DIGITAL RENDERINGS & SIMULATIONS
various professional VISUALIZATIONS FROM TROPICal, DESERT, and jungle region ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS
The following design projects are from a period of time working in collaboration with Studio Caban, a Tucson-based architecture concept design studio, as well as clients such as Four Seasons, One&Only, and Thor Urbana, among many others. The renders shown are for commercial and residential clients with a range of project criteria, user requirements, and geographical complications to respond to.
ABOUT THE PROJECT: Shown are three design options—-one primary, and two alternates—-for a four-bedroom branded residence on the island resort of Caye Chapel, a product of Four Seasons.
Rendering options display explorations of different spatial experiences, structural assemblies, and variation in typologies referenced, from local to contemporary.
ABOUT THE PROJECT: Shown is the schematic design for a luxury hotel suite on the island resort of Caye Chapel, a product of Four Seasons.
The intent of the design is to respond to the tropical site in a way that respects past typologies in the local area of Belize. Utilizing locally-sourced materials and methods, combined with modern engineering, the result is a contextual oasis that will stand the test of use over time.
ABOUT THE PROJECT: Shown are marketing renders for desert dwellings nestled within the historic Barrio Viejo neighborhood of Tucson, Arizona. The projects represent the fusion of history with contemporary design, resulting in spaces that evoke a quiet timelessness to the users within.
ABOUT THE PROJECT: Shown are concept design renders for a six-bedroom branded residence within the confines of the Mandarina One&Only resort located deep within the dense jungle region of Nayarit, Mexico (shown in green on the map below).
The project included numerous challenges, including addressing the complex program requirements, responding to mountainous terrain and intense weather conditions, and protecting specified trees and historic archaeology sites.