I am an architectural designer creating beautiful spaces
that allow people to live, work, and play better.
Educated and professionally active in the US and the UK, my design approach combines British sensitivity with American pragmatism.
I am inspired everyday by what our cities are and by what they can become. As I cycle through London daily, I vividly imagine how neighborhoods can be transformed by the insertion of new beautiful architecture, through a contextually unique responses.
I'm driven by intuition and by high regard to adressing clients' design briefs. Having worked with some large and highly demanding clients throughout my professional career, I have come to understand that understanding, evaluating, and building upon the client requirements is a key foundation to creating highly functional and beautiful architecture.
Place. What give a project an identity? Is it how the new house, building, or extension is well nestled within the neighbourhood? Or perhaps the way that the morning sun shimmers through the kitchen window? Each location has unique characteristics that should always be thoroughly considered in both practical and in sense-appeal manner.
Wellbeing. The places we occupy have a significant impact on our wellness and productivity. Designing spaces that can cater to our sense of wellbeing can help us feel replenished, and to work and play better, adding significant value to all parties involved design & construction.
Technology, if used appropriately, it is the binding glue that helps deliver beautiful projects. When considered, in relation to place and wellbeing, tech can be utilised as a design tool, as construction and building processes, as IOT in smart homes and offices, as something in between, or as a brand new glue, capable of keeping a rocket to Mars intact on its way there (or your building).
UH Studio is an architectural practice, focusing on Unity and Harmony between people, nature, and technology.
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