My "keywords": architecture, multi-sensoriality, concept, design, atmosphere, feeling, landscape, dedication, passion, efficiency, communication, perfectionism, detail, success
My design method is based on process. I never start creating something without having a concept to start from and by gradually zooming on the scale of the work I'm involved in (from it's wholeness to the smallest details), I try to make sure that each line is part of an entity which can tell a story and serve it's occupants in the most pleasant way possible not only for now, but for generations to come.
Working on my disertation which coveres the subject of architecture multisensoriality, I have managed to refine my technique of conceiving spaces which can offer more than just a pleasure for the eye. In my designing process, I do this by considering factors which positively affect all the senses, thus achieving the spirit of place.
All my work is based on research. By using my extensive information database and with years of online researching practice, I can quickly retrieve and assimilate information in order to make sure that every aspect of my projects are as well thought as possible. Despite the fact that it may sometimes take more time, I am always willing to dedicate it just to make sure that each aspect of the project has a well founded study backround.
Striving to be as perfectionist as possible, I can focus my attention on all the necessary aspects of a project, dedicating my thoughts and time not only while working, but constantly reflecting on the subject in question throughout the day.