Migrant’s Lighthouse

Alfredo Esparza joins us for the first time and submitted a project called Migrant’s LighthouseAlfredo currently lives and works in Los Angeles as a Production Manager at ERA Stone and Tile. Before that he went to University in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he was able to hone his craft as an Architect. He was a Project Coordinator at Fusion del Valle, where he was in charge of working with all the different phases and teams involved in design, construction, and execution.

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In this project he seeks to design a living space for migrants that uses recycled materials. It goes into detail about how the building is cooled and warmed by different cost saving methods and materials that allow for the cost of construction to be affordable for the migrants. 

The goal was to create enough space for the migrants to be able to feel comfortable and safe, while also creating an environment that strengthens the community and the individual to improve themselves.

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Images by Alfredo Esparza

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