Camila Rodriguez joins us for a second round of the Portfolio Challenge by submitting her project called Villa 20 – Lugano City. Last time she submitted a project called La Carcova. Camila worked on this project while studying at the University of Buenos Aires, and its focus is on sustainability and affordable living. More specifically, she mentions that the idea was to create a flexible support that, from a productive point of view, allows the generation of energy, food production, rainwater collecting, and social gathering areas.
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By creating a circular economy within a small community and combining it with the technology of these structures, it provides a flexibility that allows for the adaptation necessary to handle the constant morphological change that this specific neighborhood is dealing with.
Camila used Rhino, Photoshop, V-Ray, and Revit for this wonderful project!
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Images by Camila Rodriguez
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