Marta Espinosa, previously submitted her project called Territorial Planning and Equestrian Facilities ,which was influenced by her love for Equestrian. Now this time she is coming back with another top notch project called Art Innovation Center. Although the name seems to give away the purpose of the structure, Marta has added details regarding her inspiration and how she seeks to connect the center to the nature around it.
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Marta has been working at Torrence Architects in Los Angeles, and previously studied at the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) for Architecture. The goal of this project was to blend into the surroundings of the hills and the trees. As you can see below, Marta shows wood piled in a way that forms waves, which she then translates into her designs on paper. The light comes into the center through the cracks that are formed by the layering of the wood.
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Images by Marta Espinosa
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