shorter life cycle and can be easily replaced or rearranged. This approach ensures that public and cultural spaces in the district
remain clear.
DESIGN PROJECTS G6 / 2023 – (UEM)
The 18 meter high grid structure
planned for the elevated area is
assembled using reused and recycled
materials such as scaffolding and
shipping containers. This decision
allows for adaptability and constant
transformation. By incorporating new
recycled elements and redesigning
the elevated space, the project gains
its own unique character and infinite
life cycle. The transformation
process is efficient, similar to
erecting a scaffolding structure,
with the use of a crane to move the
containers. In one week, the entire
center can be completely transformed
depending on the requirements or the
arrival of new guest artists.
SITE RELATIONSHIP/ELEVATIONS/CONSTRUCTION PROCESS
SECTION
The section reinforces the concept of the project where the two parts are easily perceived: the basement houses exhibition spaces, events and a cafeteria, all
buried to highlight their importance and connection with the environment, representing an enduring aspect of the center's existence. Above street level, a
lightweight structure made from recycled materials forms an elevated sculptural plaza, offering flexibility and allowing easy reorganization of public and
cultural spaces in the district to keep them clear.
PLOT PLAN (RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CONTEXT)
FLOOR PLANS AND SECTIONS
VIEWS
REDIFINING LIFE NEXT TO THE RIVER - RIO RIMAC
INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION “GRAFTING” DESIGN PROJECTS G7 / 2024 (UEM)
The Rio Rimac, the main river in Lima, Peru, supplies water to the city's 10 million residents. However, the river faces contamination issues, necessitating
intensive cleaning of water from the Andes. Despite efforts, the potable water in Lima remains unsafe. In 2023, a rise in the river displaced 1200
people who lacked information and faced insufficient authority intervention in building homes along the riverbanks. The recurrent Niño phenomenon,
happening every 3-4 years, worsens the situation, causing disasters in riverfront settlements with increased water levels.
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The approach embraces a circular economy lifestyle along the Rio Rimac.
In a pursuit of utmost sustainability, the implementation involves the
placement of prefabricated modules on-site. These modules serve as
innovative devices aimed at elevating the human experience within a more
harmonious and natural environment. This architectural vision seeks to
intertwine modern living with ecological consciousness, fostering a
symbiotic relationship between residents and their surroundings along
the Rio Rimac.
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The construction process of the
residential unit is divided into two
main phases: prefabrication and on-
site assembly. The foundation
consists of a single-piece structural
concrete precast element, while the
upper section features a timber
structure with curved frames and
Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) slabs,
all prefabricated. Specifically
designed timber panels on the north
facade act as sun-controlling
elements, providing shade when open
and reducing radiation when closed.
Due to its proximity to the river, the
module is embedded in the terrain
with a substantial foundation.
The assembly of the top part occurs
on-site, with the MEP system
connected to function as a water
cleaner and collector. During rising
river tide, the flooded portion of the
base filters and cleans the water
before storing it, which is then
pumped and utilized as a water supply
for the apartment’s needs. The
strategic storage optimizes the
module’s capacity to harness water
at varying heights throughout the
year.
The residential unit module consists
of eight apartments ranging from
53.50m2 to 118.00m2, with one and
two bedrooms. Access is facilitated
through a staircase or elevator, with
the "ground floor" at +9 meters. A
communal terrace at this level
fosters a sense of community,
providing space for residents to
gather, enjoy scenic views, host
friends, witness the sunset, or
engage in quiet reading. Shielded
from wind and direct sunlight by a
wall of plants, the terrace functions
as a comfortable intermediate area.
Each room within the apartment
offers a view of the river, with living
rooms providing stunning
perspectives of the sunset. This
architectural arrangement
seamlessly integrates living spaces
with natural elements, enhancing the
overall quality of the living
environment.
VIEWS
CAMPUS NEW BUILDING AT UEM
Proposal for a mixed use equipment in the UEM Campus in Villaviciosa de Odón, achieving highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability.
The goal is to design a building that hosts a new library and canteen&cafeteria, modelling, simulating and adapting cyclically technical systems
and architectural design so to achieve and integrated and coherent entity.
The proposal provides an area enabled for events (possibly temporary, with movable furniture) in the library, a column-free area in which a 15 m
diameter circle can be inscribed. Focusing on an optimal acoustic conditioning of both library and
canteen&cafeteria, and promoting the preferential use of natural light in the lecture hall during the whole year, in every post and at every hour.
