Alejandro Caicoya has been able to gain a healthy amount of experience in the industry by starting his own firm in his home country, while also working towards his career dream of working in the USA. Intramuros by Alejandro Caicoya provides us with a snapshot into the way that Alejandro views the world, and design in general.

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Alejandro Caicoya joined the Architect-US Job+J1 Visa Program, and went on to get work at GF55 in New York City. He has dealt and learned from the experience of starting his own firm in Spain. The renders you can see below portray his ability to think of small and large details and combine them to create something incredible. During his time studying at ETSAM – The Polytechnic School of Madrid, Alejandro was able to improve his craft and eventually take these skills to gain work in the USA.

In the last renders you can see the detail and consideration for the movement of people within the design. Alejandro Caicoya used Vray, Sketchup, and Photoshop to create these beautiful renders.

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Images by Alejandro Caicoya

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