Incubators for Artists

Louis Lacorne Casero submitted Incubators for Artists for his first project in the Portfolio Challenge. He completed this project for his Universidad San Pablo CEU, Final Thesis Project and received high scores for his creativity and rehabilitation. Louis has been working at Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura (RBTA) in Barcelona for just over 2 months now. Before that he had interned at three different firms in Madrid, the most recent firms were Mendoza & Simal Arquitectos and Fenwick Iribarren Architects. He has been part of several group of architecture competitions and conferences, and is always looking for new ways to exhibit his work, while still pushing the envelope of what he can do.

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His final thesis project was a rehabilitation of an old abandoned industrial building on the banks of the river almendares in La Habana, Cuba. The project decides to revitalize the bank of the river transforming the building into an artist hub where 10 international artists would live and work, as well as create workshops for the people that live around the project. It is a building which is directly connected the Fabrica de Arte Cubano, thus helping local and international artists get known.

For this project, Louis used Autocad, Rhino, Vray and Photoshop to create this wonderful design!

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Images by Louis Lacorne Casero

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