TECHNOLOGICAL INTEGRATION WORKSHOP / 2024 (UEM)
The architectural design begins with a thorough analysis of the
site, which offers favorable characteristics such as a flat terrain
and scenic views of the campus and lake.
Each building is strategically oriented to optimize site utilization,
sunlight exposure, and radiation. The library features a
multifunctional double-height hall at its core, offering versatility
for various activities such as informal gatherings, exhibitions, or
presentations. Additionally, measures for acoustic isolation are
implemented to minimize noise disruptions within the reading hall,
ensuring a conducive environment for studying and learning.
The design process prioritizes functionality and separates the library (left) and dining hall
(right) into distinct structures to meet normative requirements and ensure independent
access for students. To facilitate connectivity, a connecting building is introduced to
centralize services, utility rooms, restrooms, and circulation.
Built total surface : 2 412 m2
PASSIVE STRATEGIES
The architectural design opts for a curtain wall
system from slab to slab, allowing for
transparency and anchored with tilt-and-turn
openings to facilitate cross ventilation inside the
building. Additionally, a system of vertical hinged
panels with horizontal wooden latticework is
implemented for protection against solar
radiation. Four types of panel will be fabricated
all with the same substructure and size, the only
difference will be the opacity of the horizontal
timber battens due to the different orientation or
uses that occur inside of each space. These will be
mounted on a substructure attached to the
structure of the building itself, thus covering the
curtain wall parts of the library building where
the light has to be more controlled.
Curtain walls offer several advantages, including
aesthetic appeal, abundant natural light, energy
efficiency, sound insulation, weather protection,
thermal comfort, sustainability, and low
maintenance. On the other hand, latticework
provides benefits such as sunlight control,
natural ventilation, privacy, energy efficiency,
architectural enhancement. Together, these
features contribute to the functionality,
sustainability, and visual appeal of the building's
envelope design.
Lightweight skylights: (on top of multifunctional
room)
A lightweight aluminum prefabricated skylights
will work as joists covering and laying on top of
the beams that are holding the 15 m span free
space. These skylights are designed+d to have an
inclination of 42° that allows to block the sun
rays and heat in summer. And on the contrary in
winter let the radiation and heat in.
Summer view (shadow) Winter view (light)
CLIMATIZATION:
The integration of geothermal energy with air handling
units for building climatization underscores a commitment
to efficiency, sustainability, and environmental
responsibility. By harnessing stable Earth temperatures,
geothermal systems work synergistically with modern air
handling units to efficiently heat or cool the building
while minimizing energy consumption. This collaboration
not only enhances energy efficiency but also ensures
consistent indoor comfort throughout the year,
regardless of external weather conditions. Moreover,
the integration of geothermal energy and air handling
units leads to lower operational costs over the system's
lifespan, contributing to long-term sustainability and
environmental stewardship. This holistic approach to
climate control sets a benchmark for eco-friendly
construction practices and promotes a more sustainable
and energy-conscious future.
MEP INTEGRATION- DRAWINGS- INSTALLATIONS
AXONOMETRIC views – ELEVATIONS- PLOT PLAN- INTEGRATED SECTION
The project overview highlights the dynamic façade design, resembling a dance in its movement
and form. The strategic orientation of the building ensures the creation of shadows that
enhance the usability of outdoor spaces, such as the cafeteria's terrace and the adjacent
garden. This deliberate shading not only increases comfort for users but also encourages the
utilization of exterior areas for activities such as reading, studying, and dining, all while
enjoying views of the university's lake.
