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Architecture + Urban Design 111 Walden Lane, Savannah GA. 31405 404 663 6125 / carlospm1187@gmail.com


CREATE

To evolve from one’s own’s thought

PROJECT

To propose, contemplate, or plan


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MATERIALIZE

To come into perceptible existence; become actual, real.


CARLOS A PAZ OBJECTIVE

EDUCATION

Be part of an architectural firm where I can improve the knowledge gained 2015 Master of Urban Design. Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, through my Architecture and Urban Design degrees, while learning newer archi- GA. USA. tectural practices. 2010 Bachelor of Architecture. Universidad Rafael Urdaneta, Maracaibo, ZU. Venezuela. ARTIST STATEMENT During the design process of my projects, I take into consideration each single element, and make sure that it is developed to the fullest. However, the main characteristic of my work is truly clear for me: my work is humanistic.

EXTRA CURRICULAR 2012 Course: Advanced Level of English as a Second Language program. SCAD.

Even though on every project I have a different inspiration, there is one that 2010 Course: Adobe Photoshop CS4. Unidata, Maracaibo. always remains, people’s well being. Providing an enhanced quality of life for society is my primary inspiration. 2010 Course: Autocad 3D, Unidata. Maracaibo.

WORK EXPERIENCE 2014 Intern Architect / Urban Designer, Brown Design Studio, Savannah GA Responsibilities: Develop an inventory of the firm’s projects while calculating the accurate square footage of each of them. In addition, develop a set of 3D models of many of the projects proposed by the firm, be part of the development of a set of brochures and marketing books for future clients, develop a set of residential proposals that would serve as base templates for future projects develop by the office, among others tasks. 2009 Intern Architect, Centro Rafael Urdaneta, Maracaibo, ZU. Venezuela. Responsibilities: Propose, develop and undertake an intense urban study, Diagnose the current state of the Santa Lucia area (Downtown area of Maracaibo city), in order to generate an architectural proposal to solve the issues found during the analysis. GENERAL SKILLS

My goal is to improve people’s lives with each of my projects. Due to the diversity 2007 Course: Autocad 2D Basic. MDService, Maracaibo. of projects that I have worked on so far, I have been able to study and understand society, and I can say that for architects and urban designers it is essential to 2005 Forum: First forum of Modern Architecture in Maracaibo. take into consideration people’s needs and desires. 2005 Course: Advanced English. Centro de Idiomas Modernos Del Zulia. It is vital to give people the freedom they need to live properly, inside and outside their homes. The passion to fulfill people’s needs and the desire to improve soci- 2005 Course: Pre-Advanced English. Centro de Idiomas Modernos Del Zulia. ety’s quality of life is what makes an architect truly successful. 2004 Course: Medium English. Centro de Idiomas Modernos Del Zulia.

Extensive knowledge in design computer programs such as: AutoCAD 2D/3D, Autodesk 3D Max, Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, ArcGIS, and Google Sketch Up. Good communication and organizational skills, able to work independently and in group, skillful with programs such as Microsoft word, Microsoft excel and Power point, good abilities on hand drawing, coloring, and printmaking processes such as screen printing and etching.


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Photography by Carlos Paz. New Orleans, January 2013.


TABLE OF CONTENTS ARCHITECTURE 1. FAMILY HOUSING. Venezuela, 2006.

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2. RETIREMENT HOME. Venezuela, 2007.

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3. RESIDENTIAL URBAN PROPOSAL, Venezuela, 2007

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4. BUSINESS TOWER, Venezuela, 2008

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URBAN DESIGN 4. SPATIAL INTEGRATION. Savannah, GA, 2012.

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5. DELTA URBANIZATION. New Orleans, LA, 2013.

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6. URBANE BOULEVARD. Brunswick, GA, 2013.

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EXTRA WORK

BLOC BUILDING

7. Printmaking Processes, 2013.

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5. Digital 3D Models, 2014

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6. Electronic Design - Revit, 2015

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“All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.� Philip Johnson


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FAMILY HOUSING, 2006

Green House

Purpose:

Recreational Area

In this Project I proposed a single-family housing which complied with the needs of a predetermined family in the city of Maracaibo.

Tennis Court

The family consists of five members, each of them with different interests and needs: Father, mother, son, young daughter and grandfather. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Design Concept: A circle and its different variations and dimensions were taken into account as main inspiration. When the design started, a central axis was established to unify the different circles and lines used in the design. Afterwards, different circles were generated until enough areas to place all the spaces needed inside the housing.

Residence

Doctor’s Office

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Front Facade


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Ground Level

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Yoga Room A

Dining Room

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Study Room

Kitchen Laundry Room

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Games Room Living Room

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Doctor’s Office

The office designed for the father, who is a doctor, has all the necessary spaces for the father to see his patients as well as spaces for the patients to comfortably wait.

