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FERNANDEZ STOHANZL PORTFOLIO 2014.indd
víctor fernández štohanzl
curriculum vitae
víctor fernández štohanzl
education
MsC in Urbanism (Graduated Cum Laude)
Technical University of Delft
Urban Transformations / Spacelab
sep ‘05 - jul ‘07
personal information
name:
Víctor Fernández Štohanzl
date of birth:
May 4th, 1979
place of birth:
Mérida, Yucatán, México
nationality:
Czech / Mexican (EU working permit)
contact information
address:
Wilhelminastraat 40-IV
1054 WJ, Amsterdam
telephone:
+31 6 39 57 66 32
e-mail:
[email protected]
webpage:
www.stohanzl.eu
GIS post-graduated studies
Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán / Quintana Roo
Geographic Information Center
jan ‘05 - may ‘05
MA in Architecture
Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán
Facultad de Arquitectura
sep ‘98 - jul ‘03
Academic exchange programs
University of Illinois at Chicago
Faculty of Architecture
fall semester ‘01
University of Southern Mississippi
School of Liberal Arts
aug ‘97 - jun ‘98
High School Diploma
Centro Universitario Montejo
sep ‘94 - jun ‘97
curriculum vitae
víctor fernández štohanzl
work experience
.FABRIC (feb ‘13 - oct ‘14 )
Urban designer
Urban metabolism, De Groene Kamer, competitions
Karres en Brands landschapsarchitecten (apr ‘14 - may ‘14)
Urban designer
Competition NærHeden
MUST stedebouw (feb ‘09 - jun ‘11 / sep ‘12)
Junior urban designer
Diverse urban/research projects
academic achievments
XIV National Encounter of Architecture Students (ENEA), 2002
FAUADY representative
Design competition at the Faculty of Architecture, 2002
1st award winner
de Architekten Cie. (oct ‘07 - jan ‘09)
Junior urban designer
NDSM, Atlas Arena Amsterdam, Canal City
Countryside dwelling competition in Yucatán, 2001
2nd award winner
DSD Delft School of Design (may ‘06 - jul ‘07)
Student assistent
languages
CINVESTAV (may ‘05 - aug ‘05)
Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados
Mérida City’s Urban Observatory Project
Spanish, native language
English, written and spoken proficiency
Dutch, advanced level (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Czech, basic knowledge
RAJY, Red Ambiental Juvenil de Yucatán (jan ‘04 - aug ‘05)
Volunteer work in ecotourism projects
Ría Lagargos Reserve’s Biosphere
computer skills
Arquimaya S.A. de C.V. (aug ‘04 - jan ‘05)
Architect. Introduction to light and climate control in buildings
AutoCad 2D and 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, Sketch Up,
Accurender, Vectorworks, Corel Draw, Microsoft Works
B-Lux Iluminacion S.A. de C.V. (aug ‘02 - jul ‘03)
Intership. Lighting and energy efficiency design
Introduction to: 3D Max, Softimage, Macromedia flash, Dreamweaver, Rhinoceros, ArcGIS
30 projects
de groen kamer, nl
markt kwartier, nl
stadsentree a1 hengelo, nl
mood wood, ro
interpretative trail, mx
urban design / architecture
urban design
urban design
urban design
landscape
nærheden, dk
orschel-hagen süd, de
witte wijk, nl
lekker wonen, nl
eco-center, kr
urban design
urban design
urban design
spatial planning strategy
architecture
urban metabolism, nl
campus endenich bonn, de
noordnet, nl
canal city, changzou, cn
perez carrillo house, mx
urban design
urban design
spatial planning strategy
urban design
architecture
hillerød south, dk
klooster nazareth, nl
wagenwerkplaats, nl
atlas-arena-amsterdam, nl
cultural center, mx
infrastructure
urban design
urban design
urban design
architecture
havenstraat, nl
knooppunt hoevelaken, nl
ndsm werf, nl
space-time gumbo, us
prefabricated house, us
urban design
infrastructure
urban design
urban research
architecture
ring utrecht, nl
de particuliere stad, nl
tianjin waterfront, cn
valkenburg retro-modem, nl
university foundation, mx
infrastructure
urban-architecture research
urban design
urban design
architecture
Year: 2013-14
Location: Tilburg, The Netherlands
Team: .FABRIC, Lola Landscape Architects
De Groene Kamer aims to bring man closer to nature. Located on the outskirts of Tilburg, it acts as a hub between city and countryside. It brings
such programs as leisure, retail, education, sports and wellness to a rural setting. It creates a particular space in which urban activities go hand
in hand with rural ones while providing a space for meditation, contact with nature and relaxation. The spaces that emerge from combining the
different needs in this rural enviroment are responding both to tradition and a sense of belonging, as well as innovation in several aspects from
architecture to sustainability.
de groene kamer, nl
image quality
aerial view
1/3 ecogreen
1/3 park /green
1/3 hard surface
ecological intervention
1/3 ecogreen
1/3 park /green
1/3 hard surface
concept design
plan view
nærheden, dk
Year:
Location:
Team:
2014
Hedehusene, Denmark
Karres en Brands Landschapsarchitecten, Arkitema Architects
The plan includes a fixed framework of roads and green structures that gives opportunity for diversity in block sizes and building typologies.
