Team n° 26
Mexico

The_Warehouse

Project description

Our project is a reinterpretation of the warehouses found in Lisbon’s waterfront that works as a living system and integrates passive strategies such as a greenhouse effect and heat exchanger that improves thermal and indoor air quality. The CLT structure, together with the St.Gobain light weight construction scheme lowers the carbon footprint and improves the acoustic comfort. The project seeks to create sustainable and modern spaces that integrate community, culture, and urban connectivity.

University
Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México
Country
Mexico

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Buildings preview

Architectural plans

Insulations

Students team members

Alejandro Gutierrez
Iñigo Artigas

Teacher

Mr Victor Alberto Arvizu Piña

Víctor Alberto Arvizu Piña PhD in Architecture, Energy and Environment from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. He has specialized in sustainability, energy efficiency and environmental impact of buildings. He has worked as a designer, environmental and energy efficiency consultant in various architectural and urban projects. He is part of the Mexican National System of Researchers (SNI). His research has focused on Life Cycle Assessment in the building sector. He is currently Coordinator of the Specialty in Energy in Sustainable Building at the Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City.