Since my childhood, I used to be inspired by the wonderful colors and beautiful shapes of everything in my surroundings. The same two factors attracted me towards the field of interior designing. Since then, I began to explore my interests and my sense of creativity. Then one day, something aroused inside me and drew my attention towards the styles and design patterns in a target symbol that was red in color. That was when I discovered what I had been searching for long. I had found the way that would lead me to the accomplishment of my plans.
As I explored my imagination, the black and white color that usually reflected in the screen in my mind began to catch colors. I questioned myself to learn my own desire about my future profession. That is exactly what the whole rule of art is about. At the age of fifteen, I got introduced to two of the most artistic people through television. One of them was the French Professor Felix Trombe who had constructed the Solar Furnace in 1949 and the other one was Professor Frank Gehry, the constructor of the famous Rasin Building.
In their study, I intend to concentrate much upon purposefulness and beauty and not too much upon design or cost of materials. Usability and beauty are the two most significant characteristics of Felix Trombe’s Solar Furnace (4Offsets, 2008) whereas curvature and oddity are the most important features of Frank Gehry’s Rasin Building (WordPress.com, 2008).