What makes good design?
A good design has to be able to change and adapt, according its purpose. For me, personally, beauty is in the details, it’s usually the little things that make the difference.
Best advice you were given during the course?
That it has to be to be bold and feel free to experiment.
What was it like being a student in Brighton?
Brighton’s a great place for open-minded people, such a vibrant city. It’s full of young people, so there’s always something going on.
How would you rate Interior Architecture at University of Brighton?
The three years of my degree have definitely not been easy, but I’ve learned so much. I’ve gained knowledge and experience, learned how to be more initiative and have always been given support when needed.
Where do you look for inspirations for the final project?
My last project was to design an Institute for Contemporary Drawing, requiring various spaces from galleries and studios to workshops. The spaces were explored and developed through different drawing techniques and experimentations.
I was highly influenced by the cubism and the idea of emphasizing on certain elements of the design. The precedents I’ve looked at are projects that have similar ideas to mine; Bernard Tschumi’s drawings I found quite inspiring, and Morphosis as well, to both introduced by my tutors.
Where do you see yourself this time next year?
Hard to say, hopefully by then I’ll know what I’d like to specialize at.
The most useful skill you’ve gained from the course?
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