MOXY D.C. by Frubio

HOSPITALITY - WASHINGTON D.C. - 2016

Program Summary:

– 200 micro-room hotel – 4,300 sq ft restaurant – 2,200 sq ft rooftop bar – 74,000 sq ft.

https://issuu.com/FernandoRubio9/docs/moxy

New hospitality and concept development for Douglas DevelopmentMarriot. In collaboration with Dash Design + Peter Fillat 

In the heart of the Mount Vernon Triangle district in Washington DC. Moxy features guestrooms sizes of 150-180sf. which is a growing trend in European hospitality design. This economy boutique segment is driven by high design style and cool public spaces. A roof top bar with views of the city skyline and the hip coffee shop vibe of the ground floor lobby will make this a go to destination for millennials and similar minded guests. 

 

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HOSPITALITY - MIAMI BEACH - 2016 New Construction, Interior Design and Outdoors.

100% CD Guideline Drawings South Beach. In collaboration with Dash Design & Schulman

The South Seas hotel demonstrates the potential of the Miami Beach hotel for qualitative and quantitative growth.

The original three-story Art Deco hotel, designed by L. Murray Dixon in 1942, had already been expanded in 1952 with a seven-story addition on the oceanfront side. S+A’s new design mixed restoration of key elements of the building with subtractions and additions that produced higher-quality rooms and spaces.

The adaptive use of the ground floor in particular created a new flow of public open space between the lobby and the beachfront pool; removal of ground floor rooms allowed the diversification and expansion of hotel services, including an improved restaurant and lounge, a business center and conference rooms, a fitness room and expanded back of house areas.

One key strategy was the careful removal of several rooms in the center of the building, creating a landscaped interior patio at the heart of the old structure.

Another key strategy was the development of a new seven-story room wing attaching to the existing oceanfront tower.

The new wing, which required careful placement, reinterprets the playful architectural syntax of projecting planes found in the 1950s tower.

A two-story cabana structure and new pool will be constructed behind the building. 

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PROPOSAL - GUADALAJARA - 2016

Proposal. Weekend house See Booklet

The client is looking to develop four sites at the north Settlement in the Primavera forest, east of Guadalajara city. One proposal is based in the modern 1960 regional design, complimented with construction techniques that correspond the traditions and the surrounding communities. The program should function first hand as a weekend house designed to sum up additional rooms, to later become a family house.

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PROPOSAL - GUADALAJARA - 2016

Proposal. Weekend house see booklet

The client is looking to develop four sites at the north settlement in the Primavera forest, east of Guadalajara city. One proposal is based in the modern 1960 regional design, complimented with construction techniques that correspond the traditions and the surrounding communities. The program should function first hand as a weekend house designed to sum up additional rooms, to later become a family house.

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CORPORATE BUILDING RENOVATION - PROPOSAL - MEXICO CITY - 2014


The rehabilitation of the city center of the city has a direct impact in deprecated buildings like this. The proposal´s goal is to renovate not just the exterior Facade but also the interior and expand new programs in the rooftop.

800 m2 office + 100 m2  parking

 

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CORPORATE BUILDING RENOVATION - BUILT - GUADALAJARA - 2013


I serve in a joint project on client behalf from project preparations to completion. Executed design and project management services for the adaptive reuse in corporate interior and furniture design projects. Provide administration services as AEC Manager.

Project planning: AMASA / FR / AG   Project management  ICON / FR    Structural:CAUTIN    Mechanical, electrical, and plumbingINPRO   Automatic lighting control systems: CONSTRULITA   HVAC: GUMI    Communications networks V/D: SAIT    Green Wall Systems: ESPACIOS VIVOS

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CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE - BUILT- GUADALAJARA - 2010


Omnilife Stadium, Urban Planning (Public Infrastructure) +2,000 m2, 10km.

In accordance with its position on the site and the program, the new bike lane serves as a public entry landmark of the stadium. Its function as main access and transportation hub is also as a symbol for the strong new Bicycle Culture of the city. The Cycling Line also represents the relationship between sport, social and health awareness of  Omnilife company as a strong gesture.

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 CORPORATE OFFICE - GS/MBCH - GUADALAJARA - 2011

Status: Built  - 300 m2 Corporate Interiors

The design for the new corporate office is set to obtaining LEED Platinum certification, the highest category of system leadership in energy and environmental design.

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CORPORATE TOWERS ACUEDUCTO - PROPOSAL 2012


 Corporate / Retail.     10.000 m2 flex space.   2.000 m2 underground parking.
Flexible pre-planning mass and bulk model study, allowed for adjustment and response after changes in program requirements. The corporate projects follows a trend of mass verticalization aim to increase business development. The typology used suggests a pair of towers well suited for the clients perspective and also conservative on the construction methods.

