The studio began with a close analysis of the materials consumed and carbon emitted through the activities that contemporary architects are involved in every day: the construction of new development, the dramatic renovation of buildings that are no longer considered fashionable, and the demolition of structures no longer considered useful. Material and energy flows have been extensively researched to plot their rates of consumption, accretion, and dispersal over time on one of the two given studio plots. I also investigate the history, durability, and perishability of commercial structures, particularly by looking at the uncertain fates of retail and office buildings in Birmingham.

Since the beginning of my career in architecture, I have become an outgoing, disciplined and enthusiastic young professional who thrives in uniquely challenging environments. My current role enables me to work efficiently and dynamically alongside other sectors of the construction industry.
During my four years in the construction industry, I have gained a large amount of experience in a variety of different areas, giving me the chance to improve and obtain new skills. This allows to inevitably achieve the end goal of delivering a quality product that exceeds customer satisfaction. I express a compelling interest in technical drawing and concept house type design, a role which I have become confident in during my work period. I have been working within the construction industry for four years and have gained a large amount of experience in a variety of sectors, with the chance to improve and obtain new skills.

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