Parametric Reciprocal Structures

Tiago Ferreira joins us for the fourth time in the Architect-US Portfolio Challenge, and last time he submitted a project called House in a House. This time around he submitted Parametric Reciprocal Structures, which aims to use natural materials to create a structure that is parametrical and reciprocal, as you can see below.

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Tiago attended the Universidad de Minho in Braga, Portugal and more recently worked with Handis SNC in Casablanca, Morocco. He has a passion for design and rendering of spaces that create a new experience for the user and takes them out of their comfort zone to make them think about their surroundings and how they interact with it.

Tiago Ferreira used AutoCAD, SketchUp and Rhino to create this beautiful artwork.

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Images by Tiago Ferreira

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