CONTACTO
Móvil: +34 667490124
Correo: cristobalheraud@gmail.com
CRISTOBAL HERAUD
ENLACE A PORTAFOLIO ACADÉMICO
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PORTFOLIO DE ARQUITECTURA CRISTOBAL HERAUD 2024

  • 2. I was born in Madrid Spain but I have lived almost all my life in Lima Peru, I am currently a fifth year architecture student. I consider that architecture is a profession that is learned through experiences. Having been lucky enough to study the first three years of my degree at the UPC in Lima, Peru, move to the European University of Madrid, Spain to finish my studies and pre- professional internships in both countries reinforce my performance and design capacity, expanding my professional horizon. My desire to learn, my perseverance and my dedication in everything I do, help me achieve the proposed objectives in the best way. I believe in the benefits of working as a team, valuing the good communication that this implies. In addition to the works and competitions that I have successfully completed in my university career, I had the opportunity to be part of the Lima Biennial 2021 and demonstrate my teamwork capacity. I started my studies at the UPC, Lima-Peru /March 2019 Pre-professional internship at DESSIN- TECHNISCH /January-April 2021 Team with cheng+franco studio at BIALIMA 2021/August 2021 Diploma: GEA (grupo de excelencia académica) UPC Exchange in Madrid at European University of Madrid UEM , Spain / September 2021-June 2022 Pre-professional internship at Porras Guadiana Arquitectos/ September 2023 February 2024 Transfer to European University of Madrid/September 2022 Award for best pavilion and sustainable pavilion at FITUR with Amarillo Studio Studying my 5th and last year of the Architecture degree at UEM CRISTOBAL HERAUD LITUMA CONTACT Celphone: +34 667490124 E-Mail: cristobalheraud@gmail.com linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cristobal-heraud-864b01212/ Instagram:instagram.com/cristobal_ heraud_arq (Company) Mention of my transformation project in the publication of the book “Reciclajes Arquitectónicos” /OCTOBER 2022 Pre-professional internship at Amarillo Studio / September 2022-January 2023
  • 3. INDEX 01. OFFICE BUILDING IN LIMA 02. SITE MUEAUM “KUELAP UNDERGROUND” 03. ”CARABANLINK”ART DISTRICT CARABANCHEL 04. ”CON-TAIN-ART” ART HUB IN CARABANCHEL 05.REDIFINING LIFE IN A RIVER IN LIMA (RIO RIMAC) 06. CAMPUS NEW BUILDING AT UEM MADRID
  • 4. OFFICE BUILDING IN LIMA The project is an office building in the San Isidro district in the city of Lima. It has two double-height floors in the lower part where public and common use programs are distributed and 12 floors of offices. Open floor plans were sought so that they are flexible and accommodate the needs of the tenants or owners. DESIGN PROJECTS 4 / 2020 (UPC)
  • 5. The building has a large open central void, which runs through the entire building, unifying and integrating all the floors. This void arises from the plaza created at street level towards the Andrés Avelino Cáceres park. With the open void we tried to include the nature of the park into the building. The aim was to integrate the building into the immediate surroundings, giving a large space to the city. SCHEMES/DESIGN PROCESS AND VIEWS
  • 6. GROUND FLOOR – “TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN” - SECTION
  • 7. Place to complete the Kuelap experience. The project is strategically located next to the road to the KUELAP citadel, designed so that all tourists, who want to go further, visit the project. Both before and after visiting Kuelap. Open environments and fluid circulation were sought, the relationship with the outside occurs from all spaces. The project includes a large exhibition hall and a large restaurant to meet and satisfy the user's expectations and needs. In addition, it has a restoration area and bedrooms for archaeologists who work in the museum. SITE MUSEUM“KUELAP UNDERGROUND” DESIGN PROJECTS 5 / 2021 (UPC)
  • 8. … RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ENVIRONMENT / LAND ART WORK AND PROJECT FOOTPRINT AXONOMETRICS
  • 10. FLOOR PLAN – SECTION A
  • 11. VIEWS
  • 12. CARABANLINK The project located in the Carabanchel district, Madrid will give artistic value to forgotten or abandoned opportunities, to residual spaces, by creating spaces for artists to live and produce. Additionally, new art centers will be created to promote local contemporary art, by creating a network connecting existing and new art centers via an elevated pedestrian path. This will be used to connect and shorten distances for both artists and the public, allowing them to enjoy the art production implemented in the district. This project will provide a new identity to Carabanchel as we know it today, turning it into a "utopian" panorama for all those interested in contemporary art. DESIGN PROJECTS G6 / 2023 – (UEM)
  • 13. HOW? The promenade/causeway network strategy seeks to create shortcuts and connections for the artistic community of Carabanchel. The goal is to establish a new art district that will attract people from all over Madrid. The elevated path will allow it to expand beyond the delimited area and connect with the rest of the city, especially through the metro stations. The aim is to change people's perspective and give a utopian identity to the Carabanchel art network. WHERE? -INTERVENTION AREA: 110 ha -EMPTY PLOTS FOR OPPORTUNITIES (for future art centers): 7 PLOTS -LOW BUILDING OPPORTUNITY: 32 BUILDINGS (artist residences) The project aims to connect; The path will connect with the street level at meeting points, places where people need to go, such as subway stations, and those they like to go to, such as parks and squares, as well as artists' galleries. MATERIALS: It is contemplated that the project will be carried out using recycled or reused industrial materials, such as shipping containers and scaffolding for the structure, with the aim of considering the useful life of the architecture. Regarding the price of reused containers, it is necessary to take transportation into account. Transport 200 km without unloading: €480 per truck (1×40’ or 2×20’). Including delivery, the total cost will be approximately €700. Prices for second-hand containers in Valencia (about 400 km away) would imply a transport cost of €400 to Carabanchel.
