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"Limitations are the catalyst of successful design "
For as long as I can remember I have been surrounded by people that have the ability build something with anything they seemed to get their hands on.
Much of my childhood was spent in my grandad’s garage, amazed by how he was able to fix his car with parts of an old washing machine or make a tool from scraps of wood and metal.
This inherent desire to create, along with my interests in maths and art steered me towards pursuing a career in architecture, which presented itself as a combination of the things I grew up passionate about.
I completed my Part 1 at the University of Portsmouth, where I tested myself to experiment as much as possible with new ideas and methods. During my studies I formed an interest in the role architecture plays in our constantly changing social context.
I explored this idea further in my final year project, where I developed a scheme that aimed to create a new way of living and working for the Post-Millennial generation, based on their unique social characteristics.
I have been lucky enough to travel to many exciting places in the last few years, which has opened my eyes to different lifestyles and cultures. Amongst all these destinations, one of the most interesting sits closest to home, London. RPP’s approach to design and office environment make it the perfect place to experience life in practice, surrounded by all the unique mind-sets that make RPP special.