Within this structure opportunities are created to experiment with new ways of building and living. Connecting elements in the plan are a small-scale
tissue of recreational paths and a sustainable water handling system based on natural height differences. Next to that, the new urban area is connected
with the existing city through a ‘loop’ of public spaces with many social and commercial functions. These functions are shared with the existing city. By
this the new development contributes to an integral upgrade of the exisiting city with both social and spatial improvements.
Urban structure
different landscapes / different urban
spaces
4 quarters / 4 landscape typologies
different plot sizes
the loop, is a joint that brings the city
together
traffic system with a circulating flow
sustainable mobility is strengthened by
organizing urban functions
networks of path connections bind the
neighborhoods together
proximity to water - rainwater managment along the network of paths
variation on building heights
more density closer to the station
Block typologies
Sections
section “the loop”
Nærheden East is composed by larger clusters set in the natural
landcape around consecutive lakes. The edges are open, yet they are
defined generating a secluded inner space with scenic views
Plan view
section Nærheden East
Loop view
urban metabolism, nl
Year:
Location:
Team:
2014
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
.FABRIC, James Corner Field Operations, TNO
The IABR-Project Atelier Rotterdam, Urban Metabolism, studies and exposes the complexity of the city and new and unexpected relationships
within the city are explored, offering urgent and relevant challenges and opportunities. The research has led to a compelling analysis of our unique urban
metabolism, resulting in a collection of spatial economic perspectives, ideas and insights that will inspire us when building on a stronger and more sustainable future of Rotterdam.
Flows - region
Flows - city
goods
people
waste
food
biota
energy
food
air
fresh water
sand & clay
air
goods
people
waste
biota
energy
fresh water
sand & clay
Four strategies - region
Catalyzing re-industrialization - city
markt kwartier, nl
Year:
Location:
Team:
2012
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
MUST Stedebouw
The Market Quarter is a space for a new, modern and sustainable food center, and a living area where the energy of the Food Center is tangible. The
Central Market Hall is the center of the Marktkwartier where the two worlds meet. Central to our vision is connecting and creating conditions for a new living and
working environment where adaptation and renewal are key elements, as they have been over 100 years in this site.
The four ingredients of the concept are: 1. A strong urban fabric as the basis of a new ‘urban piece’, connected with the environment. 2. The Central
Market Hall as a public building and heart of the Marktkwartier 3. The urban block as an ensemble for living and food activities. 4. A new sustainable Food Center with optimal logistics.
connectivity
FCA link
visibility of the Markt
anchors / visibility
plots
campus endenich bonn, de
Year:
Location:
Team:
2012
Bonn, Germany
MUST Stedebouw, BGMR Landschaftsarchitekten - competition entry
The goal of this competition was to create a university campus in which each department has its own identity and yet, they are part of a cohesive
landscape. The spatial qualities of the site, as well as the ecological, were taken into account when deciding that the departments should be clustered together
instead of being spread into the landscape. Being clustered doesn’t mean to be introverted or closed off; therefore one of the design intentions was to create a
connection between the different parts of the campus.
The central water element is key in creating this interaction between buildings, people and diverse landscapes which later on translate into personal experiences. Other important elements taken into consideration were flexibility for future development within the clusters, connectivity to the existing urban fabric
(car traffic, but also incentivate more sustainable ways of transportation) and integration of the existing landscape.
chemistry institute
pharmaceutic institute
astronomy institute
agriculture institute
plan view
bird eye’s view
flexible areas / clusters
Section of boulevard
section - main axis
cluster nazareth, nl
Year:
Location:
Team:
2010 - 2011
Gemeert, The Netherlands
MUST stedebouw, architectenbureau Fritz
The task of the renewal of Convent of Nazareth and its garden is of great significance for Gemert and its residence since the school in the monastery
complex is firmly engraved in the collective memory while its garden was kept as a hidden oasis. The renewal of the area offers the opportunity for the monastery complex to get a new meaning in downtown Gemert by making its garden informally accessible to the people.
An important starting point in the preparation of this vision is a budget-neutral development of the area. By developing new homes we can achieve that
the garden can be reached and also the refurbishment of the existing monastery. The restored chapel will serve as the centerpiece of the monument renewal as
well.
