4 3 5 6

Last time around Giulia Pierotti submitted her work called Arsenale Contemporary Theatre, and it gained traction for its interesting and new way of viewing an iconic theatre. This time around, Giulia submitted some of her early projects where we can see how she practiced her design skills.

Giulia Pierotti,  an incredible Italian architect from our Architect-US Job+J1 Visa Programsubmitted 4 3 5 6 which she worked on during her studies at the Architecture of Interiors, Faculty of Architecture at Politecnico di Milano she created this wonderful masterpiece. Now she is working in New York City with Space4Architecture.

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Giulia mentions that 4 3 5 6 is an example of her work towards perfecting her craft and design. As you can see, the project is simple yet it tries to show the basic fundamentals that she worked on to become a better designer. Giulia previously submitted other work such as Arsenale Contemporary Theatre where she showed our community how she applies these base skills to more complex projects.

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Images by Giulia Pierotti

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