Prior to working at Willmore Iles Architects, I studied Architecture at Bologna University. During the final year of my studies, I worked as an intern in an architectural practice in Venice taking part in architectural competitions as well as being able to study the particulars of the incredible city building traditions. During my master’s studies in Plymouth, I had an opportunity to volunteer on site in a self-built project in Devon, working alongside a local community in their project to deliver ecological affordable housing, where I particularly enjoyed being directly involved in the construction of the project.
Having recently completed my Architect’s qualification, I would like to expand my professional experience by working on a variety of different projects in different sectors with different project teams. I would like to challenge myself!
I also believe it is important to stay curious and flexible and being able to adapt to the needs of the rapidly changing world. We are heading towards exciting, however challenging times. Climate crisis is even more present and as architects and citizens of the world we have the duty to protect our nature and our ecosystems- making it the top priority in our agenda and talking to our clients about it.
I believe great ideas come from everyday life- spending time outdoors, travelling, exploring new places and taking pictures is my way of observing things. I am also passionate about nature and finding ways in which we can protect it from the effects of the climate crisis. Being in nature is my way to let go of the daily stress and to bring harmony to my body and mind. I am glad to have found likeminded group of people at Willmore Iles, building a community based on the shared ideas and goals to form our positive contribution to these issues.