profile

 

Design / branding / Graphic Design / Architecture

 

I perceive Architecture as a performance
where people take possession of the space and
experience it.

I have lived in different countries, collaborated with people from various artistic backgrounds, and this diversity has fed and keeps feeding my work.

 

My experience in Architecture in London and Budapest gave me the opportunity to work from the concept design stage (Stage 0), to drawing tender packages (Stage 4) and managing tender negotiation, finishing by stage 5, construction phase. I have enjoyed being on site and having a direct contact with the clients and other consultants part of the project (for example building control/structure engineer...). 

 

 

PRESS: Read Article in Brighton Creatives ! http://brightoncreatives.com/justine-bourland-illustrator-architect/

 

Branding

Business cards

Competition / France: A Daytime Shelter for cyclist (In team at Mulroy Architects)

Flat / Concept Design   

At Mulroy Architects

 Bachelor

 

Masters

 

 

About

 

education

 - 2012/2014: Masters of Architecture Part II RIBA at the
University.of Brighton, 1.1 First Class Honours for both Master Thesis
and Technology Project

        - 2009/2012 :  Bachelor in interior Architecture the University of Brighton, (1.1) First class Honours  
 

awards & competition

- June 2012 : Won the Santander Award for Excellence and
Achivement in Arts and Design

- June 2012: nominated for the Morgan Carn Prize for Design
Excellence in Architecture and Interior Architecture

- ‘Loire et Loges’ cycle shelter design competition
Design competition entry submitted October 2014 with work colleague

Languages 


I speak English and French fluently and some Spanish

softwares

 

Photoshop, illustrator, vectorworks, cinema 4D,  
Sketchup, Artlantis, Indesign, Imovie, Microsoft word