As a Royal College of Art graduate, I am passionate for collaboration with diverse disciplines and curious of innovative and experimental techniques, materials and immersive experiences. In my designs I always aspire to inject a human-oriented approach and find practical but also sense-stimulating results. 
   I see the interior as one of the most sensual elements of architecture and the most intimate connection between humans and their man-made environment. As such, I believe, it should continuously enhance everyday life with diverse emotions and experiences. My approach explores the social, cultural and environmental impact that design can have on a specific site, community and individual. In my projects I aim to achieve a constantly changing spatial responses of the activities and emotions taking place within them and I strive to grow into a behavioral analyst that conceives processes, tells stories and provokes interactions. 

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