Vallehermoso Market

Javier Martin De la Fuente is back with another project submitted to the Portfolio Challenge. This time around he provided us with a redesign of a market in Vallehermoso, in which he provides the audience with a background look into how he created the smaller modules that make up the outside of the market façade.

Javier Martin de la Fuente,  an incredible artist and architect from our Architect-US Job+J1 Visa Programsubmitted IE Hub to the Portfolio Challenge previously. Javier studied at The University of Technology Sydney and now, Fuentes is chasing his American Dream by working at SHoP Architects in New York City since 2018.

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Javier sought to recreate a market that is in Vallehermoso, and he focused on the façade of Vallehermoso Market by creating smaller modules made of steel that can then be connected together to create a larger structure. As you can see in the photos below, Javier provides us with some insight into how he created the smaller modules.

For this incredible rendering he used the following software: Illustrator, Photoshop, Autocad, and Rhinoceros.

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Images by Javier Martin de la Fuente

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