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Video

Hambleton Group: 50 años

Hambleton Group: 50 años

Filmed and edited a visual story to celebrate the company’s 50th Anniversary celebration.

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Hambleton Group

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Video Production Alberto Rigau Production Assistant Victor Blay

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Video

Sor Vicky & Sor Brenda

Sor Vicky & Sor Brenda

Meet Catholic Sisters Vicky and Brenda of the Misioneras del Cristo Salvador Order. These atypical nuns live within the communities they aim to help, specifically concentrating on children and adolescents.

After 24 years in the Vietnam neighborhood in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, they have moved to the Cotto community in the town of Arecibo, where they have inaugurated a new center to continue with their social work.

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Centro AME

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Filmography Alberto Rigau

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Pan Pepín: How is bread made?

Pan Pepín: How is bread made?

As part of the filming that took place for B. Fernández & Hnos. 125th Anniversary video we had the opportunity to spend time in Pan Pepín. This is was our outcome…

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Pan Pepín

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CREDITS _ Filmography & Editing Alberto Rigau

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Popular’s Urban Hub Development

Popular’s Urban Hub Development

We photographed and edited a stop-animation documentation of the development of Popular Inc.’s Urban Hub Project in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. It is located in the area known as “La Milla de Oro”.

Custom water-tight camera cases and building clamps were designed and built for the project. Photography was carried out between October 2015 and May 2018.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Production & Photography Alberto Rigau Industrial Design Alberto Rigau, Pedro Claudio Fabrication Ideagrama

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portfolio

El Almacén del Vino

El Almacén del Vino

En Rieles, exhibited from 2007 thru 2010 in Banco Popular de Puerto Rico’s Old San Juan Building, promoted the benefits of installing a TRAM system in the city of San Juan.

The exhibit, divided in sections, covers historical train-related themes and presents contemporary urban issues. Means of representation range from traditional exhibition panels, to interactive touch screens, sculptures, 3-D Glasses, environmental interventions, interactive walls, and even a train model with a futuristic look at what our city would be like with a TRAM.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Installations portfolio Signage

San Patricio: Signage

San Patricio: Signage

En Rieles, exhibited from 2007 thru 2010 in Banco Popular de Puerto Rico’s Old San Juan Building, promoted the benefits of installing a TRAM system in the city of San Juan.

The exhibit, divided in sections, covers historical train-related themes and presents contemporary urban issues. Means of representation range from traditional exhibition panels, to interactive touch screens, sculptures, 3-D Glasses, environmental interventions, interactive walls, and even a train model with a futuristic look at what our city would be like with a TRAM.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Stationery

ArqPoli: Join us!

ArqPoli: Join us!

Arqpoli, the School of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico reaches 15 years of age. It commemorates the milestone with a celebration for its students, alums and faculty members.

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ArqPoli

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Design Alberto Rigau

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Rooms of a City / Patios de una Ciudad

Rooms of a City / Patios de una Ciudad

Fitting five centuries and a city in 18”x 30”

The New School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, with a grant from the American Express Foundation, produced an architectural map of old San Juan, the first of to identify both its structures and public spaces including its patios, nooks and other hidden spaces. The map –edited in Spanish and English- is geared to a wide range of audiences including children, tourists and those who know and have studied the city.

For too long the historical center of our capital city has lacked a guide that explains to the public the history and merits of the buildings within the walled district. Conscious of this need, Polytechnic University took on the task of documenting San Juan’s colonial heritage, drawing and photographing some of the best examples. Students and professors have developed detailed drawings and informative texts that are included in the map/guide. With the map, visitors to the city can walk through Old San Juan at their own pace and define their visit individually.

Map designed to inform the visitors of Old San Juan of important inner spaces that are not visible from the sidewalk or street.

Activity made to present the map and its contents to several schools in the area of Old San Juan.

A series of faculty members of the Architecture school of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico provided tours, teaching about the importance of each of the spaces.

Marker designed to identify those building that inside have an open space.

