Architect / 3D artist

Reflected City is created by Rodrigo García Fernández, an Uruguayan architect based in Belgium with proven experience in architectural design.

He has been recognized for his outstanding hand-drawn illustrations as well as for his 3D visualization renderings, having worked for international architects such as Ricardo Bofill and Carlos Ott.  

Lately, he has been exploring the power of AI for creating architectural images.

Rodrigo finds inspiration in urban sceneries, usually portrayed in his illustrations and photographs.

His approach is both creative and efficient, offering innovative solutions to clients’ needs, while keeping an eye on the agreed timeline and budget.

Architectural services

A wide range of architectural services, covering every design stage from schematic design to construction documents, including design development, image rendering, sketching, 3D visualizations and presentations for architectural competitions.

> design

Rodrigo has achieved recognition for his urban and architecture designs in several national and international competitions, with features in ArchDaily and Plataforma Arquitectura.

> 3D visualization

From his early beginnings, drawing has been an essential part of his understanding of art & architecture.  He masters hand-drawn illustrations and computer generated 3D visualisation renderings.

> Artificial intelligence

His AI-generated portraits have been exhibited in GC de Bosuil - Jezus Eik in September 2023.  His explorations in artificial intelligence have resulted in urban proposals for landscaping in Belgium.  


> installations

Rodrigo has worked together with argentinian artist Leandro Erlich in art installations for the Uruguayan pavilion for the 2014 Venice and the Montevideo Bienniale in 2015. 

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