Marta Calvinho connects with the Architect-US community to show her renderings of a eco-friendly residential building in Paris. During her Masters in Architecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she was also inspired to keep working as an architect in the USA. Now she is working as an Architectural Designer in New York City with Andre Kikoski Architects. Learn about how she creates each rendering for each layer of the structure, as well as the unique balconies!

Marta Calvinhooriginally from Portugal, submitted their project called ParisMarta has traveled from London to Tokyo to Chicago and now she is in New York City with Andre Kikoski Architects. She has worked with Andre Kikoski for a year and a half as an Architectural Designer.

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Marta was able to get her Masters in Architecture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicagoafter she got the chance to travel to the USA on various internships. During her time in Europe she was inspired by the newer building styles she was seeing, yet she wanted to expand on these designs. You can see her rendering of the sloped and weirdly shaped balconies to add some fresh aspects to the residential building in Paris.

Marta has always had a passion for creating beautiful, unique, and useful design for people to create their own homes. The renderings below portray her passion to connect humans and their personal space with nature through the hanging gardens.

How would you design a new eco-friendly building with the swagger of Parisian life included? Leave us your thoughts/insights in the comments section below!! 👇👇👇

Images by Marta Calvinho

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