Cristina Asla Ortiz de Latierro became part of the Architect-USJob+J1 Visa Program this year, and is very excited to be joining Wheeler Kearns Architects in Chicago in the coming months. For her first submission to the Portfolio Challenge, Cristina provided a project called Rehabilitacion Casa Pastors. She has always resonated deeply with Art and design aesthetics, a spark that led her to obtain a diploma in Curatorial Studies.
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This time around she is submitting a project called Residential Hybrid Building, which aims to be a flexible and adaptable space for a community to live in. Cristina plays around with the possible dimensions and adds different fixtures that add to the openness and sense of freedom to roam through the buildings different levels. As you can see, she is applying her love for art with her design and architectural endeavors.
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Images by Cristina Asla Ortiz de Latierro
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