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Architect RIBA part III
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Dynamic, curious, ambitious and with a quick wit. Attention to detail and inclined to precision.
Accustomed to working in environments in Europe (UK, Italy and Spain) and USA (Phoenix, AZ, USA) with people from all over the world.
Cultural interest enhanced by the ceaseless desire for personal growth through international internship programs, conferences, conventions, Biennials and architecture Expos, design and art exhibitions.
I am constantly gathering information and ideas through sketching, traveling and photography for inspiration to influence all aspects of design and contribute towards powerful ideas.
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