To become a great designer, it is not enough to read books or magazines. One needs to be practical. I like to mix theoretical lessons with practical activities. Examples are f. ex: drawing, sightseeing, museums, exhibitions, exploring, etc. A lot of inspiration can be found just around the corner.
As we have been fellow interior design students, she has been a very committed and inspirational person whom I've gotten a lot of help from. She is very positive, creative and optimistic. She is also honest, which helps with things that can be better or changed. As a tutor, she is definitely a good one!
I was born in Norway, and I moved to Southampton, UK in September 2017.
I have always been a creative person with a passion for creating, colours, materials and the environment. At college, did I study general education with art, and it was through those years that I found my passion for interior design. After college did I go to a folk high school where I learned practical skills within interior, design and art. We learnt to create things in wood, clay, plastic, paint, photography and much more.
Languages have also always been a passion for me, so I decided to study Russian language and history at the University of Tromsø in August 2012. During the two years with this course, did I also spent two months as an exchange student in St. Petersburg, Russia.
My road to becoming an interior designer started in 2015 at College Kristiania in Trondheim, Norway. The college only offered a 2 year education, so now am I finishing the 3rd year of my bachelor in Interior Design Decoration at Southampton Solent University, UK. I am an A-level student who has skills within spatial design, styling, surface design, technical drawings (ArchiCad and Artlantis), Adobe Photoshop and InDesign.
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