I am a 4th year architecture student, I still study in Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania. I already have a good knowledge basis, but I think best lessons is practice/ real approach to everything, so I would like to work in Your studio.
In my opinion, architecture is a lot much more that any other art or science, as it is so related not only to the technical and functional solutions, but also to the people and their human senses, nature, arts and means a harmony of this all in general. That is why I pay much attention for the analysis of the situation and my projects are based on general project solution. Sometimes the best solution is to NOT build. If opposite, I care not only about a building as separate unit, but a building as a unit in the whole system. So eventually I keep bigger and bigger interest in urban and landscape architecture.
I always enjoy working in a group, sharing ideas, discussing, teaching and learning, so I would like to become a member of your group too. Experience of the work in the theatre with light designers, costume designers, scenographers, painters etc tought me of so many approaches to the same task, such different priorities, qualities and view angles. I also had practice in architectural studio ARTER (Brussels, Belgium), where I got to deal not only with individual, but also team responsibilities between 6-10 persons. It is a pleasure for me to work in a team, I enjoy working together for academical purposes as well.
I am still in process-progress of my studies,and I hope I will always be.I am able to do the tasks of graphic design (architectural sketching, rendering, modelling), I am responsible and have no fear for individual work as well as working in a group. I am sure that our work and mind collaboration would be a good impulse for finding better solutions, an additional help for you, and a chance for me to improve my professional, artistic and language skills.
Please contact me if you require any further details/ documents/ information of my present projects. I hope to hear from you soon.
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