Impressions
1. integration with the context
2. public square
3. inner courtyard
extrovertid / introvertid
bended oasis
informal routes
de rips as connecting link
structured walking paths
cars at the periphery
future potential locations
1
2
3
longitudinal section
Year:
Location:
Team:
2010
Rijksweg A1, A28, The Netherlands
MUST stedebouw
The focus of the research lies with the A28zuid highway. The spatial challenges along this road are much more complicated than other points for the
other directions around Hoevelaken. The research consists of a number or steps exploring the diverse solutions and potentials for the integration of the A28zuid.
The exploration starts with a spatial weighting of the impact of two possible traffic systems: expand or broaden of traffic. Then explores the trace yields
of the most opportunities for a good spatial integration. Finally, we investigated how the adjustment of the altitude of the road can lead to an optimization of the
spatial objectives and opportunities in the area.
knooppunt hoevelaken, nl
variant 1
variant 2
variant 1
A28 under / heiligenbergerbeek
A28 level / valleikanaal
A28 above / heiligenbergerbeek
A28 under / valleikanaal
variant 2
11 neighborhoods
Klein Rieteiland, Amsterdam
Nieuw Leyden, Leiden
Steigereiland, Amsterdam
Year:
Location:
Team:
Roombeek, Enschede
Waterrijk, Woerden
Skoatterwald, Heerenveen
Zuiderburen, Leeuwarden
Stripheldenbuurt, Almere
Waterwijk, Rotterdam
Graveland, Deventer
Cronenburgh, Loenen aan de
Vecht
2009-10
The Netherlands
MUST stedebouw, Border Architecture
De Particuliere Stad is a research/report project done for Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur aimed to serve as inspiration and critical reflection on the
design instruments used for private commissions. The large-scale realization of urban projects based on private commissions represents a break from the usual
way of urban development in The Netherlands. Which urban instrumentation is used in response to the private renewal commissions? And what are the effects
of a neighborhood-based privately commissioned on the experience of individuality and collectivity? Several cases of this type of commissions have been finalized in the last years, which allow us to study the effects.
de particuliere stad, nl
data
foto location
built area
100m²
17%
bulding
100m²
17%
built area - bulding
0m²
0%
distance between buildings - frontal
location plot
11
.90
600m²
39
.50
information
plot
rules - volume
min-max height
height gutter
volume annex building
roof shape
0
0.9
0
9.2
form of restriction
width
0
0.6
0
6.2
rules - area
44
m²
25m - 34m
28.00 - 35.50
34m - 43m
35.50 - 43.00
43m - 52m
43.00 <
52m <
11
.00
annex building position
7.9
0
8.0
0
27
.50
12
.00
14
0m
²
6m - 16m
16m - 25m
20.50 - 28.00
22
.63
annex building area
4.0
0
built area
5.9
0
built percentage
3.9
0
alignment
distance
5.50 - 13.00
13.00 - 20.50
distance between buildings - lateral
rules - aesthetic
materials facade
materials roof
details
)
(min
0m
2.4
borders
zoning - plot
zoning - street
non built private space
width
parking
distance
5.50 - 13.00
position
public space
total non built space
buit space
1.00 - 6.00
13.00 - 20.50
6.00 - 11.00
20.50 - 28.00
11.00 - 16.00
28.00 - 35.50
16.00 - 21.00
35.50 - 43.00
21.00 - 26.00
43.00 <
26.00 <
private space
stadsentree a1 hengelo, nl
Year:
Location:
Team:
2009-10
Hengelo, The Netherlands
MUST stedebouw
The new owner of the Expo Center and the municipality of Hengelo asked MUST Stedebous to redesign the area as a Data Center. The redevelopment
provides opportunities to develop a new spatial structure, where both existing and new businesses can find a place. A strong framework binds the area together
with its context offering possibilities for future developments.
Three lines run from Twickel through the area until they reach Bornsestraat: Along the highway is a green slope/buffer which creates a new and distinctive face for the area. The secon axis runs under the train tracks generating a wide green profile which becomes a central element of the area. The Vosboerweg /
Westermaatsweg gets a recognizable and uniform profile and connects the existing elements to the future developments.
1. view from the highway
2. view from train station
3. view from Vosboerweg
1
3
2
Year:
Location:
Team:
2009
Amersfoort, The Netherlands
MUST stedebouw
The future of the former Wagenwerkplaats of NS is stimulating for the imagination. Nearly 20 hectares of land are located directly behind the
train station of Amersfoort. A number of monumental buildings are already being used by entrepreneurs, cultural institutions and artists. MUST Stedebouw has been working in recent years on the master plan for the gradual development of this area and the design of public space. At the request of
NS Poort and in cooperation with local residents, users of the site and the city of Amersfoort, we havegradually worked towards a common concept for
the proposed development of Wagenwerkplaats. The concept is based on gradual development from within, combined with specific stimulating projects
related to strategic moments having in mind what a further development phase can bring to the site.
wagenwerkplaats, nl
Soes
Soes
esterkwartier
sterkw
Station
tation
ation
ion Amersfoort
Amersf
Amers
Ame
Amersfoor
Amersfoo
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foort
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Utrechtse
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Heuve
view of the main entrance
the heart of the site links qualities
new access routes
playground in public space
new supportive landscape
new face Soesterkwartier
view of the cultuurplein
ndsm werf, nl
Year:
Location:
Team:
2007-08
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
De Architekten Cie.
