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My Projects

Open-Space

Open Space

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Project-729

Project 729

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Holland-Hill

Holland Hill

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Project-371

Project 371

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Marina-One

Marina One

 
McNair-264

McNair 264

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Clement-Canopy

Clement Canopy

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Project-3

Project 3

Landed  
Project-73

Project 73

 
Project-38

Project 38

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Bachelor-Pad

Bachelor Pad

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Meier-Suites

Meier Suites

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A little about me

Where do you usually get your inspiration from?

As a creative, it is easy to get lost in your head. For me, I go on walks to clear my head and soak in my environment. I find inspiration everywhere from tags and murals to nature and architecture. Everyone wants to help one another and just make dope stuff. The friends and coworkers I have known are probably the most immediate source of inspiration. 

What is the most challenging part of your job?

Managing a business is hard. Every field has a unique set of challenges and obstacles to face on a daily basis. Interior designers however have a list that can feel like a mile long.

 Managing time, selling big ideas, maintaining clients’ expectations, introducing trends and timeless styles and managing costs are the most challenging parts of my profession.

What made you interested in becoming an Interior Designer?

My love for art and design began in childhood, and I pursued design training prior to embarking on a career in interior design. My eye for rich materiality, alongside quirky objects and statement artwork. My formative years gave me an added edge in this industry as my eponymous studio is recognized for its skillful space planning, and meticulous interior styling and decorating.

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