Dominika Richards

Profile

Dominika is passionate about sustainable commercial and mixed use residential architecture. She believes that a true difference can be made in the way we live through climate responsive design, spatial configuration and architectural articulation. She enjoys applying these principles to her designs in a range of scales, from subtropical building design, through to urban design and master planning. Dominika is currently undertaking her Master of Architecture at Griffith University.

Qualifications

Master of Architecture Degree at Griffith University Gold Coast – Currently Undertaking
Bachelor of Architectural Design (Final GPA 6.73/7) (Distinction) Griffith University – 2016-2017
Griffith Academic Excellence Award 2016 & 2017
Diploma Of Interior Design & Decoration, NSW TAFE – 2013-2015
Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia) – 2010-2012
Certificate IV In Work Health and Safety, NSW TAFE -2015
Certificate III in Business Administration – 2012-13

Special Interests

Climate responsive architecture & design for the subtropics
Sustainable design methods
Master planning & urban design
Brutalism, Interbau, Plattenbau & Socialist Modernism

Other Interests

Walks with her puppy
Reading books & journals
Learning

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