Cherry Gorman

About

I’m a recent graduate of Interior Architecture. During my time as a student at Swinburne, I have been able to explore and develop my design style through studio, design theory and research subjects. I also enjoyed an internship with an artist in Berlin in early 2019, an experience that connected me to the many layers of the city and see new ways design and art can activate and shape a city. Like many designers, my work is also influenced by my personal love of nature, art, food, travel and people.

It is through these many loves and experiences, I have discovered a strong interest in biophilia, sustainability, rich materiality and community driven design. These topics have informed my research and capstone projects for 2021, exploring how productive urban food systems can provide equitable access to fresh produce, foster community engagement and support ongoing education and knowledge sharing about food, nutrients and health in both community and residential settings.

After an unexpected couple of years, I look forward to growing, experiencing and exploring new design possibilities both out in the world and in the design industry.