I was born on: August 18, 1982
My favourite structure (designed by someone else): Busaras, the modernist central bus station in Dublin, Ireland, is my favourite structure, designed by Michael Scott. I am inspired by: Eileen Gray, an Irish architect and designer. She was a pioneer of contemporary modern architecture and furniture design. Her last work, E-1027 in 1929, a modernist villa in south of France, is now a French National Cultural Monument. I also admire the early 1980s post-modernist work of Angelo Donghia, an American designer. Interior design to me is: Function, Practicality and Beauty. I wish I had designed (and how would that have been different from now): I wished, I had designed The Miller House and Garden, located in Columbus, Indiana. It was designed by Eero Saarinen and epitomizes the modernist architecture with its open and flowing layout, flat roof and stone and glass walls. I love the clean lines in the aesthetic and detailed yet minimal façade. It’s so perfect that I wouldn’t change anything about it. My signature design element (one element without which no design of yours seems complete): Shadow gaps and bronze metal would be my signature design elements. To unwind I (hobbies other than architecture): I am so passionate about art and everything related to design and fashion, that I have not had a chance to think or pursue a hobby in a space that is beyond this area. If I was not an architect: I would have loved to be a visual artist. Anything that involves creating, practising or demonstrating art fascinates me. Society Interiors to me is: A leading magazine that captures the latest trends in interior decoration space.