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FIELD ADAPTATION - OMNILIFE STADIUM - GUADALAJARA - 2012


Status: Built - Sports infrastructure adaptation  (soccer field) - 1,000 m2

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DESERT ARTIST STUDIO - COMPETITION - PALM SPRINGS - 2007


Research Project.

The design research for a studio on the desert of Palm Springs. Pushed the designg concept arround the idea of effortless lifting up a light weight structure roofing suported above a minimalistic floor plan program. As a result of working with the maximization of resourses and the surrounding climate, the proposaluses a simple gesture of parametric design for a modular roof system.

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56 LEONARD ST. RFR - Alexico Group / HERZOG & DE MEURON - NEW YORK - 2008


56 Leonard Street has been developed by Izak Senbahar and Simon Elias of Alexico Group. Costas Kondylis & Partners executive architect and Hunter Roberts Construction manager.

I assisted the Property Management and New Projects development with Building Code/ADA compliance, coordinate engineering & consultants, compliment detail, specs, RFI, Change Orders, Minute and punch lists.

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MODEL BLOCK DEVELOPMENT - NEW ROCHELLE - NEW YORK - 2007

Urban design, development, historic preservation (preservation, modernization and renovations) 

Five building where intended as a model for preservation and restoration of historic properties, has triggered economic development and sparked a new spirit of community participation in downtown New Rochelle.

These served as examples for the Facade Renovation Design Standards that were developed and used by the BID in a sister program adopted by the City of New Rochelle. Embolded by the project, owners of participating buildings have turned upper level spaces in residential lofts and commercial tenants have been drawn to long-vacant retail spaces. The ripple effect has led to the renovation of more than 40 storefronts, several small businesses and seven restaurants have opened within the neighborhood and 5,000 square feet of retail space has been leased, increasing day and evening street activity within the block.

Susan Doban Architects PC.

http://www.susandoban.com/

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WEST HALL DORMITORY - MONROE COLLEGE - NEW YORK - 2008-1014

Built (educational, new construction) - New Rochelle, NY

Structural Engineer: Gilsanz, Murray, Steficek.    Mechanical Engineer: O’Dea Lynch Abbattista.   Food Service: Clevenger Frable Lavallee.

West Hall integrates campus living and learning in a striking new facility at the heart of Monroe College’s New Rochelle campus. The six-story, mixed-use building includes a 300-student residence hall, the School of Business and Accounting, student lounges, and a multi-purpose space which can be expanded to become a future cafeteria.

 


It’s welcoming lobby is envisioned as a cross roads of campus activity. The building’s

prominent brick tower and distinctive blue glazed façade creates a visual marker for the campus. The sculptural, open street wall and adjoining landscaped courtyard create an engaging presence along Main Street.

Susan Doban Architects PC.

http://www.susandoban.com/

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROJECTS - SCA - NEW YORK - 2006

Built - Various works (preservation, modernization and renovations) 

More than 70 Capital Improvement projects for the NY City School Construction Authority. These projects range from multi-million dollar exterior modernizations and HVAC upgrades to interior projects aimed at supporting the Dept. of Education’s goals such as a robotics lab, auditorium and library upgrades.


Current projects in the design phase include exterior work at Bronx High School of Science, where we have previously designed an auditorium renovation project. We are currently working on scope auditorium upgrades at PS 215Q and 231Q, and exterior upgrade projects at IS 181K, Metropolitan High School, and PS11k. We have several projects in the construction phase including PS 102K and 72R.

Susan Doban Architects PC.

http://www.susandoban.com/

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BANSI BANK CORPORATE TOWER - CONCEPT COMPETITION - GUADALAJARA - 2010


Status: Competition, Offices (Corporate Banking)    Floors: 24   Hight: 120 m. 16.000 m2 + 20.000 m2 underground parking

The design for the new corporate office tower raised the bar regarding the optimization of energy and resources. The goal is to obtaining LEED Platinum certification, the highest category of system leadership in energy and environmental design.

NATIONAL LIBRARY by drap drap

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Academic Competition Entry - Prague - 2006

The design for the new National Library of the Czech Republic is a symbolic building for Prague in a characteristic site of the city. The new library hasfferent figurative elements: both with individual functions. The 4-storey volume suspended over the ground forms the whole of the library in the north-western edge of the park. The second element contrasts the regularity of the vertical-shaped and colored dimmed screen who works as facade and also as structural element forming a bird-cage encasing the National Archives of the Czech Republic, storage rooms, reading rooms, restaurant and lecture halls  which are oriented in the direction of Letna Park and the Prague Castle.

The elevated element is located at traffic level so that the entrance hall serves as a direct connection to the urban environment. At the heart of the public library is the main reading room with a X wave-shaped roof. A diagonal passage bridge begins at the northwest corner, and spans the main reading room before extending towards the southeast corner of Letna Park.