I am an Interior Architecture and Design graduate progressing onto Master’s Degree in Design and Visualisation.
My enthusiasm and passion for interior and graphic design is what always drives me to strive for the best and put in all the necessary effort and time to produce creative, bespoke, and innovative products and design solutions. Being skilled in production of 3D and 2D drawings and visualisations allow me to successfully create and communicate design concepts in various formats with an exceptional attention to detail. My design approach is multidisciplinary, as such, I aim to gain new skills and explore different mediums with the intention of endorsing and promoting a more sustainable future. I am particularly interested in user experience design which I always aim to incorporate into my designs to create meaningful and relevant experiences to users.
My Final Major Project proposes sustainable and innovative design solutions where biomimicry is being used to inspire and improve building’s energy efficiency. Forest Hub is a wood innovation centre bringing researches, students, and local residents together to collaborate and share their passion and knowledge to build healthier and more sustainable urban city. It also provides the community with a space to connect with nature – both indoors and outdoors along with private and spacious studios designed for multiple uses.
The project has been shortlisted for the Interior Educators Awards under the category ‘Craft and Making’ and will be exhibited at the OXO Gallery in London, 9th-12th July.