Every architectural design challenge has a unique set of conditions and problems. That's what I love. Problems. I've been doing Interior design and architecture for almost 10 years. I love it more now than ever. The new developents in technologies and methods have given designers fresh tools to address challenges.
In every project that I study and develop, I enjoy the collaborative nature of the work. The process of getting inside a project, studying the problem and creating a solution is a process I want to continue to develop. The richness of research content available in our now fully wired world really raises the bar for us all.
It comes down to living. The living that preceeds our work and exists long after we leave the site. The discipline and art of this living industry seems to grow on a parallel line with my interest. As I watch people live and work inside my design solutions it brings me back to the reason I came to Interiror architectrure: