Carlos de la Fuente created Onion Sixteen as an academic project during his time at CEU San Pablo in Spain, and now he submitted it to the Portfolio Challenge. It provides you with a glimpse into the design process that Carlos used for this project, and how he practiced his craft during his academic experience.
Carlos has been working in Madrid at ACRE Architecture since last year and has been working towards getting the opportunity to work in the USA. Since he has joined the Architect-US family late last year, he has been focusing his efforts towards preparing for the professional world in the American architecture industry.
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Carlos used Autocad 2018, Rhino, Octane Render, Vray, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator to create Onion Sixteen.
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Images by Carlos de la Fuente
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