Miguel de la Ossa joins us for the first time in the Portfolio Challenge, and we are excited to show his top-notch work to our community. A couple of years ago he got the chance to work with Cetra Ruddy in New York City. Now he is back in Spain working as an Architect at Estudio Herreros.

Miguel de la Ossa has been an incredible part of the Architect-USJob+J1 Visa Program and through his work and focus he was able to get work in the USA. DISCO + DWELLINGS AT THE MINISTRIES PARKING is Miguel’s creative process allowed to run, as you can see in the starting sketches, but then you start to see more form created. You see how the abstract becomes detailed and lays out how to start from foundation to final form.

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In 2016, Miguel joined our program, and very soon after was offered the chance to work in New York City with Cetra Ruddy. He got to stay there until 2018, and was able to learn more about construction documentation and client facing. Now he is in Spain working as an Architect with Estudio Herreros.

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What kind of disco would you design? How would it incorporate a dwelling aspect? Leave us your thoughts/insights in the comments section below!! 👇👇👇

Images by Miguel de la Ossa

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