The author

I’m a Graphic Design graduate currently freelancing and studying Web and UX Design. I hold a Bachelor of Design (Major in Communication Design) from Swinburne University of Technology and covered projects across the graphic design umbrella, including Branding and Identity, Photography, Publication, Web and Interface Design. I’m also open to learning new skills, even if they are not directly design related.

My passion for Web and UX design emerged while studying at Swinburne, when I was designing a real estate website on a responsive framework for first home buyers. It was recognised as the top three in the subject by the Unit Convenor. Before that I also had my graphic design project, Design for Open Space, shortlisted for the Good For Design Competition at Swinburne and was featured as part of Melbourne International Design Week in 2015.

When I’m not busy designing, I enjoy writing, reading, visiting art and design exhibitions and advocating for those with Autism.

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Overview

This publication showcases various modern architecture and interior design around Melbourne. The name ‘Biophilitecture’ is my invented combination of the words Biophilia — a term coined by biologist E.O. Wilson meaning an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world and architecture. Hence the publication explains how modern architecture can be built in harmony with the natural environment.

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