Client: Hotel Tasiazet


Graphic Design

Tasiazet is a holistic center and hotel soon to be constructed in Nouadhibou, Mauritania. A modern stay location option in a peaceful respite at an urban setting. The center offers avant garde facilities and multiple services.
Nouadhibou is the second largest city in Mauritania and serves as a major commercial centre. The port of Nouadhibou is the final resting place of over 300 ships and hence the world’s largest ship graveyard. Creating a magnificient scenario and the major attraction of the city.
Logo Identity The client requested a fresh image for the Hotel Identity. The logo has to symbolize the company’s identity, and it has to be usable for any sort of communication event guaranteeing its recognisability. My design proposal is inspired by the proximity to the bay and to the ship graveyard. The use of simplify arabic patterns, which, together with the color palette, marine blue and vanilla, stimulate warmth in the brand. The simple typography reflects modernity, while the finely detailed traditional emblem provides balance, giving the brand authority and sofistication.

2012-2017 // Bachelor of Architecture – Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

August, 2013  // WORKSHOP TerraInsola Crete, Greece

Terra Insola is a collective enterprise of scientific storytellers, speculative archeologists, regenerative engineering, deviant-mythologists and dirty-physiologist exploring the mythic figure of Ariadne as an archetype of a modern feminist, living within a suspended time between two stages of her life, in the time between her relationships with Theseus to Dionysus, between the macho-man and the alcoholic.

June, 2015 – September, 2015 // CNC Machinist Pratt Institute

Responsible for day to day operations.

October, 2015  // Model Maker Hadrian Gala, 50th Anniversary of the World Monuments Fund

Built 35 of the 43 replicas of buildings that were used as centerpieces for the Hadrian Gala, the 50th Anniversary of the World Monuments Fund at Cipriani in New York, with the presence of Queen Sofía of Spain.

January, 2015 – Present // 3D Print Lab Monitor Pratt Institute

Responsible for day to day operations, set up and extraction of models. Also maintenance of ProJet 660Pro and ZPrinter Z650. As well as advisement on design of architectural models.

October, 2011  // El Ser Creativo: Congress of Brilliant Minds II – Madrid, España

February 2014 // Celebrating Cecil Belmond’s Crossover, New York Book Launch – PennDesign – New York, NY

May 2014 // How does the Brain Respond to the City? – Van Alen Institute and GSAPP – Brooklyn, New York

September, 2016 // Game Changers: NASA Astronaut Dan Barry on Future of Space Exploration – Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York

January-February, 2017 // Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the lost harbour of Ancient Rome – (e-learning) University of Southhampton, UK

April-July, 2017 // The Age of Sustainable Development – (e-learning) Columbia University, NY (USA)

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