About Me: Architectural Design
Part 2 Architectural Assistant recently qualified with a Masters in Architecture with Collaborative Practice Research (ARB/RIBA Part2) from University of Nottingham. I create connections of connectivity; a personal mission statement that will forever resonate within my heart. Being creative is not just about drawing, it’s about bringing fresh and innovative ideas into the world. As a designer, my passion for finding ways to improve other people’s lives have always been at the forefront of my decision of becoming an architect, to which this position fulfils my every career aspiration. We live in a world that emphasises the importance of shelter as a basic human right. Architecture allows us to experience the uninventable; draw on current issues and represent them as a building that can have a positive impact on someone’s life.
What’s the most inspiring part of your job?
My attention to detail allows me to bring creativity, structure and versatility to ensure that every project I work on is done accurately and to the highest possible standard. Working as an architectural designer, I want to be a frontrunner to the future of our generation; designing spaces, homes, educational facilities for all, especially for orphans and disadvantaged children. Architecture is art but it is also a way of life; a profession that has a great responsibility on society.
If I were a superhero, my superpower would be…
Healing. Healing people from not just physical pain but emotional and mental. Healing can also offer the chance of hope for those who have never seen or experienced it, unleashing the power of love to heal the world.
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
If you help others achieve their dreams you will surely achieve yours