Since embarking on the journey of architecture I have learned that architecture is not just about designing structures but also about considering the social, cultural, and environmental aspects that shape our built environment. Over my studies, I have realised that heritage and conservation architecture holds a special place in my heart due to its unique ability to preserve the rich cultural legacy and historical significance of buildings and sites. I have also learned that architecture is about telling a story. Throughout my degree, I have developed software skills in Photoshop, InDesign, SketchUp, AutoCad and many rendering softwares such as Twinmotion and Lumion which helped me to tell the stories of my designs.
Project 1/ The Toy Box
Creating a shared flexible space that children feel has a sense of magic. It’s a fundamental aspect of the ‘‘Toy Box’’ interactive adventure playground ethos that children’s ‘play in progress’.
Project 2/ Mary Shelly Primary School
The project encourages us to preserve any of the existing buildings and find their own vocation. The project’s aim is to help to grow generations for the 2040s and beyond.
Project 3/ Picoas Hub
Designed to foster creativity, collaboration, and economic growth, the hub serves as a dynamic platform for supporting and promoting local businesses, artists, and artisans.
Keywords: Southport, Lisbon, Future generation, Culture Hub, Sustainability, Green Space
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