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I am a recent graduate in MA Interior Design from the Royal College of Art and a Designer at MET studio in London. I have a wide range of experience in the field of architecture and design and I am always curious of new opportunities and collaborations with like-minded individuals. The approach I have to every project aims to surpass the notion of interior design as a decorator’s task and rather strive to grow into a behavioural analyst who conceives processes, nurtures interaction and experience in diverse moments of our lives. I am curious about our relationships with spaces and inanimate matter around us and how they influence the way we eat, work, entertain and interact. My interests lie in experimenting with diverse materials and techniques, speculating on the obvious and embracing the marriage between design and all forms of art.
Working on various international and UK based projects in the field of exhibition, event and experience design. I have been involved in developing concepts, designs and 3D visuals for clients such as Dubai Wetlands Museum, Buckfast Abbey, Live Nation and most of all Guadalajara Museum of Environmental Sciences. The work reflects extensive content and is based on narrative experiences and user-engagement.
Took part in Vertical Carnival/London Architecture Festival, WIP Show 2015/2016, SHOW RCA 2016 and Sustain RCA 2016/London Design Festival. Part of winning team to re-design the college cafeteria in 2015. One of three chosen students funded for Kyoto Exchange Research Program in 2015. Nominated for Helen Hamlyn Design Award and presenter at the Pecha Kucha Industrial Night at the final show. Worked as a student fundraiser towards scholarships for prospective students.