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Branding

J.A. Nassar & Asoc. Brand Identity

J.A. Nassar & Asoc. Brand Identity

Stationery conceived as grammar

A radiology firm wanted to invest in a bit of advertising. After evaluating the matter, it was suggested to them to re-brand the envelopes which hold the exams. These are the best portable way of advertising, since they cannot be folded, clients hold out under their arms, and end up in every doctor’s office. As part of the project, the nameplate and stationery were updated as well.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Puerto Rico Gráfico: San Juan

Puerto Rico Gráfico: San Juan

URBAN WALLS CONCEIVED AS TEXT

The author/photographer relies on the lens to enhance an appreciation of the contemporary urban experience by framing quotidian images and their messages, as they appear in well known places around the city of San Juan. Uprooted from their context, images are woven into a narrative of their own. An exhibit followed the publication; examples that had already vanished were acknowledged as such in the exhibit.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Branding

Amador + Calzada Brand Identity

Amador + Calzada Brand Identity

TELLING AN INVISIBLE STORY

A small architecture studio is awarded Puerto Rico’s National Architecture Design Award. What better reason to re-brand the studio’s visual strategy?

A series of conversations with the Architects led to the understanding of their need: communicating with larger and more serious clients. As such, the visual identity is brought together by a conservative consistency rather than a flashy design language. The blueprints on the designs are taken from the studio’s work, with the business cards showcasing the Barranquitas’ Public Library, winner of the prestigious award.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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100 Preguntas que nos hemos hecho sobre Puerto Rico

100 Preguntas que nos hemos hecho sobre Puerto Rico

Concerned with how readers often fail to acknowledge and ultimately disregard the relevance of student ideas, reducing them to image-making, an Architecture School’s Dean struggled to find the best way to showcase such work.

The School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico decided to celebrate its 10th anniversary by publishing and exhibiting the most important student work made so far. As structure for the publication, it was decided to present the projects in question format, underlining the importance of inquiry over image. One hundred entries (grouped and coded by theme) predetermined the book’s format and that of the exhibit. Elegance (it is about architecture) and informality (but also about students) had to be conveyed.

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ArqPoli

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Publisher Jorge Rigau, FAIA Graphic Design Alberto Rigau Content Processing  Víctor Blay, Eduardo Miranda y Ricardo Carrero Proofreading Jaime Suárez, Annie Oquendo, Maribel Rijos

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Paisajes Estratificados

Paisajes Estratificados

EMBRACING VERTICALITY

A rare, extra vertical canvas challenges the use of geometric proportions: the design embraces verticality. Pagination, scores, and folds guide the experience of looking at the artists work.

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Adriano Rogés Exhibit

Adriano Rogés Exhibit

NARRATIVE AS REMEMBERING

This exhibit commemorates the life and works of Cuban Architect Adriano Rogés. The project intended to thread a narrative of this creative designer’s story through the juxtaposition of language, anecdotes, images, physical objects, and environmental graphics.

The curatorial strategy was to present standard biographical content through the lens of four different viewpoints: The Architect, The Landscape Architect, The Work, and the Family Man. The exhibit opened on March 17th of 2006 in the Guaynabo office of Jardincentro.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Shout Out! Brand Identity

Shout Out! Brand Identity

GRAPHIC DESIGN AS VOICE

Shout Out! Clothing is based on the concept of customizable, interactive apparel and accessories that facilitate and promote self expression. T-shirts for men, women, and children that have detachable letters, numbers and symbols that can be rearranged on a circle message area on the front of the shirt to display whatever you want to. In addition to the circle on the front, there’s also a strip on the back to display a message such as a name.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Editorial Revés: Micro

Editorial Revés: Micro

PROCESS BECOMES STRUCTURE

An architect’s portfolio of recent work unfolds the creative process pursuant to recent, small-scale design projects. The book mirrors a more or less standard procedure: problem analysis leads to an idea which becomes a set of diagrams and develops 2D and 3D. The building phase yields a final product, but also a few leftovers, often overlooked.

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Editorial Revés: Micro

PROCESS BECOMES STRUCTURE

An architect’s portfolio of recent work unfolds the creative process pursuant to recent, small-scale design projects. The book mirrors a more or less standard procedure: problem analysis leads to an idea which becomes a set of diagrams and develops 2D and 3D. The building phase yields a final product, but also a few leftovers, often overlooked.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Stationery

Drag Kings: Un ejercicio (contra) magistral

Drag Kings: Un ejercicio (contra) magistral

A new dean takes over the younger of two architecture schools. His first order of business? Host an opening lecture to communicate initial ideas, intentions and plans. The event had to be publicly advertised. Radiographic language was chosen to allow for the most direct message with the least amount of insult.

