My name is Daniele and I am an undergraduate in Interior Design at UCLan.
As an individual I love exploring new ways to expand my creativity beyond the interior environment and this has had a solid impact on my figure as a designer. I like to surround myself with people that can inspire me or who I can learn something from.
Throughout the past three years I have developed a wider skillset in both digital and physical form including sketching ability, rendering, 3D visualisation, 3D modelling and working with AutoCad.
I speak two languages, Italian and English respectively, and I can work both indipendently or as part of a team, but I believe in collaboration being a key factor in making the difference.
Music is essential for my happiness, I am always open to new music genres and I play guitar in my spare time.
CollierStreetMarket is a new design that links food, art and people together in a very dynamic and animated experience that will create an opportunity for people to interact with local farmers and food producers, learn about their products, and purchase fresh, high-quality food while learning a bit of history about the site. Taking inspiration from the old fish markets of the 1800s and other street markets around the world such as Tsukiji Market in Japan and Mercato di Mezzo in Italy, CollierStreetMarket will provide a platform for small businesses to sell fresher products and support the local economy.
Keywords: design, indesign, photoshop, render, rendering, commercial, food, social, streetmarkets, autocad
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