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RETIREMENT RESIDENCE, 2007 Purpose:

Lake Court

Design a retirement home for the elderly, where they can satisfactorily spend their last years of life and be taken care of by qualified people in a complex that has all the spaces and comfort they need.

3D Model Chappel Bedrooms Blocks

Main Park

One of the most outstanding elements created within the project is an artificial lake located on the north part of the lot which is crossed by a bridge to give people the chance to enjoy nature. A big square with benches placed with a certain distance was designed, so the elders could spend their free time walking around and enjoying nature. In addition, a bolas criollas (Venezuelan sport) court was designed so they can spend their free time playing. Bolas criollas is an easy game to play and it doesn’t require much movement.

Downtown and Historical Squares Proposal.

Main Building Parking


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Bedroom Blocks A model room, which is furnished for two people, was created with the necessary elements to facilitate everyday life. During the research for this project, it was learned that elderly people enjoy being in touch with nature. Therefore it was decided to create terraces located on the back part of every bedroom for residents to have direct access to the green areas.

First, third and fourth blocks: 7 bedrooms 2 shared bathrooms

Second block: 5 bedrooms 2 shared bathrooms

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Purpose: Develop an urban study in order to detect the problems of a specific area in Maracaibo, in order to design a residential proposal that fulfills all the needs of the Cristo de Aranza parish population. After developing an urban study on the area, and having determined the problems that affect its population, it was decided to create a residential proposal in order to offer satisfactory life to the people of the area. That goal would be achieved through the creation of different buildings where they would be relocated.

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

URBAN RESIDENTIAL PROPOSAL, 2007 Diagram, Proposed Uses

Green Development Residential Commercial Touristic Development PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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3D Model, Site Proposal Commercial Development

Residential Development PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Residential Development

Commercial Development

Touristic Development

Main Recreational Area

A main core for the project was established, which would be located in one of the most important buildings in the area, the church. After establishing the core, the different blocks were developed around it, taking into account the streets and avenues existing in the area. In spite of the efforts to maintain the existing roads, new alternate roads were generated in order to solve the traffic problems in the area.

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Building Proposal, Section B

Building Proposal, Section A PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Building Proposal, Typical Apartments Level

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3D Model, Residential Proposal

Taking into consideration the different elevations of the area, it was decided to play with the different heights of buildings, at the same time create different heights in each of them.

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As elevations grow, buildings were built higher to efficiently take advantage of the views of Maracaibo Lake and, at the same time, use the different roofs as spaces to create terraces where people in the buildings could spend their free time and interact with their neighbors. Parks were also created in order to generate spaces where the population could have fun in a safe way. There are also fountains, water mirrors and palm trees to create a fresher and more pleasant environment. PRODUCED BY

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BUSINESS TOWER, 2008 Urban Analysis & Proposal

Selected Area

At the time of beginning the urban study and the project, Republic Square was taken as main core due to its historic significance. It was decided to generate a better integration among the areas surrounding the Republic Square by creating a boulevard. This decision was made because most of the structures near the square are used as commercial. Mostly restaurants, stores, fast food places, banks and an education facility.

Selected Site

In order to generate a more welcoming environment, it was decided to implement green straps along the blocks in order to introduce more vegetation. The green straps would present breaks every certain distance in order to accommodate bus stops, benches, and commercial stalls. It was decided to introduce commercial stalls and benches in order to bring more people to the area and allow them to find more amenities along the area. In addition to the new urban ornaments, it was decided to turn the empty spaces into small plazas that would generate a fresher environment along the area. Those plaza would present several water features, vegetation, and sitting areas. Also, one of the plazas, the one located at the east edge of the proposed tower would present two small exhibition areas. Those areas would allow local artists to present their work and share it with visitors and citizens.

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Land Use & Urban Proposal

Selected Area, Urban Proposal

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Residential Proposed Bus Stops Proposed Commercial Stalls Proposed Benches

Proposed Plaza

Entrance to Proposed Underground Parking

Proposed Plaza


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Business Tower Proposal At the moment of beginning the design process of the tower, it was decided to use geometrical figures as main inspiration, in this case, squares and rectangles. Several combination were tested until a functional and aesthetical shape was generated.

Library 2nd Block of Offices 1st Block of Offices Fast food / Commercial Commercial Open Spaces / Commercial

When designing the upper levels of the tower, one of the most important elements of the areas was taken into consideration, the Republic Square Obelisk. The tower was divided into two parts in order to enhance the presence of the obelisk. In addition, to generate a stronger spatial integration between the two parts of the tower and take advantage of the great views, a public library was created on the top level of the tower.


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Several offices were proposed along the tower: a bank, a stock exchange office, an architecture firm office, a graphic design office, and other offices for rent. In order to give workers better places to relax during the work breaks, it was decided to implement open floors every seven floors. On the open floors, sitting areas, vending machines, small cafes, smoking areas and vegetation would be found.

