Hello!

This is Gemma, an architectural designer and 3D artist from Barcelona
Passionate about design, I studied architecture in my hometown, Barcelona, and then took a masters in generative architecture and environment in Grenoble, France. I did an internship in Freiburg, Germany, and after graduating I headed to London, where I have mainly worked ever since.
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I have around 5 years experience in architecture, all in all.

In London, I’ve worked for firms such as Rafael Viñoly, HKS and Patel Taylor, which gave me exposure not only to both local and international projects (from London to Buenos Aires to Boston to Dubai to Jeddah to Kuwait) but also very different typologies (residential, urban regeneration projects, but also healthcare, hospitality, offices and transport).

Also, I worked for a year in my hometown, Barcelona, for Ricardo Bofill for a project (office and education) in Morocco.

Plus, I also took 6 months of sabbatical time, in which I focused in volunteering and humanitarian design (sustainable mobility in New Orleans with Open Architecture Collaborative, and healthcare research and design in Burundi for ASASS as a UN Volunteer), and urban and social research. And music, lots of music obviously.
I really do geek in every form of design, and so I have also worked here and there in other things, such as graphic design, or UX/UI design.
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And Obviously, CGI. 

Both for architecture visualisation and for product.

Having extensive experience in architecture and design, I understand the design process and the communication needs in each phase of the project, from volumetric images and materialistic intention, to renderings in which not only the pojected volume can be appreciated but everything that we architects wouold like to achieve with our designs – the space, the imagination, the feelings that this future project will instill in the user.


Understanding that architecture isn’t only about matter, I always try to capture that intention of the architect, so the images become a real communication tool

want to collaborate?