Miró Rivera Architects
Program: Competition for a museum uniquely situated over an archeological excavation in Northern Spain. The building seeks to maximize the urban area by creating a series of public spaces that connect existing plazas, streets, and sidewalks. A gateway to the town will be located over the sixteenth century remains of the tower.
Charrette: As part of an 8-person team, I directly contributed in concept formation, plan organization, detail development, and the administration of production. Throughout the process, I made significant contributions to various drawings in preparation for competition entry.
Research & Analysis: Through the interpretation of historic records, elevation data, and archaeological documentation, I single-handedly deciphered three centuries of overlapping architectural interventions in order to catalogue the archaeological components, thus allowing the team to develop an accurate design strategy.
Modeling & Presentation: As one of two primary model managers, I helped build and maintain several working versions of the virtual building. I rendered several models and illustrated with full entourage.