Guillermo Traibel joins us again for another iteration of the Portfolio Challenge, and this time he submitted a project focused on renovating an iconic recreation complex in a beach town in Uruguay. Join us for some fun in the sun!

Guillermo Traibel Abella has been part of the Architect-USJob+J1 Visa Program for some time now, and has submitted his work to the Portfolio Challenge before with Roosevelt Avenue. The Uruguayan Architect has been working towards his first chance to prove himself in the US industry.

Roosevelt Avenue is a detailed project that shows how an apartment building is planned, and it goes from idea to building plan to construction plan to the small details in each apartment. Now he has submitted Arcobaleno which is a Recreation Complex in Punta del Este, Uruguay. He provides different options for preserving the tradition and the design style from the 1960s.

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A couple of years ago he graduated from Universidad ORT Uruguay, and he received his Bachelors in Architecture. Currently he is working at Humphrey & Partners Architects in Montevideo, and has been there for around 4 years now.

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How would you preserve the design style of older structures that need renovation? Leave us your thoughts/insights in the comments section below!! 👇👇👇

Images by Guillermo Traibel Abella

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