Eléonore Susse Architecture and Design
"I don’t think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think."
My Featured Projects.
Over my first year of architecture, in our History course, we had to research, analyse and depict two monuments per student. I was allocated Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli and the Villa Farnesina in the city of Rome.
What I learned through these projects was to never underestimate the importance of historical monuments and past cultures, how past design decisions have an impact on today's architecture and design. Through this investigation, I was able to see the turning point of geometry.
In this section are samples of what is undertaken for our technology course. The main focus is on sustainability and with this, we learn about materials, new technologies and construction methods.
I have a fascination for challenges and thus comes a lot of research which triggers my curiosity towards complex technologies and sustainability issues.
In my perspective, Art and Architecture are closely linked to each other. Over the past few years, I have practised sketching and painting which allows me to express unusual shapes and ideas. My paintings usually lean towards the idea of sculptures rather than to be considered as future architectural designs.
Passionate architecture student at the University of Portsmouth, I love challenges, creating and pushing the limits of my designs while experimenting and innovating. I believe that architecture is a functional sculpture.
"There are 360 degrees, so why stick to one?"
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