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Una editorial me contactó para que les mande imágenes de mi diseño textil llamado ‘Fusign’ para ser publicado en este libro sobre diseño para moda. Este diseño, fue parte de mi tesis de la maestría.

An editorial, contacted me so that they could publish images from my textile pattern design called ‘Fusign’ This pattern was part of my graduate thesis project.

Anschlieend wollte ich mich wieder meinem eigentlichen thema zuwenden.

Restaurante TinoVino

TinoVino is a Spanish and Mediterranean restaurant in Mexico City. The Design concept was developed using a mosaic element to create the logo and this same shape was adapted into various applications both in corporate identity and surface graphics.

Corporate design applications include logo and logo variations, business cards and stationary, loyalty discount card, box for delivering bill/check, advertising pamphlets, invitations for inauguration and invitation for jazz night events and signage.

Surface design applications include creation of pattern based off of logo design in various forms: Decorative vinyl on glass that works as space dividers and decorative elements, laser cut wood panels on ceiling and mosaics that cover table tops.

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Juan de la Barrera

Surface and signage design of apartment building in Mexico City. Since this a green building and is located two blocks away from a Park, the inspiration for this project is nature.

Lobby design: As you enter this building, a long and narrow staircase leads to the security desk in the lobby. This hallway culminates with a set of four Laser-cut wood lattice panels which allow light to shine through a window located in the stairway behind it.
The tall walls in the narrow entrance-way were also decorated with painted murals with the same theme.

Window interiors: Every apartment in the building has a large window that looks into an internal courtyard, In order to create privacy in a way that would allow the light to come in, a decorative Vinyl cutout was created with a repeat pattern.

Signage: The signage design for this project consists of the street sign; a steel lazer cut plaque with the street number, and interior signs consisting of wooden plaques with the apartment numbers.

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