The shipyard on the northern banks of the IJ in Amsterdam was once one of the largest and most modern shipbuilding yards in the world. The monumental ensemble of hangars, ramps and rails is still resonating the allure of the past. Meanwhile, artists and entrepreneurs are giving the yard a new face as the
leading area for creative industry in Amsterdam. The plan consists of establishing a strong framework for both land and water for the further development of the
yard where living, working, shopping and recreation have a place in this new compact part of the city. The essential components are defined, but always giving
as much freedom as possible for a lasting, surprising and inspiring development of the yard.
mix to the max - program studies
“korrelgrootte” studies
korrelgrootte + program
Year:
Location:
Team:
2007-08
The Netherlands
De Architekten Cie.
Atlas Arena Amsterdam is located in what is known mostly as an office, business and entertainment area and the project is finding itself as a turnover
for change by integrating living areas to generate a 24/7 new center for Amsterdam Zuidoost.
Now this area offers a lively mix of work, entertainment and recreational functions. The existing office buildings are fully renovated and the new park
facilities and water gardens alone guarantee that this place is a pleasure to work in. The versatility of the framework of the plan allows for new program to be
inserted through out time, starting with a new hotel and later on with housing.
atlas arena amsterdam, nl
view of the north entree
view of the south entree
plan view with context
landscape
paved areas
gardens
public space
view of the internal gardens
Year:
Location:
Status:
2007
New Orleans, USA
Graduation Project TU Delft
Hurricane Katrina exposed many ‘problems’ (poverty, unemployment, crime, etc..) that were shaping the face of New Orleans. Space Time Gumbo is an
exercise in the visualization of the complexity brought by time and space divergence and its effects of employment with the intention of exploring the impact of
urban projects in the life of people through their mobility, and sometimes lack of it.
A linear probability model of employment determination is used since spatial accessibility is akin to the density of one’s employment opportunities.
Travel time to work location shapes the city in a different way that the one seen in topographical maps. Local urban projects have the power to influence this factor; therefore, they have the impact to re-shape not only people’s spatial experiences but their lives.
space time gumbo, us
step 1.
define the urban area
step 2.
define the housing
location of an individual
step 3.
define the level of skill
step 4.
define the value of potential job opportunities in relation to the
skills
step 5.
incorporate the accesibility
value (space-time divergence)
step 6.
determine the ‘real’
employment opportunity value
Linear probability model of employment determination
New Orleans individualized
clusters of small businesses
main activities
new metropolitan bus lines
-Main street network showing intensities of use based on the activities
done by a sampled group.
-This intensities are being traced on a cartographic map
simplification
intensity of activities
new sub centers with mixed program
intensity of the network
-Same map of intentisites but this time having in consideration the
travel time of the sampled group.
-Time space divergence shows a different New Orleans
space-time divergence / jobs
New Orleans seen thru intesities
space-time divergence
job opportunities
new industries / water catchment
visualizations
Year:
Location:
Status:
2005
Tizimin, Yucatan, Mexico
Graduation Project
Centro Cultural Tizimin in Yucatan, Mexico was the final project of my architecture studies. A diverse program which included a library, a museum, a
center for the arts and a multiple purposes hall was set to arise in a peculiar site: the former train station of the city.
The first image, movement, became a propeller for the entire process of design. First, it was an idea about form, history, the rails… but eventually it became
more complex and rich by adding a special element that sometimes gets forgotten on the design process: people. Of course we, architects, have our ‘user’ in
mind but for me this project became revelation on what is our purpose as designers. Our purpose is to improve the quality of life of people. Visualizing a kid
taking is bike from home and reaching the art center for his afternoon lesson, or imagining a young woman spending her evening in the library and meeting her
friends afterwards in the courtyard… these are people, people who move, who experience, who feel.
centro cultural tizimin, mx
4
2
5
3
1
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
entree library
entree museum
Former train station
Library
Museum of mayan history
Multiple use hall
Auditorium
Arts Center
main square
contact information
address:
Wilhelminastraat 40-IV
1054WJ, Amsterdam
telephone:
+31 6 39 57 66 32
e-mail:
[email protected]
webpage:
www.stohanzl.eu

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