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  • Luis Fernando Odiaga

    luis_odiaga@terra.com.pe

    PORTFOLIO

  • 1Parametric House

    The goal of this project was to get a simultaneous transformation of the plot and the house, Both the orientation and the modification are driven by parameters such as: Incidence angle of the sun, wind direction, number of inhabitants, number of sq meters to build. The simultaneous modelling of the topography and the house is driven by 9 chained points, this ensures a soften modelling giving control on the modification without the need of redrawing, being sure that the heights and the minimum dimensions on the same time that are granting comfort, enrich the spacial experience of

    the house, the plot and the surroundings of the plot.

    parametric design, digital fabrication, laser cut optimiza-tion.

    Top solid, Rhino, V-ray, CS3, Laser Cutter 100w

    developed in colaboration with Francisca Aroso & Javier Olmeda

    South viewNorth view

    Entrance view

    Structural grid Timber model Correlative modification

  • 2PLAN

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    CD SECTION CSECTION D

    SECTION A

    SECTION B

    MODELO DE POLVO

    Parametric Houseparametric design, digital fabrication, laser cut optimiza-tion.

    Top solid, Rhino, V-ray, CS3, Laser Cutter 100w

    developed in colaboration with Francisca Aroso & Javier Olmeda

  • 3Relational Temple

    Pilgrimage Sanctuary for Chapis Virgin, The design looks after a fusion of the terrain with the proposal defining spaces by the use of foldings on the topography and tectonic interventions rather than constructive ones, the design fosters the needs of a religious place and link them with the ones of the commercial activities, The generated space works as an

    accelerator of activities and relations within visitors.

    Religious event, path-program, Chapi.

    3dsMAX, V-ray, AutoCAD, CS3

    Night view Altar view

    360 view inside the templeInside view of the temple

    Thesis Project

    360 view inside the baptistery Baptistery inside view

  • 4In order to reinforce the protagonic role of the user, which is a walking one, the program was developed trough circulation paths. Instead of giving importance to the functions, the circulation and the activities that may happen on the surroundings are the guidelines for the reshape of the

    terrain and for the way the the site wraps the building.

    Shopping

    Infrastructure

    Religious

    Relational

    Previous temple

    New temple

    Relational area1

    Circulation diagrams

    Relational TempleReligious event, path-program, Chapi.

    3dsMAX, V-ray, AutoCAD, CS3

    Thesis Project

  • 1.- Take the x, y & z coordinates for points A, B & C from the photograms

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    A x 76,03 606,75 854,39 672,82 420,85 154,36 127 679,16 1191,38 1357,48 938,13 432,14y 314,45 0 437,65 1035,33 1615,14 2181,05 2579,94 2217,47 1823,15 1472,84 1148,25 805,04z 1533,63 1447,11 1151,47 917,83 702,16 467,98 87,87 43,01 198,78 637,54 1050,56 1318,85

    B x 136,12 117,64 306,11 355,59 277,75 299,09 466,63 586,22 554,58 484,07 395,76 289,98y 688,49 908,78 1029,73 1211,85 1429,98 1638,01 1807,52 1776,66 1568,25 1339,61 1109,21 882,38z 1070,71 1008,45 874,91 720,48 596,75 445,37 386,15 568,51 721,59 829,7 919,75 999,36

    C x 235,15 519,64 671,96 660,67 605,99 578,55 499,49 207,01 279,97 307,97 228,5 131,79y 246,42 293,61 571,38 919,89 1255,29 1514,18 1630,32 1531,5 1202,02 889,57 646,57 437,63z 1083,38 889,19 774,16 736,59 651,37 424,39 137,15 278,06 302,9 441,53 681,64 947,28

    2.- Arrange the values by coordinate axis (x, y & z) to translate absolute numbers into percentages related to the highest value of each axis from the three points (A,B & C)

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    A x 76,03 606,75 854,39 672,82 420,85 154,36 127 679,16 1191,38 1357,48 938,13 432,14B x 136,12 117,64 306,11 355,59 277,75 299,09 466,63 586,22 554,58 484,07 395,76 289,98C x 235,15 519,64 671,96 660,67 605,99 578,55 499,49 207,01 279,97 307,97 228,5 131,79

    A y 314,45 0 437,65 1035,33 1615,14 2181,05 2579,94 2217,47 1823,15 1472,84 1148,25 805,04B y 688,49 908,78 1029,73 1211,85 1429,98 1638,01 1807,52 1776,66 1568,25 1339,61 1109,21 882,38C y 246,42 293,61 571,38 919,89 1255,29 1514,18 1630,32 1531,5 1202,02 889,57 646,57 437,63

    A z 1533,63 1447,11 1151,47 917,83 702,16 467,98 87,87 43,01 198,78 637,54 1050,56 1318,85B z 1070,71 1008,45 874,91 720,48 596,75 445,37 386,15 568,51 721,59 829,7 919,75 999,36C z 1083,38 889,19 774,16 736,59 651,37 424,39 137,15 278,06 302,9 441,53 681,64 947,28

    Frames 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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    A x 5,60 44,70 62,94 49,56 31,00 11,37 9,36 50,03 87,76 100,00 69,11 31,83B x 10,03 8,67 22,55 26,19 20,46 22,03 34,37 43,18 40,85 35,66 29,15 21,36C x 17,32 38,28 49,50 48,67 44,64 42,62 36,80 15,25 20,62 22,69 16,83 9,71

    A y 12,19 0,00 16,96 40,13 62,60 84,54 100,00 85,95 70,67 57,09 44,51 31,20B y 26,69 35,22 39,91 46,97 55,43 63,49 70,06 68,86 60,79 51,92 42,99 34,20C y 9,55 11,38 22,15 35,66 48,66 58,69 63,19 59,36 46,59 34,48 25,06 16,96

