The Exposed Interior

Miguel Majano Diaz joins us for the first time to share his project that is full of hidden views, and he provides us with an understanding of how he goes about designing new projects and ideas. Don’t miss out!

Miguel Majano Díaz joins the Portfolio Challenge for the first time with his project called The Exposed Interior. Miguel went to Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha for his degree in Architecture, and during that Academic time Miguel was able to practice his design skills and be creative with his ideas for projects.

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Below you will see how Miguel worked through the experience of being in this town, where the best view of the church is from different hidden angles and views that are not readily available or open to the general public. He further explains his perspective on the value of having hidden views, that allow an individual to have time to themselves while enjoying the cityscape.

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Images by Miguel Majano Díaz

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