I started out as an architect in 1990. Since then, my passion for design has grown tremendously and my focus has shifted to an important area that affects us all: the public space. Municipalities, libraries and cultural centers are some examples of those who seek out my services. Whether places want to adopt a more modern design to bring life back into the community, maintain their cultural identity while remaining relevant, or people are simply curious, I am there to make the connection.
If you can’t solve a problem, it’s because you’re playing by the rules.
Being flexible is one of the stepping stones for innovative ideas. I enjoy being able to immerse myself in projects, which is why I feel most at home when traveling. I put you and your project in first place. Instead of employing people, I build a custom network as needed. Always keeping the concept of synergy in mind, I know that by working together we are able to create something better and greater than if we were to complete each of our parts separately.
As a guide my motivation is to add value. You may have the desire to be innovative but are not quite sure in what way to do it, or your current team of architects is looking for ideas that are sustainable and future-proof. I walk together with you and we cherry-pick the most beneficial solutions to create a lasting positive impact. I act as a third party that helps you draw clarity.
Our world floods people with choices and opportunities, putting public spaces under immense pressure to stay relevant. Public spaces and modernization seem to be opposites. However, one does not exclude the other. I work with teams to create public spaces that embrace modern technology while still catering to the basic human needs we all share, including the need to feel a sense of belonging. I help to create spaces that encourage people to come together, and, most importantly, to come back.