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I am a sixth year student at The Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, pursuing my MArch Architecture. I am hugely passionate about all aspects of design, although I have a particular interest in architectural criticism and journalism. I believe that architecture has equipped me with the skills to understand the importance of good design in enhancing the world we live in. I have the ability to convert problems into challenging projects and do so with the greatest enthusiasm.
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