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Self-starter Interior Designer, graduated in 2015 from University of the Arts London with first-class honours in Interior Design. Currently completing a Design Intership at Honor Riley Design, working on highend residential projects. Enjoys working as part of a creative team in a dynamic role. Utilisises both creative and analytical thinking throughout the design process for an artistic yet precise outcome. Interested in the implications designed environments have on the life of their inhabitants and everyone who come in contact with them.
Honor has a beautiful aesthetic and an incredibly elegant, effortless style. Working with her helped me to gain confidence in creating and carrying out concepts. My main tasks entailed: - Conducting and presenting research on products, materials and suppliers - Creating detailed presentation documents for various stages of the projects - Keeping our CAD drawings up to date; drawing up GA, joinery and electrical plans - Ordering samples for our sample library as needed, keeping the library organised and tidy - Sourcing and managing deliveries - Aiding in project management: creating and updating spreadsheets and schedules
I worked with Ebba Thott on a number of quirky, Scandinavian interiors. Taking part in all phases of the project was essential in my transition from university to the world of young professionals. My main tasks entailed: - Researching - Creating moodboards - Sketching and visualising - Technical drawings - Preraring budget estimations - Managing orders - Meeting with clients and suppliers
Hosting, organising events Public speaking Promoting Brand image
KREA is a leading Applied Art University in Mid-Europe working in close collaboration with industry professionals. The 2 years full time Interior Design course I took there provided me with a diverse skill set I use in my design work every day. The covered subjects such as Art and Architecture history, Furniture history, Colour Theory and Material Studies created a strong basis of my understanding of design, while Hand Sketching, Architectural Drafting and Descriptive Geometry provided me with great tools for visualising my ideas. Meanwhile working on set design briefs I could apply the theory in practice, creating a complete drawing package, colour and material schedule and FF&E schedule to industry standards for each project. As part of my projects I visited many showrooms and built a strong awareness of products and finishes on the European market.