Hey there, design enthusiasts! Buckle up because today, we're diving into the wonderful world of design school — specifically my alma mater, the renowned Inchbald School of Design in London, England.
Let me tell you, those years were like a magical rollercoaster of creativity and discovery. So, grab a cuppa’ and let's embark on a journey through the 10 things I learned at The Inchbald that continue to shape my design philosophy today.
1. Design Is an Art of Storytelling
The Inchbald taught me that every design project tells a story. Whether it's the narrative of a cozy living room or the drama of a grand foyer, each space whispers a tale to those who enter. The colors, textures and furniture are the characters, and your job is to craft a captivating narrative with them.