Hugo Martinez

Architectural Designer at Mat-Ter

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Architectural designer at Mat-Ter, an architecture firm located in Newbury Park, California

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Three months ago, we  launched a competition  for a sound booth for Sonic Trace, a show of stories from immigrants from Mexico and Central America produced by Anayansi…

A Bubble Built for Storytelling

Three months ago, we launched a competition for a sound booth for Sonic Trace, a show of stories from immigrants from Mexico and Central America produced by Anayansi…

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Slide show of all submissions for the Sonic Trace sound booth competition Click to view FULL SCREEN, then SHOW INFO, this way you can view information about the submissions and the…

The Sonic Trace Competition

Slide show of all submissions for the Sonic Trace sound booth competition Click to view FULL SCREEN, then SHOW INFO, this way you can view information about the submissions and the…

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