The Dreamer’s Home

2020

The Dreamer’s home project stems from the importance of an interior space on orphaned children and their psychological development. My journey had the goal of creating a facility that provides an environment that has a sense of residency and comfort. My concept was inspired by the beloved Peter Pan, I was in entranced by his animated movement that was full of freedom, which allowed me to create atmospheric forms. I traced his movement, harmonising the atmosphere with his personality. The Dreamer’s home project stems from the importance of an interior space on orphaned children and their psychological development. In the end the children crafted their own happily ever after through the bonds they established with each other, protected by the security and comfort of the environment I created.

Landscape Architecture was a natural progression for me following my undergraduate degree in Graphic Design to combine my creativity, love for the outdoors and natural world and interest in technical design.
My hand-rendered style for visually communicating has been inspired by more traditional planners and designers, such as Gordon Cullen, Grant W.Reid and Patrick Gebbes which has been reflected through my collection of work.

The Parkside Building
5 Cardigan Street
Birmingham B4 7BD UK
+44 (0)121 331 5000
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