Centrale Montemartini in Rome: it summarises well my ideas. (All photos on this website are by me, unless specifically stated.)
What about me? I studied interior design at Chelsea College of Art in London three years ago and started working as an independent designer at the same time.
I have always had a strong interest in architecture and design and how spaces work and what we do with them. And here was my chance to help other people on their way! I have lived in Amsterdam, Brussels and London; speak English, French and Dutch. My projects tend to be in those three places.
I can organise and supervise building works for extensions or internal changes, and submit requests for planning notification or permission. Where needed, I work with a qualified engineer or architect for structural work.
This is a mood board done for a client in Amsterdam.
Each step has deliverables, and after each one you decide whether you want to go ahead with the next one or not. The steps give an idea how a project is structured, they are not rigid. They all depend on the type of project.
Fees: per step and agreed with you beforehand. Step one and two tend to be fixed rate, and step three a percentage of the project works.
A detailed scale-model of a flat in Amsterdam. The challenge was to break up the long and narrow living space and integrate the small room better in the main area.