Design became a buzzword, with a meaning almost interchangeable with "cool", "trendy", "quality" and "beautiful" when applied to objects, things, and environments surrounding us. It is a process of small decisions that aims to transform what is present, into a "better future".
This process usually results in better functioning, better looking, more profitable spaces. However, my main interest lies in how design influences human behavior and ultimately it can enhance human life experience from a spatial design perspective.
I have a multidisciplinary background rooting in social sciences, economics, philosophy, fashion and the fine arts.
What brought me to this life path is my undergraduate degree obtained from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where I have majored in Interior Design, and graduated in June 2017.
My brief work experience included retail design and hospitality design before deciding to join the MDes program in Urban Environment Design.