As architects, one of our biggest tasks is to make spaces that bring people together in harmony. Architecture is vital to our well-being, especially in the way it makes us feel. To design a place that integrates subtlety of thought makes a big difference. We can appreciate beautiful images of buildings, but pictures can’t connect you to the feeling of being in or around a building. I feel we need to invest as much time and thought into the emotional response of a space’s end-user, as we do with the structure itself.
I enjoy working independently and collaboratively in multicultural team environments. I enjoy collaborating with various disciplines on projects to find the best route forward. My experience has taught me to embrace change and respond with sound problem-solving skills.