Material: Wood, paint and plastic.
This is my model of my graduation project.
ZIGZAG CITY GROUP MAQUET
[2013-2014] Material: Wood, paint and lighting.
For the exhibition of the ZigZag City assignment we have made with our class a model of the ZigZag route through the different locations of Rotterdam.
 Material: Wood, clay, carpet, paint, and tape.
My professor had chosen a building for me. I had to make models in different scales of it. These are the models I am proud of.
 Material: Wire, balsa wood, paper and paint.
Studies to create new spaces in a different way by using fixed dimensions, free forms and different materials.
HOUSE IN THE WOODS
 Material: Wood, sand, paper, trees, plastic and patterns.
The assignment was to design a building in the style of an architects process. My professor had Herzog and de Meuron chosen for me. My inspiration was the facade, the pattern is connected with the bark of the trees.
 Material: Wood, paint, paper, led lighting, mirrors, plastic and patterns.
The assignment was to create the feeling of being in different types of buildings by using view boxes. The three buildings I have chosen for are the glow golf in Rucphen, the cubic houses and OT Theater in Rotterdam.
QUEEN'S CHAPEL BY INIGO JONES
 Material: Cardboard and pencil.
The assignment was architect assigned. My architect was Inigo Jones and I could choose myself which building I would make for the maquet.
SERPIENTE DI PIXLE
 Material: Wood and paint.
The assignment was to design a nightstand. For the design you would be inspired by an architect, designer or artist. I had chosen for Gaudí. He used mosaic to create animal figures in his buildings. I have seen the mosaic for the pixels (the blocks) of this time. My nightstand is an object hanging on the wall that serves as an eye-catcher. My animal figure is a snake. Below the pictures of making the prototype and the final result.