We have a series of blog posts where each person here at Convergence shares an image that influenced/ inspired them to join the architecture/ design field. The image can be whatever strikes the person’s fancy- a building, a park, a scenic image, a design motif or detailing… any visual representation that can help to share a bit of insight into how and why the person got into this field and the work that we do.
Today, Kristie is sharing her inspirational image.
We occupy built environments at varying durations depending on purpose–think post office or grocery store visits compared to offices where we might work all day (at least pre-pandemic!) and homes where we live. I believe spaces that flow intuitively and efficiently and are pleasing and comfortable help put us at ease and set us up for being the best version of ourselves. This is one of the goals I strive to elicit through interior design. After all, if you felt uncomfortable or unsafe on this ferry boat, would you be able to look out and thoroughly enjoy and take in the beautiful surroundings?