Since I have started my adventure in interior architecture, it has been my passion to explore how architecture is not just a structure, but a characteristic way of interacting, and from a design perspective, how the interior architect give the form to the formless. I love producing alternative lives to the places and buildings I see and changing their atmosphere. I look for changing the “atmosphere” of things that are concrete and abstract in our built environments. My engagement processes use more art, play, movement, or performance, because I do believe the magnetism is in the mix. I am the seeker of the unconventional and also a storyteller. I tell the stories by making crucial information obvious, concealing the unnecessary, offering multiple clues and producing a visual for them; I hope in this sense the building becomes a roadmap to experience.