Any intervention should improve the surrounding environment benefitting both users and beholders. Architecture as an intervention should consider the client’s requirements, needs and preferences, as well as the site’s natural features, constraints and limitations at the core of the design. The client will also determine the importance of time, quality and cost for the required project - ultimately end-users should be top of mind.
I have worked on a variety of international designs, covering an array of scales, construction methodologies and building typologies. My experience has spanned from master Planning a city block in Johannesburg and upmarket residential projects to rural health clinics.