I work at Mei because of its devotion to the transformation of existing buildings. There is also a widespread feeling that architectural interventions are necessary to give heritage a new life, sound exploitation, and social relevance. Working on these projects, the architect is strongly challenged to make a visible and prominent contribution in bringing heritage back to life and putting it into healthy operation.
My favorite building is the Brion family tomb by Carlo Scarpa. He is rather good at dealing with different material and combines them with modern techniques to create poetic architecture.
I am proud of my decision to study at TU Delft, and continuing to work in The Netherlands. I benefit a lot from the international and diverse architects I meet. I enjoy working in a mature and active team and systematic architecture industry.