  • 14. LIVING UNIT OPTIONS FOR 1 OR 2 ARTISTS
  • 15. ZOOM IN OF THE IMPLANTATION (ARTIST COMMUNITY)
  • 16. VIEWS
  • 17. CON-TAIN-ART The new art center in Carabanchel, Madrid, is located in the arts district south of the city center. Its purpose is to promote art in the district and provide a safe space for local artists to share their work with the community and the world. The design is divided into two parts: below and above street level. Underground, the center features permanent and temporary exhibition spaces, event rooms, a café and more. These spaces are buried to highlight their importance and connection to the surrounding land, representing an enduring aspect of the center's existence. Above street level, a lightweight structure made from recycled materials such as containers and construction scaffolding create an elevated sculptural plaza. This part of the design offers flexibility, as the materials have a shorter life cycle and can be easily replaced or rearranged. This approach ensures that public and cultural spaces in the district remain clear. DESIGN PROJECTS G6 / 2023 – (UEM)
  • 18. The 18 meter high grid structure planned for the elevated area is assembled using reused and recycled materials such as scaffolding and shipping containers. This decision allows for adaptability and constant transformation. By incorporating new recycled elements and redesigning the elevated space, the project gains its own unique character and infinite life cycle. The transformation process is efficient, similar to erecting a scaffolding structure, with the use of a crane to move the containers. In one week, the entire center can be completely transformed depending on the requirements or the arrival of new guest artists. SITE RELATIONSHIP/ELEVATIONS/CONSTRUCTION PROCESS
  • 19. SECTION The section reinforces the concept of the project where the two parts are easily perceived: the basement houses exhibition spaces, events and a cafeteria, all buried to highlight their importance and connection with the environment, representing an enduring aspect of the center's existence. Above street level, a lightweight structure made from recycled materials forms an elevated sculptural plaza, offering flexibility and allowing easy reorganization of public and cultural spaces in the district to keep them clear.
  • 20. PLOT PLAN (RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CONTEXT)
  • 21. FLOOR PLANS AND SECTIONS
  • 22. VIEWS
  • 23. REDIFINING LIFE NEXT TO THE RIVER - RIO RIMAC INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION “GRAFTING” DESIGN PROJECTS G7 / 2024 (UEM) The Rio Rimac, the main river in Lima, Peru, supplies water to the city's 10 million residents. However, the river faces contamination issues, necessitating intensive cleaning of water from the Andes. Despite efforts, the potable water in Lima remains unsafe. In 2023, a rise in the river displaced 1200 people who lacked information and faced insufficient authority intervention in building homes along the riverbanks. The recurrent Niño phenomenon, happening every 3-4 years, worsens the situation, causing disasters in riverfront settlements with increased water levels.
  • 24. 24 The approach embraces a circular economy lifestyle along the Rio Rimac. In a pursuit of utmost sustainability, the implementation involves the placement of prefabricated modules on-site. These modules serve as innovative devices aimed at elevating the human experience within a more harmonious and natural environment. This architectural vision seeks to intertwine modern living with ecological consciousness, fostering a symbiotic relationship between residents and their surroundings along the Rio Rimac.
  • 25. 25 The construction process of the residential unit is divided into two main phases: prefabrication and on- site assembly. The foundation consists of a single-piece structural concrete precast element, while the upper section features a timber structure with curved frames and Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) slabs, all prefabricated. Specifically designed timber panels on the north facade act as sun-controlling elements, providing shade when open and reducing radiation when closed. Due to its proximity to the river, the module is embedded in the terrain with a substantial foundation. The assembly of the top part occurs on-site, with the MEP system connected to function as a water cleaner and collector. During rising river tide, the flooded portion of the base filters and cleans the water before storing it, which is then pumped and utilized as a water supply for the apartment’s needs. The strategic storage optimizes the module’s capacity to harness water at varying heights throughout the year. The residential unit module consists of eight apartments ranging from 53.50m2 to 118.00m2, with one and two bedrooms. Access is facilitated through a staircase or elevator, with the "ground floor" at +9 meters. A communal terrace at this level fosters a sense of community, providing space for residents to gather, enjoy scenic views, host friends, witness the sunset, or engage in quiet reading. Shielded from wind and direct sunlight by a wall of plants, the terrace functions as a comfortable intermediate area. Each room within the apartment offers a view of the river, with living rooms providing stunning perspectives of the sunset. This architectural arrangement seamlessly integrates living spaces with natural elements, enhancing the overall quality of the living environment.
