La madera como protagonista – Work featured on El Nuevo Día newspaper

La madera como protagonista – Work featured on El Nuevo Día newspaper

El Nuevo Día, the newspaper with highest circulation in Puerto Rico, featured our project, Olympic Agency Insurance, in page 4 of their “Por Dentro” section. The article, titled “Wood as protagonist” by Heidee Rolón Cintrón, highlights the use of wood and wood products as a design statement. Photography by Wandaliz Vega.      

Industrial atrevido – Work featured on Modo de Vida magazine

Industrial atrevido – Work featured on Modo de Vida magazine

Thanks again to Modo de Vida for featuring another of my projects on their beautiful magazine. This time, the September edition, features Olympic Agency Insurance with beautiful pictures and editorial. Thanks again to Eileen Rivera Esquilin for writing the article and Carlos Esteva for his photography. Follow this link to see the article on page 74. […]

Arquitectura en proceso de Encarnación

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Architecture, miscellaneous, theory | No Comments

Por Carlos Vigo Torres, bajo supervisión de Lilliana Ramos Collado.   La Arquitectura Contemporánea muestra el intento de encarnación de las últimas propuestas teóricas acerca el entorno, sus elementos y sus significados. Se sintetizan los vastos y ambiguos discursos teóricos en elementos comprensibles para su aplicación práctica en la construcción y/o definición de un espacio, edificio, hogar, […]

Interview with Thom Marvel

Posted by on Apr 26, 2011 in Architecture, film, miscellaneous | No Comments

  Interview with Architect Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA about two iconic buildings he designed during the 1970’s, the City Hall and Theater in Bayamón and the Carmelite Convent in Trujillo Alto. Produced by Carlos Vigo and Christopher Galán.

Undergraduate Portfolio

Posted by on Dec 13, 2010 in Architecture, art, miscellaneous | No Comments
Undergraduate Portfolio

While looking around for inspiration in other portfolios, I found that there are many great designs that become unreadable with suffocating layouts that include too much information. So I made sure that my drawings had some breathing space. Also, I love drawings that speak for themselves, so I arranged the text in a single column, on […]