Portfolio - Columbia MSAAD 2017
Exhibition Team for the 2019 Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture Alejandro Ciudad, Alex Loh, Mengjiao Zhang, Roderick Cruz & Zhe Cao
Odaka - Waterfront
2019 Cosmo Couture
Cosmo Couture DC fosters a direct collaboration between local Architecture, Interior Design firms and their manufacturing partners in the Washington DC area, to create garments reflecting a given theme. The garments are then judged by a panel of DC notables during a runway show with awards given to design teams in different categories. In 2019 as a part of the Antunovich team our concept , “Recollective Vision” won the best runway performance.
Cosmo Couture DC Sketch
Madrid in Spring
Watercolor on paper 9" x 6"
Steelcase Table Competition
Steelcase invited FOX Architects to be part of a competition to modify their Baseline tabletops. They provided one plywood top as a blank canvas. And after a 4 weeks period to ideate, prepare materials and test construction methods. The competitors had 1 hour to implement their designs to this single wooden table top. With concrete casted modular pieces we decided to create a topographic landscape within a penrose tiling.
The Listening Woman
Project developed alongside Adriana Ciudad for her exhibition at Wu Gallery, "Sensibilia" The experience of the sensible world when it opens beyond the perceptual limits is what its explored in “Sensibilia“ . The sculpture depicts everyday scenes and environments that are , at once, mental landscapes and dream worlds , which seem to unfold different levels of experience : the sense , the perceived, the thought , the presentiment , etc. Max Hernández Calvo
This project was developed for the Modern Art Museum of Lima, as part of the graduates exposition of the summer classes in 2003. Material: Bee Wax & Oil Paint
Adaptive Seating System.
The objective was to create a seating system that would transform itself by changing the position of the upper layer. The model was built by molding the concrete and bending previously soaked wood.
Parametric Tri-Part Vase
The design started with a simple vase which was modified by a parametric script in which a randomized number of points were created in a surface. This points would be the center points for a number of spheres. This object would then be cleaned and merged as a single surface which was then set to flow on the previously designed vase. The Object was divided in 3 pieces with the middle one casted in resin and the other parts were casted in concrete, therefore creating the flower pot.
Knife + Fork + Spoon
The idea was to modify a simple utensil and create a new object. The Design was to create a single object that was composed by several elements. This elements were the knife, the fork and the spoon, which in a puzzling manner interlocked their geometries.
The idea behind this sculpture was to create a reflection of a particular feeling. In this case “Die Trennung” stands for the period of time where two souls get separated and the devastating hole it leaves in one person. The sadness and consolation go hand in hand in this piece. A direct reference to this piece is the poem XX by Pablo Neruda, “Tonight I can write. - Munich, 2011
The World is a constructed enviroment, were nature exists until its destroyed. Buildings emerge and nature collapse. The Sculpture represents the buildings within the wood.
In order to satisfy the requirements of a client who was an adept of the bullfight, it was decided to install a piece that could represent his admiration to the animal without harming one in the process. The sculpture consists of 41 interlocking pieces that could be assembled at any time. 4 fixed cores, 13 sliding pieces and 24 pieces for the horns.