  • 26. VIEWS
  • 27. CAMPUS NEW BUILDING AT UEM Proposal for a mixed use equipment in the UEM Campus in Villaviciosa de Odón, achieving highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability. The goal is to design a building that hosts a new library and canteen&cafeteria, modelling, simulating and adapting cyclically technical systems and architectural design so to achieve and integrated and coherent entity. The proposal provides an area enabled for events (possibly temporary, with movable furniture) in the library, a column-free area in which a 15 m diameter circle can be inscribed. Focusing on an optimal acoustic conditioning of both library and canteen&cafeteria, and promoting the preferential use of natural light in the lecture hall during the whole year, in every post and at every hour. TECHNOLOGICAL INTEGRATION WORKSHOP / 2024 (UEM)
  • 28. The architectural design begins with a thorough analysis of the site, which offers favorable characteristics such as a flat terrain and scenic views of the campus and lake. Each building is strategically oriented to optimize site utilization, sunlight exposure, and radiation. The library features a multifunctional double-height hall at its core, offering versatility for various activities such as informal gatherings, exhibitions, or presentations. Additionally, measures for acoustic isolation are implemented to minimize noise disruptions within the reading hall, ensuring a conducive environment for studying and learning. The design process prioritizes functionality and separates the library (left) and dining hall (right) into distinct structures to meet normative requirements and ensure independent access for students. To facilitate connectivity, a connecting building is introduced to centralize services, utility rooms, restrooms, and circulation. Built total surface : 2 412 m2
  • 29. PASSIVE STRATEGIES The architectural design opts for a curtain wall system from slab to slab, allowing for transparency and anchored with tilt-and-turn openings to facilitate cross ventilation inside the building. Additionally, a system of vertical hinged panels with horizontal wooden latticework is implemented for protection against solar radiation. Four types of panel will be fabricated all with the same substructure and size, the only difference will be the opacity of the horizontal timber battens due to the different orientation or uses that occur inside of each space. These will be mounted on a substructure attached to the structure of the building itself, thus covering the curtain wall parts of the library building where the light has to be more controlled. Curtain walls offer several advantages, including aesthetic appeal, abundant natural light, energy efficiency, sound insulation, weather protection, thermal comfort, sustainability, and low maintenance. On the other hand, latticework provides benefits such as sunlight control, natural ventilation, privacy, energy efficiency, architectural enhancement. Together, these features contribute to the functionality, sustainability, and visual appeal of the building's envelope design. Lightweight skylights: (on top of multifunctional room) A lightweight aluminum prefabricated skylights will work as joists covering and laying on top of the beams that are holding the 15 m span free space. These skylights are designed+d to have an inclination of 42° that allows to block the sun rays and heat in summer. And on the contrary in winter let the radiation and heat in. Summer view (shadow) Winter view (light)
  • 30. CLIMATIZATION: The integration of geothermal energy with air handling units for building climatization underscores a commitment to efficiency, sustainability, and environmental responsibility. By harnessing stable Earth temperatures, geothermal systems work synergistically with modern air handling units to efficiently heat or cool the building while minimizing energy consumption. This collaboration not only enhances energy efficiency but also ensures consistent indoor comfort throughout the year, regardless of external weather conditions. Moreover, the integration of geothermal energy and air handling units leads to lower operational costs over the system's lifespan, contributing to long-term sustainability and environmental stewardship. This holistic approach to climate control sets a benchmark for eco-friendly construction practices and promotes a more sustainable and energy-conscious future. MEP INTEGRATION- DRAWINGS- INSTALLATIONS
  • 31. AXONOMETRIC views – ELEVATIONS- PLOT PLAN- INTEGRATED SECTION The project overview highlights the dynamic façade design, resembling a dance in its movement and form. The strategic orientation of the building ensures the creation of shadows that enhance the usability of outdoor spaces, such as the cafeteria's terrace and the adjacent garden. This deliberate shading not only increases comfort for users but also encourages the utilization of exterior areas for activities such as reading, studying, and dining, all while enjoying views of the university's lake.
  • 32. CONTACTO Móvil: +34 667490124 Correo: cristobalheraud@gmail.com CRISTOBAL HERAUD ENLACE A PORTAFOLIO ACADÉMICO https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/key/9x0aZe6cKR 44o6?hostedIn=slideshare&page=upload