CSV Rendering + Architecture

In CSV Rendering + Architecture are dedicated to 3D Visualization, where we seek to increase the value of all your projects you have in mind.

 

All of this to benefit you in several ways, such as: 
  • Saving time of a delivery 
  • Enhance the value of your ideas 
  • Testing alternatives 
  • Visualize an idea in mind 
  • Show your client the value of your project 
  • Making project decisions 
  • To enthuse your client 
  • Upload the status of your projects 
 
Althought, we want you to know the following: 
  • We are committed to constant feedback, in case of any questions you may have. 
  • We are punctual and committed when it comes to setting a date for the final delivery. 
  • We use the latest software on the market, always keeping ourselves updated. 
  • We are committed to providing you with a service in which you will feel satisfied and enthusiastic about your project. 
  • The delivery of work ends when the client is satisfied with the final result. 
You are very welcome here at CSV and you can count on us to start visualizing each of your projects. 

 

about
Claudio Squella Vicuña

 

Claudio Squella Vicuña

3D Visual Art Director / Architect (PUC)

“Architecture is the discipline in which our imagination, based on a habitable space, appears in the eyes of reality and it can be tangible.”

 

I am Claudio Squella Vicuña, an architect by profession and I specialize in 3D Visualization (Rendering).  
I am very passionate about the world of 3D, and together with my team, we take every challenge in the most enthusiastic way to get the best result for your project. 
 
Claudio is a Chilean Architect who studied in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile between 2007 and 2013.
In 2013, he was assistant professor in the main subject “Taller de Formation I” in PUC.
He has graduated as an architect in 2013 with a patrimonial project called “Monumento al Corazón del Carbón de Lota” which won an Honorable Mention in an international competition of the Alvar Net in Cuenca. (Concurso internacional de la Red Alvar en Cuenca)
In 2014 He worked as an architectural designer in Squella Arquitectos studio until 2015 on Housing projects.
In 2015 He moved to Berlin where He worked in an Architecture’s office until 2016.
In 2016 He participated on IFAC as a collaborator of Cecilia Nercasseau Gibson on the workshop “Beyond the boundaries”. At the next IFAC’s version at Portugal, they developed another project-workshop which is called “Hiperbole Station”.
From 2017 to date, Claudio Squella works as a Freelancer developing projects of different scales, from houses to buildings.
Currently, he has been dedicated to rendering, where he has developed a variety of projects.