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ArqPoli, Inc.

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CREDITSDesigner Alberto Rigau Printing Color Images

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Optimus: 11vo Certamen de diseño e impresión

Optimus: 11vo Certamen de diseño e impresión

A canvas to honor the work of others

For 10 years American Paper Corp. had been running the Optimus design and printing awards. Recently, the awards had been embedded within Gráfica del Caribe, preventing them from establishing their own visual identity.

For the 11th awards, we were asked to create a new graphic voice and design the first stand-alone exhibit. A small gallery was identified, materials from the warehouse were recycled and some printing was done to ambient the location.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Noemí Ruiz y su espacio en el tiempo

Noemí Ruiz y su espacio en el tiempo

COLOR IN ART, COLOR AS LIFE

A retrospective must, of necessity, offer a survey of an artist’s career, while the exhibit’s catalogue highlights the most relevant aspects of her contribution to the arts within the period. We were selected by the Contemporary Art Museum to design both for artist Noemí Ruiz.

The publication, graphically designed to mimic the artists painting style, offers an examination of the artist’s large body of work—more than eight hundred pieces. As companion to the retrospective exhibit, it provided an extension for the exhibit beyond the walls of the museum.

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Popular, Inc.

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CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Iglesia San José: Vista desde el andamio:

Iglesia San José: Vista desde el andamio:

VIEW FROM THE SCAFFOLD

San José was built between 1532 & 1735 as a conventual church for Dominican friars. It’s age, the ravages of time and the lack of timely preventative conservation work have had a harmful toll on it. Conservation will not be easy.

We were commissioned the design of a catalog and exhibit to explain the renovation process to the community, along with many of the archaeological, architectural and cultural discoveries that have been made. We devised a series of self-standing modules to hold the content of the exhibit. These were distributed through the space to allow visitors to enjoy a complete walk-around, while simultaneously providing exposure to all of the contents.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Gilda Navarra: Detrás del Silencio

Gilda Navarra: Detrás del Silencio

MUSICAL NOTATION GUIDES DESIGN

After exploring body movement for 80 years (ballet, flamenco, mime and modern dance), a leading Puerto Rican theater figure thought it fit—as her swan song—to collect her memorabilia in a publication, including artwork, set and costume designs, photos (portraits, live action), original programs, posters and press clippings. Widely admired, Gilda Navarra was a muse to many artists in America and Europe, as evidenced by myriad texts and images.

Music played an important role in Gilda’s signature pieces, usually developed for silent characters. The book was thus conceived as a musical piece itself. Its design is based on an ever­present pentagram, often clear, at times suggested or just implied. Because music provides graphic representations of silence—lacking in conventional language—these symbols become metaphors for different “times” in the artist’s ever­changing, transcendental oeuvre.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Una de cal y otra de arena

Una de cal y otra de arena

CAPTIONS AS FOUNDATIONS WITHIN A LAYOUT

Puerto Rico’s short history has equipped the island with a rich and detailed history of its construction sector, particularly in techniques and ways of building. Our design presents this record for the public’s enjoyment.

The book’s size called for a layout where readers could read, learn, reflect, enjoy, share, or just use as quick reference. Image captions, traditionally attached in proximity to the content they represent, here portray a narrative of their own, not only complementing the visual, but also providing a secondary text that can be read in conjunction with the rest of the composition or in an independent manner. The jacket hints at the never ending nature of the construction process.

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Popular, Inc.

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CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Vieques Public Fountain

Vieques Public Fountain

RE-PURPOSING AS A MEANS TO CREATION

This project, a new fountain for the town plaza in Vieques, was a collaboration with Jorge Rigau, FAIA Architects and Jaime Suárez, ceramist, explored form, message, craft, typography and architecture.

A darby, usually used to smoothen out concrete surfaces, is repurposed into a typographic stamp, that once pressed into the concrete, leaves the impression of the words. The words Voces and Brazos were used.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Branding

Momenta Group Brand Identity

Momenta Group Brand Identity

Learning as a path to discovery. Design as a path to understanding.

