kristoffer mitchell

Middleweight conceptual designer

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  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

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About me

 

I have a Masters degree from the Bartlett UCL in architecture where i have learned my craft. The bartlett is the 2nd best architectural school in world and has equipped my with a high apt for conceptual/speculative work. Brainstorming is my thing. Since then, this has also led me to create a start-up company - A news application to rival Apple, BBC news etc. So you can say I'm career driven and can certainly identify when there is potential. From the Bartlett, i was very fortunate to be offered a teaching position at University at the age of 24. Teaching 100 students about how one would go from a conceptual sketch to a final proposal, within interior environments, brand experiences and experiential work. I have a very good understanding of space and understand the importance of the sketch. Communicating through sketches and translating them through more final graphics would be the next stage. As i'm used to speaking to a lot of students at once, i am confident presenting projects and articulating myself verbally both within the team and client facing presentations. Used to high pressure environments and tight deadlines for some big clients. I am looking for a family agency culture, friendly and have a very high ambition to create and think differently.

Skills

 

  • Experiential
  • Sketching
  • Photoshop
  • Conceptual and Creative Thinking
  • 2D +3D Printing
  • Presentation Communication Skills
  • Pitch Design
  • Graphic Design and Branding

Work history

Currently

Co-founder & Creative Director

Newsie

Apr 2016
  • Start-up company - A news application to rival Apple, BBC news etc. Can't include much more i'm afraid down to legal reasons. Skills involved: - Presentation to investors (pitch deck) - Concept of idea - Graphic content ready - UI/UX design layouts Part- time employment

2016

Sessional Lecturer

Ravensbourne University

Jul 2014 - May 2016
  • Teaching 100 students about how one would go from a conceptual sketch to a final proposal, within interior environments, brand experiences and experiential work. I have a very good understanding of space and understand the importance of the sketch. Communicating through sketches and translating them through more final graphics would be the next stage, which was taught by myself. I am a speculative/conceptual thinker by trade

2013

Digital Artist

PRP Architects

Jul 2011 - Aug 2013
  • Responsibilities involve the following: - Creative layout of pitch deck - Sketching - 2D technical drawing - 3D modelling - Rendering

2011

Middleweight Designer

Iris Worldwide

Mar 2010 - Aug 2011
  • Middleweight Designer focusing on Branding and Experiential projects

Education

2016

Interior Design Environment Architectures

Ravensbourne University

Jul 2008 - May 2016
  • This course engages with the current agendas in the development of built form and its construction, making use of precedent and prototype. The course aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills appropriate to a range of careers in interior design and architecture. The course interrelates with our BA (Hons) Architecture course. You will be encouraged to develop your individual creative ability and support this with the development of a high level of technical skill. Graduates could be involved in the design, rehabilitation and extension of existing buildings; the creation of new built environments, or the design of interactive virtual spaces. There are many different interior architectural specialties and you could find yourself involved in urban consultancy, workplace design, housing research, retail planning or community development.

2016

Architecture (part 2

University College London

Jul 2016 - Mar 2016
  • The MArch Architecture (ARB/RIBA Pt2) is a two year full-time Masters course which, in addition, leads to exemption from ARB/RIBA Part Two. The course has an international reputation and is generally regarded as one of the leading Part 2 courses in the country. The course encourages both a rigorous professional approach to architecture within a highly speculative and creative context. There is an emphasis on work being conducted at a graduate level, with the expectation that students will, through reading and research, define a particular area of study. The course operates through a design unit system that stresses innovation and continually highlights the value of propositions, their social impact and professional requirements. Design is thus always conducted within a broad and rigorous intellectual framework provided by the unit tutors, the culture of the school and the external expectations placed upon it. We expect a high level of skill in design, resourceful research and substantiated argument as well as the thoughtful application of technological and environmental criteria. Each design unit provides a range of design, technological and related skills, as well as a clear and particular intellectual position within which to conduct those skills. Each of the units thus provides a strong identity within which the student is encouraged to develop her/his own particular approach to the study of architecture.