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Drawing / Design Area

Plotting Room

Plotting Room

Offices

Restrooms

Restrooms

Meetings Room

Multi-Purpose Room

Restrooms

Restrooms

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Storage

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Waiting Area Waiting Area

Scanning Room

Scanning Room

Kitchen

Drawing / Design Area

Kitchen

Drawing / Design Area

Storage

The proposed architecture firm office would present four levels that would be interconnected by central stairway. A more comforting environment would be generated by implementing a green strap along the stairway. The working floors are divided into three main work areas where several cubicles would be located. It was established that the separation between cubicles would be 2,5 meters height, which would generate enough privacy but providing a sense of integration among the employees.

Office for Rent, Section A - A

Presentations Room

Main Office

Offices

Storage

Waiting Area

Office for Rent: Model Plan

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URBAN DESIGN

“Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.” - Jane Jacobs


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NEIGHBORHOOD

NEIGHBORHOOD

REGIONAL


SPATIAL INTEGRATION, 2012 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Purpose:

Plan View Site, Before

Plan View Site, After

This project aims to improve the pedestrian movement on the selected area deviding the existing Civic Center and creating a welming corridor.

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In order to support the new corridor, it was decided to introduce new urban ornaments that would improve the beautification of the area. Beside fountains and benches, a new element was introduced in the area, is the Cultural Display Board. Several cultural display boards would work as urban exhibition boards located along the corridor. These boards would display several historical events of the City of Savannah.

Vehicular Roads Pedestrian Roads Proposed Corridor Historical Squares

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In order to create a better integration among the new proposed buildings, it was decided to develop a decoration motif that would be appreciated on the facades of four proposed structures.

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The proposed corridor would establish a direct connection between two historical squares of the city of Savannah, Orleans Square and Elbert square. By establishing this connection, it be comes easier to generate a fresh and welcoming enviroment.


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Proposed Changes Diagram

Proposed Johnny Mercer Theater

3D Model Proposed Buildings

Proposed Parking Lot

Proposed Martin Luther King JR Arena Complex


Main Corridor Proposal, Perspective View

Cultural Display Boards: Several cultural display boards would work as urban exhibition boards located along the corridor, these boards woul display several historical events of the City of Savannah.

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Proposed Martin Luther King JR Arena Complex, Perspective View

Proposed Parking Lot, Perspective View

Savannah Cultural Art Center

Proposed Savannah Cultural Art Center, Front Facade

The last step to follow on this project was the development of the Savannah Cultural Art Center. In order to generate a cohesive perspective of the buildings proposed in the project, it was decided to create a set of patterns that wouold apprear on the facades of all the buildings. In this building was proposed the presence of small green spaces that would bring a fresher enviroment to the area and the building itself.


DELTA URBANIZATION, 2013

Collaborative project developed with Cali Nelis


Topographic Infrastructure

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Green Infrastructure

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Blight In The District

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Blighted Properties

The structure of the city needs to change, to reorient itself to natural systems. The proposal to achieve this reorientation is to apply a ranksize distribution to the city, divided into square-mile units, giving water and permeable surfaces the top two ranking spots, above urban fabric. Blighted Roads Current State

Aimed State

At the city scale, marsh and wetlands should be introduced as a single system, located where most appropriate: in the lowest topographies and to serve as an ecological, protective barrier to the city.

Permeable Surface

At the site scale, new infrastructure must be added to make land at higher elevations above sea level more desirable for residents of all income levels. Blight in the district: 2,468 vacant homes 6,660 net population loss

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Habitable Homes

Grocery & Commercial

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Schools

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Phase 2

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Vacant properties in the north-most zone of the site remain vacant, where the probability of inundation outweighs the costs that would be incurred in redevelopment. Water introduced during phase one is at an inlet pond in the north-east quadrant of the site, where the north canal is opened to the Industrial Canal; much of the character of the northern half of the ward remains intact.

Population Density

Population Density

Green Infrastructure

Green Infrastructure

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Built Infrastructure

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Blight in the district is the result of the probability of inundation being greater than the benefit of rebuilding. The adaptation introduces swales in residential blocks to alleviate blight and generate water ownership. Water introduced during phase two is in the form of bioswales running through residential blocks, which facilitate the flow of water downward through the topography, creating more marsh land in the north.


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Population Density

Green Infrastructure

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The founding principle of the city will have inverted by the end of this phase, and the risk of flooding will outweigh the benefit of the city’s location. The only way to mitigate this is to live with the water. Water introduced during phase three is in the character of the marsh that now occupies the northern portion of the site. The wetlands become a destination where city residents engage and explore the water.


