Detail Magazine Architecture Student Award “Awarded for best architecture design detail” Awarded for best Site Diary in the University of Westminster
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However I approach each design with an open mind and willing to work along with any professional to meet specific needs and conditions that are set by the design brief. I am not only linked by the spirit of innovation and willingness to innovate but also share an understanding of the importance of aesthetic. My inspiration comes from a various numbers of sources, although for the most part originates from the understanding of modern technology and nature. I prefer to work free hand on my early concept design and gradually move towards IT software’s as the design develops. Throughout the last few years, I have attended two courses and completed a variety of different work experiences. This includes a one year Civil Engineering Foundation course which has given me an understanding of structures and how they work, followed by an Architectural Bachelor degree that I have recently graduated from. While attending my course and learning how to think and design like an architect, the course provided me with work experiences unique to my university. One of the experiences was to produce a “Site Diary” by attending regular site visits to the British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre designed by RSHP. The experience provided me with the understanding of a Project Architect’s role on a building site and introduced me to the RIBA Plan of Work.
University of Westminster
Design Museum - London
(BEng) Civil Engineering, (Grade: B, 65%) Course include: Physics, Maths, Mechanics, I.T.
BA (Hons) Architecture, RIBA Part1 - Second-class honours, upper division
London - Baker Street
· Worked on Multifunctional Gazprom complex located in Belarus.
· Developing master-plan design through hand sketching and convert them to architectural drawing using Rhino3D and AutoCAD.
· Provided architectural assistance to project architects in developing construction plans and structural details.
· Finishing detailed Rhino 3D model of the triangulated steel frame which was innovatively designed to use less steel than traditional buildings.
· Attended meetings with project team to discuss further design steps.
London - Notting Hill Gate
Eye on Detail
Free Hand Sketching
Decision making ability
Conceptualize and visualize a solution
Google Sketch up
Real Estate Development