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Emma Alizee Perquy Diez

Contact: perquyemma@gmail.com

Course: BA (Hons) Interior Design

About Me

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Interior Design / Interior Architecture. Location: Madrid, Spain.

My knowledge and experience is focused on spatial analysis and planning of architectural spaces, three-dimensional modelling and visual representation of digital proposals. As for the design software in which I specialize, the most used programs and in which I have more fluency are AutoCAD and Photoshop to assemble the floor plans, elevations, lighting plans, and space designs details. Also, I use other programs like InDesign and 3dMAX Studio. I have dual Spanish and French nationality and I speak English fluently.

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Inspiration

KNOWLEDGE IS FUTURE - Shoreditch Town Hall

The Shoreditch neighbourhood in London is home to a mixture of all kinds of cultures. The functions that I have proposed in my project aim to include everyone, learning from and teaching each other about subjects that we do not know. My final design proposes a sensory restaurant that has its own natural hydroponic garden run by Nomadic Community Gardens. My proposal encourages diversity as well as intergenerational and intercultural exchange, through growing, cooking and sharing of food.

I believe that it would contribute to the Shoreditch community that surrounds it, since it would provide them with communication, exchange, and growth. The concept tries to remember not to forget that we have to connect and support each other to stay united and grow intellectually.

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Materials

Sustainability

The sustainable approaches of my proposal are the following; first on the second floor we have located a natural hydroponic garden, we grow our own food and then we teach you how to cook it and share it with the community. Each day the cuisine will represent a different part of the colourful cultural mix in the area. In this way we teach the community an approach to a healthy life and a positive relationship with nature (plants). Our second sustainable approach is the roof structure, a pyramid designed with a very special glass material with photovoltaic cells, these help to recover the energy from the sun and that same energy is used for the necessary electricity of the building. In addition, the translucent glass helps and favours the hydroponic garden to grow fast and strong.

My Work

PORTFOLIO

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Shoreditch - East End Of London
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Exploring Through Maps
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Shoreditch Town Hall
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The Client & Make and Meet
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Program
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Organization & Planning
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The Jewel Concept
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The Growing
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The Roof Structure
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Natural Light Benefit
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First Floor Plan
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Second Floor Plan
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Roof Plan
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Short Section
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Long Section
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Exploded Axonometric (showing materiality)
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Visual 2
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