URBANE BOULEVARD, 2013 Collaborative project developed with: Rucha Agnihotri, Abdullah Albatli & Mingfu Zhang

Concept Diagram

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Purpose: The project combines ecology, heritage and economy by using the 4th street that goes through the city of Brunswick to redistribute the heavy traffic on Highway 17, which provides the opportunity for a more people friendly corridor design proposal for the Highway 17 infrastructure as well as the adjacent areas including marsh landscapes of significant ecological importance. Also, it aims to reconnect Brunswick city to the marshes using its historic connections, cultural landscapes such as Linear Park system and Bringing the History to the Highway using Traditional Squares, reclaiming some of the brown-fields (contaminated post-industrial sites) and derelict properties, redesigning the signage guidelines and eco-friendly storm water management system.

Streetscape imptovements Redistribution of traffic Historic Downtown Connection

Strategy: Providing 4th street as an alternative for the redistribution of the traffic that comes from SPUR 25 and US Highway 17. Creating a loop that goes through Brunswick‘s downtown.

Node Path Developed Loop Proposed Downtown Loop Square Conservation Park Waterfronts Historic Downtown Historic Squares

Establishing nodes as strategic spots such as, junctions, places of a break in transportation, a crossing or convergence of paths, moments of shift from one structure to another, into which an observer can enter.

Conservation Park Squares Linear Park

- 2 Lanes on each side of the roads used Superfund/Brown field site revitalization: as main access roads with short straight- Use one of the brown field sites (1 Union aways avoiding traffic conflicts. Street, Brunswick, GA) as a prototype for the Phyto-remediation method. - Frontage lane proposed on the marsh side in particular sections abutting activi- Once cleaned use the land for educational ties such as squares. Conservation Park and other recreational purposes. - 5’ long bike path and sidewalk on both sides of the corridor. Signage: Using and enforcing more effective signage design guidelines. - One extra lane added at every intersection for simple and conflict free traffic Appropriate clustering, categorizing and movement color coding different types of signage.

Future Commercial Infill Waterfronts Redevelopment Proposed Bike Path Costal Greenway Bike Path

Storm water management: Adding an ecological filter for the storm water that is being discharged directly in the marshes using pipes. An economical and environment friendly solution to the storm water discharge and litter issues in the marshes. Commercial Infill Use marsh front to create a more urban boulevard on the city side and an active recreational corridor on the marsh side.

School

Conservation Park

Conservation Park

Welcome Center

Howard Coffin Park

Marshes Proposed Musum

Winsdor Park

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Proposed Changes on Intersections Before

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Historic Downtown Development Strategies:

Downtown Concept Proposal Diagram

Improve commercial activity by bringing more people to the downtown area. Reintroducing the original square system to develop pedestrian vantage points and increase the activity. Connect the historic district with the Highway corridor activities.

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Street Section Proposal

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Highway Nodes Downtown Nodes Historical Squares Conservation Park River Front Loop

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Conservation Park Pier, Eye Level View

Commercial Square Proposal Section A


Commercial Square Proposal Perspectiove

Squares Proposal Strategies: Bringing the History to the Highway by developing squares on the corridor using the reference of the traditional historical squares in Brunswick Downtown.

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Commercial Square Proposal Plan View Parking

Retail

Generating small retail commercial and recreational activities around the squares. Creating a linear parkway by connecting the squares using bike paths and pedestrian trails.

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EXTRA WORK


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PRINTMAKING PROCESSES

DIGITAL 3D MODELS NEIGHBORHOOD

ELECTRONIC DESIGN - REVIT


PRINTMAKING PROCESSES, 2013 The following set of prints were developed on the class Graduate Printmaking Processes at the Savannah College of Art and Design during the Fall quarter of 2013. Among the printmaking techniques learned are: Etching, Hard Grounds, Soft Grounds, Aquatint, Sugar Lift, Spit Bite & Screen Print. Two of the three copper plates that were used

Delta Urbanization. Developed using the Etching process.

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In total, nine prints of this design were generated. This process was very challenging due to the amount of layers and colors that were used. However, they were all executed successfully at the end.

Four of the nine prints made of this design

Corte #1. Developed using the Screen Print process.


DIGITAL 3D MODELS, 2014

During the graduate internship in Brown Design Studio, in 2014, it was required to take a closer look into the catalog of the firm and generate a number of Google Sketch Up 3D models of a selected number of projects. These models would be used to showcase the firm’s projects and help future clients understand the projects in a more accurate way by showing the proper measures of the projects and their diverse structural and design details.


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Vapour control layer turned up edge of roof, Insolation, lapped with roof waterproofing layer, and sealed.

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Lake House

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Master Bathroom Render

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A 501 Scale

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Photography by Carlos Paz. St Simons Island, GA. May 2013.



Portfolio: Architecture & Urban Design [English]