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Sergio Irigoyen


Sergio Irigoyen


Architect in Neutral Digital


Architecture and Design

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Sergio Irigoyen teaches Digital Studies at IE University and develops real-time architectural visualization projects for the company Neutral Digital, who he has worked with since 2011

He has specialized in computer design techniques, since 1998, while he was still a student. Upon graduating he began working as an urban designer, for the Metropoli Foundation. He was a as computer graphics artist for the company Neutral, working on the 3D animation and architectural visualization team and participating in projects for Zaha Hadid, Herzog & De Meuron, David Chipperfield, OMA and others. He was part the group, Urban Experiments, where he undertook a series of temporary urban projects to enhance public space for the City of London.  Two were developed and are still part of the Festival Gardens, near St Paul’s Cathedral, and Peter’s Hill, near the Millennium Bridge. As a result of the projects, Sergio Irigoyen became a consultant, photographer and filmmaker for the City of London, documenting urban renewal projects developed in the area historic area, known as ‘the City’.

He received his architecture degree in 2005, submitting as his final project a video game, which took a year to develop.  He attended a master program in 2008, at The Bartlett, University College London, where he designed and programmed his own design software.