Momenta Workshops runs a series of educational photography programs to elevate the skills and help nurture the excitement of discovery of aspiring photographers. The Momenta programs range from basic instruction to advanced workshops that focus on skills such as narrative photography, multimedia and local outreach programs.

We were commissioned the development of a visual identity for the brand, including the mark, typographic complements and chromatic structures.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Objects

Spivak-Velilla Residential Door

Spivak-Velilla Residential Door

HIDDEN LETTERS SAY WELCOME

This collaboration with Jorge Rigau, FAIA Arquitectos aimed at providing a signature door to an already signature home. The Spivak family inquired for a graphic gesture to welcome their guests at the entrance of the home. Typography was used as inspiration for the design and specification of the finished solution. Wood, steel and cortén steel became the tools of process and exploration.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Isabela Irrigation Channels

Isabela Irrigation Channels

DESIGN ENABLES ADVOCACY

Puerto Rico has a 20th century system of irrigation channels that distribute water to homes and farmlands. Still in operation today, to most they remain unknown. Jorge Rigau FAIA conceived two pilot projects to garner support for the development of Isabela’s irrigation channels as a key ecotourism attraction.

We were tasked with the graphic development of both pilot projects.  Oversized words were “sprinkled” along the canal to underline key questions, typographic elements were inserted within the landscape. A temporary, movable exhibition was handed over to the local community for further promotion

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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En Rieles: Otra forma de movernos por Viejo San Juan

En Rieles: Otra forma de movernos por Viejo San Juan

En Rieles, exhibited from 2007 thru 2010 in Banco Popular de Puerto Rico’s Old San Juan Building, promoted the benefits of installing a TRAM system in the city of San Juan.

The exhibit, divided in sections, covers historical train-related themes and presents contemporary urban issues. Means of representation range from traditional exhibition panels, to interactive touch screens, sculptures, 3-D Glasses, environmental interventions, interactive walls, and even a train model with a futuristic look at what our city would be like with a TRAM.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Medalla de la arquitectura

Medalla de la arquitectura

ARCHITECTURE UNFOLDS

Every year, the Colegio de Arquitectos y Arquitectos Paisajistas awards the Ricardo Alegría medals to individuals who are not directly related to the discipline but who have contributed to it in a way that can be evidenced.

We were asked to a design a the medal to be handed out in the naming ceremonies. Our composition represents the larger social context inside which architecture unfolds. The recipient crosses the architectural field (diagonal glass), leaving his mark (smaller aluminum triangle). Typographically the initials of the award are embedded, with a lower case r on the left side of the diagonal glass and an upper case A on it’s right side. Fabrication by Roberto Pérez.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Branding

State Historic Preservation Office Brand Identity

State Historic Preservation Office Brand Identity

CONTEXT GUIDES BRAND STRATEGY

Any identity project for a government agency is hard: the outcome must speak to a broad audience while its creation is guided by a particular political perspective. They rarely last…

When the State Historic Preservation Office of Puerto Rico chose us to rebrand it, we aimed at creating an identity that could survive the test of time. Spanish-Colonial influence meets a modern detail in a logo composition that uses window louvers to communicate the pluralized setting in which SHPO locally operates. Typographic offers enough contrast in language and statement, while abstract patterns the complete graphic language.

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Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Installations Photography

American Airlines Employee Gallery

American Airlines Employee Gallery

LOCATION IS ESSENTIAL

American Airlines was looking to recognize a group of local employees through a photographic exhibition in a wall in their terminal at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. One requirement was established: employees were to be photographed in their exact work stations.
We collaborated in the creation of the images with Eric Jukelevics, and work with the airline to locate the image gallery in the main atrium of the terminal, using a series of large sun lit windows as canvases. We made the images visible to the passing by travelers.

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Popular, Inc.

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CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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3M: Puerto Rico High Fashion Week

3M: Puerto Rico High Fashion Week

PIXELATING FASHION

3M, bouncing off the success of its fashion products, became one of the primary sponsors of Puerto Rico’s High Fashion Week to be held in the Convention Center. The event’s sponsorship included the furnishing of 7 murals.

