Interior Architecture, 2036
Currently completing a double degree of Bachelor of Interior Architecture and Bachelor of Built Environment [Architecture] at the University of Canberra.
I have a passion for reimagining or innovatively repurposing spaces, which may have been influenced by some of my childhood homes included a converted Drill Hall and an old church. I’m interested in how the atmosphere, character and feeling of a space influences the way in which we occupy, function, and behave within it.
To give a space a soul, the senses need to be hit up. Design is more than what it looks it, but how it feels to the touch and in the heart; what does the materiality smell like or sound like underfoot; what’s the flavour; the song; the dance. It’s what brings the space alive. I believe functionality needs to fit use, whereby at the centre of design is the individual, ensuring the human experience is prioritised, understood, and implemented.