I am Tereza Chronakova and I am an Interior and Environmental Design graduate from the University of Dundee, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. I started my design studies at the Czech Technical University in Prague where I studied Architecture and Urbanism for two years. It helped me to develop knowledge of architectural and technical information in the field, however, I was seeking projects of a more complex and creative nature. I started looking for a course where I would not only improve in my ability to design buildings but also where I could interpret the briefs on a personal level and adjust them to my interests while tackling a variety of social, cultural or environmental issues. That was the reason I moved to Scotland and started studying Interior and Environmental Design in Dundee. Interior Architecture always meant more to me than a physical built environment; I see the importance of design in the ability to affect the quality of life of all people involved and how it shapes and influences the way we live. While working on my projects, I try to engage with the public to gain valuable insights and make my ideas more relevant. Through interviews, co-design workshops and service design probes I gain a fuller understanding of the context of my design projects. During a project, I enjoy working not only in digital format but also with physical models, sketch models, sketches and prototypes. I like to learn new techniques and with every project, I explore the limits within a design, different materials and communication techniques. To communicate my design in the most effective way I use different platforms from Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere) to AutoCAD, 3DsMax, ArchiCAD. Any queries or questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Projects credited in
- DJCAD Interior Environmental Design Degree Show 2019The 2019 Interior & Environmental Design degree show at Duncan and Jordanstone College of Art and Design was curated and designed by the seventeen graduates showing there work at the degree show. Eighteen red tables were designed to support scale models and an A2 Workbook on top while allowing 2 A0 killer images to be displayed in the space between the tables. These tables were designed with consideration of limited space at the New Designers space in London while also making the most of the lon
Interior DesignerNicoll Russell Studios
- Dundee, United KingdomInternship
I was a winner of an industry competition of a rainwater sculpture. It is a collaborative project with the architectural studio on delivering the design. Currently, it is in a process of realisation and it should be constructed by the end of June 2019.
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- Sketch Modeling
- Sketch Development
- Adobe Photoshop
- 3ds Max
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Indesign