Hernando Luna

Hernando Luna

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Ryan Dyer, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2015 Core Design II: “Miami Mixed Use” (final) - Spring Professor Stan Russell

Edificio Oficina, Calle Havre 67, Col. Juarez, Mexico DF nd    Arq. Jaime Herrasti Donde -    Fotos: HM Arriaga    Office building, Col. Juarez, Mexico City nd

Edificio Oficina, Calle Havre 67, Col. Juarez, Mexico DF nd Arq. Jaime Herrasti Donde - Fotos: HM Arriaga Office building, Col. Juarez, Mexico City nd

Edificio de oficinas, Insurgentes Sur en la esquina de Chilpancingo, Condesa, México DF nd    Arqs Ramón Marcos Noriega y Salvador Martí Alcantara -    Office Building along Insurgentes Sur, Condesa, Mexico City nd

Edificio de oficinas, Insurgentes Sur en la esquina de Chilpancingo, Condesa, México DF nd Arqs Ramón Marcos Noriega y Salvador Martí Alcantara - Office Building along Insurgentes Sur, Condesa, Mexico City nd

Concorso internazionale di progettazione per il quartiere della Città della Scienza

Image 5 of 8 from gallery of Studio 015 Paola Viganò Wins Competition to Masterplan Rome's Progetto Flaminio District. IAN+'s Shortlisted Entry. Image via Progetto Flaminio

Model of PNCA ArtHouse (image courtesy Lever Architecture) -Love the Light effect! Instead of a monolithic facade maybe a screen that gets broke and reveals these beams of light at night

Visions of the Future // Model of PNCA ArtHouse (image courtesy Lever Architecture) -Love the Light effect! Instead of a monolithic facade maybe a screen that gets broke and reveals these beams of light at night

Material Use: organic base, clean acrylic and metal details Connection Details: clean and minimal Concept Boundary: limited and creates a balance/ juxtaposition between the site and the less organic construction

Architectural model and sculpure. Material Use: organic base, clean acrylic and metal details Connection Details: clean and minimal Concept Boundary: limited and creates a balance/ juxtaposition between the site and the less organic construction