Having worked with 3M before, a strategy was developed to directly impact the convention center’s walls. Post-its, Scotch Tapes, and other related 3M brand materials were used in the creation of these graphic interventions. A carpet-graphic was designed to impact the environment in a fashion-like way, providing a run-way for guests to walk on.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Goya de Puerto Rico: 75th Anniversary Photography

Goya de Puerto Rico: 75th Anniversary Photography

IF IT’S GOYA… WE MADE IT INTO PHOTOS

Goya Foods celebrates its 75th birthday with the publishing of a book containing the documented history of the founding family and the growth of the company into the national conglomerate it is today.

We designed the publication, but we were also responsible for the photographic documentation of the current state of some of the company’s properties. These are some samples of the photos that were made.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Publications

Si es Goya tiene que ser bueno: 75 years of history

Si es Goya tiene que ser bueno: 75 years of history

Goya Foods celebrates its 75th birthday with the publishing of a book containing the documented history of the founding family and the growth of the company into the national conglomerate it is today.

We designed the publication as a set of templates that could be rearranged as the content of the book was placed and the images were married to the narrative. We were also responsible for the photographic documentation of the current state of some of the company’s properties.

Client
Goya de Puerto Rico

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Year Completed

CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Brand Identity

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Brand Identity

The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, a 66 year old institution, was looking to update its 20+ year old visual identity to better communicate with its student body and within the contemporary academic climate in Puerto Rico.

We approached the project in terms of its systematic posibilities. It was never about just a trademark or specific colors, but as a system of various marks, typographies, proportions, colors, standards and symbolisms that could be transmuted from use to use and still belong to the design system.

Client
Popular, Inc.

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Year Completed

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Popular: Employee Recognition Mural

Popular: Employee Recognition Mural

REMEMBERING BY ENGRAVING

To honor the work of employees who have devoted more than 25 years of service, Banco Popular of Puerto Rico came to us for the design of a mural where the names could be exhibited and remembered. Only one requirement: each employee must be remembered with an individual plaque.

A mix of aluminum, stainless steel, translucent resin, seaweed, and frosted acrylic were used in the design of the composition.

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Popular, Inc.

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CREDITS _ Coordination Carmen Lidin and Carlos Bruno, Corporate Communications, Popular, Inc. Exhibit Content & Creative Direction Arq. Jorge Rigau, FAIA and Alberto Rigau Designers Alberto Rigau and Alfonso Gómez Arzola Urban Design Consultant Arq. Thomas S. Marvel, FAIA Education Consultants Socorrito Díaz and Carmen Haddys Torres HO Scale Model Construction Scale Models, Arts and Technologies, Inc. (SMARTT) Webpage Design Amilcar Colón, Webxacto Detailed Woodwork Roberto Pérez Dendariarena General Woodwork Joel Ramos Steel Work Joel Ramos and Braulio Santos Vera Technology Consultant José Irizarry, Protech Programmer Gabriel Santillán Lighting Eric M. Jukelevics, EMJ Photography Electrical Consultant Joseph Hernández, JH Technical Service Photography Aerofoto Internacional, Marie Carmen Ubiles, Alberto Rigau, Alfonso Gómez Arzola, Seth Siditsky, Alexandros Koromilas Digital Printing Global Graphics Offset Printing Model Offset Printing and Ímpress Quality Printing Installation Assistants Bryan Torres, José Medina, Francisco González, Daniel Robles, Lemuel Beauchamp, Eduardo Miranda, Miguel Ortiz, Celina Bocanegra, Johann Sasso, Mario Sorani, Victor Blay, Mabel Plascencia, Claudia Rosa, Alex Martínez, Omar Torresola, Luis A. Cerda Collaborators Portland Streetcar Inc., Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas, Oficina de Urbanismo, Infraestructura y Ambiente, Oficina del Gobernador, La Fortaleza, Municipio de San Juan, José Lorenzo Torres, Susana Espinosa, Bernardo Hogan, Jaime Suárez, Maribel T. Suárez, Gilda Navarra, José Rigau, Arq. Oscar Oliver, Arq. Roberto Alsina, Arq. Liz Meléndez, Ing. Raúl Gayá, Arq. Carlos Camacho, Arq. Juan Penabad, Carlos Aponte, Edna Acosta, Ing. David Rosa, Wilmarie Laboy, Juan Ruiz, Suzette Jiménez, Ana Carbonell, Lourdes Folch

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