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Gonzalo Nicolau

Gonzalo Nicolau

Tulum, MX

 

About 

Gonzalo Nicolau, is an architect graduated from the National University of Cordoba in 2017. During his career he has participated in international courses and workshops in Argentina, Colombia and Cuba. His thesis, Havana food port, received several awards. He won the first prize in the international competition for the remodeling and enhancement of Villa General Belgrano, Argentina. In 2018 he moved to Mexico to work with Fernando Romero in projects such as the New Airport associated with Norman Foster, Hyperloop Mexico and other projects. Today installed in Tulum, he joined Studio Architects.

Employment 

Studio Arquitectos, Tulum, MX, Architect

Jun 2018 - current
 

FR-EE / Fernando Romero Enterprise, México Distrito Federal, MX, Architect

Jan 2018 - Jun 2018
 

SINCRESIS, Córdoba, AR, Internship

Mar 2014 - Sep 2014
 

Education 

Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Córdoba, AR, MArch, Architecture, Urbanism and Design

Mar 2008 - May 2017
 

Awards 

NATIONAL PRIZE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE, 1st Place

Category Urbanism Students
Organized by Fadea and Saint Gobain

2017
 

CLARÍN-SCA COMPETITION FOR ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS, Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention of the thesis project "Havana Food Port" in the Clarín-SCA Competition for architecture students.

2017
 

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION OF IDEAS FOR THE VALUE SETTING AND REVITALIZATION OF THE CENTRAL AREA OF VILLA GENERAL BELGRANO, 1st Place

The main purpose of the contest was to advance the value and revitalization of the Central Area of ​​the Locality, imagining the urban transformations that allow the center to be given new spaces for public use and at the same time to generate bigger routes with activities of tourist interest; such as artistic, gastronomic productions typical of the region, recreational and social.
The main objective is to achieve a higher quality of Urban Life, with new spaces that have the human scale present, building unique microclimates in each of them, with predominance of pedestrian movement; and finally the projectual approximation of some buildings that in the future would be part of this new proposal for the city.
Mobility study
New pedestrian spaces to enter the hearts of apples where new urban commercial spaces will be generated. Mobility includes parking lots, finding innovative forms of parking in these apple hearts that do not negatively impact the landscape.

2017
 

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