    A z 100,00 94,36 75,08 59,85 45,78 30,51 5,73 2,80 12,96 41,57 68,50 86,00B z 69,82 65,76 57,05 46,98 38,91 29,04 25,18 37,07 47,05 54,10 59,97 65,16C z 70,64 57,98 50,48 48,03 42,47 27,67 8,94 18,13 19,75 28,79 44,45 61,77

    1.- Take the x, y & z coordinates for points A, B & C from the photograms

    Frames 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

    Poin

    ts

    A x 76,03 606,75 854,39 672,82 420,85 154,36 127 679,16 1191,38 1357,48 938,13 432,14y 314,45 0 437,65 1035,33 1615,14 2181,05 2579,94 2217,47 1823,15 1472,84 1148,25 805,04z 1533,63 1447,11 1151,47 917,83 702,16 467,98 87,87 43,01 198,78 637,54 1050,56 1318,85

    B x 136,12 117,64 306,11 355,59 277,75 299,09 466,63 586,22 554,58 484,07 395,76 289,98y 688,49 908,78 1029,73 1211,85 1429,98 1638,01 1807,52 1776,66 1568,25 1339,61 1109,21 882,38z 1070,71 1008,45 874,91 720,48 596,75 445,37 386,15 568,51 721,59 829,7 919,75 999,36

    C x 235,15 519,64 671,96 660,67 605,99 578,55 499,49 207,01 279,97 307,97 228,5 131,79y 246,42 293,61 571,38 919,89 1255,29 1514,18 1630,32 1531,5 1202,02 889,57 646,57 437,63z 1083,38 889,19 774,16 736,59 651,37 424,39 137,15 278,06 302,9 441,53 681,64 947,28

    2.- Arrange the values by coordinate axis (x, y & z) to translate absolute numbers into percentages related to the highest value of each axis from the three points (A,B & C)

    Frames 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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    A x 76,03 606,75 854,39 672,82 420,85 154,36 127 679,16 1191,38 1357,48 938,13 432,14B x 136,12 117,64 306,11 355,59 277,75 299,09 466,63 586,22 554,58 484,07 395,76 289,98C x 235,15 519,64 671,96 660,67 605,99 578,55 499,49 207,01 279,97 307,97 228,5 131,79

    A y 314,45 0 437,65 1035,33 1615,14 2181,05 2579,94 2217,47 1823,15 1472,84 1148,25 805,04B y 688,49 908,78 1029,73 1211,85 1429,98 1638,01 1807,52 1776,66 1568,25 1339,61 1109,21 882,38C y 246,42 293,61 571,38 919,89 1255,29 1514,18 1630,32 1531,5 1202,02 889,57 646,57 437,63

    A z 1533,63 1447,11 1151,47 917,83 702,16 467,98 87,87 43,01 198,78 637,54 1050,56 1318,85B z 1070,71 1008,45 874,91 720,48 596,75 445,37 386,15 568,51 721,59 829,7 919,75 999,36C z 1083,38 889,19 774,16 736,59 651,37 424,39 137,15 278,06 302,9 441,53 681,64 947,28

    Frames 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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    A x 5,60 44,70 62,94 49,56 31,00 11,37 9,36 50,03 87,76 100,00 69,11 31,83B x 10,03 8,67 22,55 26,19 20,46 22,03 34,37 43,18 40,85 35,66 29,15 21,36C x 17,32 38,28 49,50 48,67 44,64 42,62 36,80 15,25 20,62 22,69 16,83 9,71

    A y 12,19 0,00 16,96 40,13 62,60 84,54 100,00 85,95 70,67 57,09 44,51 31,20B y 26,69 35,22 39,91 46,97 55,43 63,49 70,06 68,86 60,79 51,92 42,99 34,20C y 9,55 11,38 22,15 35,66 48,66 58,69 63,19 59,36 46,59 34,48 25,06 16,96

    A z 100,00 94,36 75,08 59,85 45,78 30,51 5,73 2,80 12,96 41,57 68,50 86,00B z 69,82 65,76 57,05 46,98 38,91 29,04 25,18 37,07 47,05 54,10 59,97 65,16C z 70,64 57,98 50,48 48,03 42,47 27,67 8,94 18,13 19,75 28,79 44,45 61,77

    5

    Birds

    After the flight analysis of a pigeon and considering a complete cycle as the composition of 6 movements, excel sheets were developed with the coordinates of three given points for each wing and for the 6 movements, this was done in order to get an ideal flight cycle. With the use of a parametric software a path with the ability to modify scale and rotation angle of each bird. For the actual project 6 cycles were included and the path was arranged in one loop in the air and 3 support points to the ground. Because of the parametric platform it is possible to modify both, the scale and the location of the birds, getting a aesthetic that merges

    the mechanic with the living.

    Developed in Jordi Roses arquitectos

    parametric design, digital fabrication, laser cut optimiza-tion.

    Top solid, Rhino, V-ray, CS3, Laser Cutter 400w

  • 6Personalized Mask

    After the study of the relations in the face of 27 people, excel sheets with the relation eyes-nouse-mouth of each one was developed. On a parametric software, a model able to communicate the more relevant characteristics of an ideal face fostering the relations eyes-nouse-mouth of any person was developed. In order to give texture and expression lines, some testing

    with Rhino Cam was done.

    parametric design, digital fabrication, laser cut optimiza-tion.

    Top solid, Rhino, V-ray, CS3, CNC Milling

    developed in colaboration with Francisca Aroso & Javier Olmeda