Construction Architect

 Personal Summary

About me

A pencil, ruler, and rubber or perhaps a sharpener from time to time; those were the essential tools that followed me around as a child while I imagined, designed, and drew my perfect dream house (which was obviously and most tastefully dawn-tinted throughout!!). An enthusiastic, dedicated, and versatile young person with excellent academic background and the best attitude to work. Highly motivated, reliable with little experience working in the construction field and currently looking to start working hard.


Architectural Design

Architectural Drawings

Project Management

Building Construction


Sustainable Design

Hand Drafting & Modeling

Cost Estimation

Detail Drawings

Sructural Analysis

Energy Calculation

Production (prefabrication)

Urban Design

Renovation Projects

Time Planning





Adobe Photoshop





Microsoft Office


               Why 3D is the future?

3D modeling with BIM technology differs significantly from a traditional planar, 2D CAD design.

The principal difference is that CAD models work with lines and planes that designate elements of a future building. On the other hand, the 3D model operates directly with representations of volumetric features such as a wall, a window, or an air duct.


Each of the building elements has groups of parameters that describe it. These can be geometric parameters (dimensions, volume …), physical (thermal conductivity, density …), position in space, connections with other elements, appearance, etc. Thus, the 3D model is essentially a database of building elements and their interconnection. Programs for 3D design visualize the content of this database.

It may sound complicated, but this approach allows to obtain results unattainable by traditional methods:

  • To show the complete interconnection of volumetric graphic images on the model, their parameters, related specifications;
  • To control elements by programming their parameters (the so-called parametric modeling);
  • To determinate automatically the intersection of structures at the design stage.



Obvious benefits from using a 3D design approach:

  • Increasing in the speed of development of project documentation;
  • Improving the accuracy of design decisions;
  • Eliminating up to 90% of errors in the design of constructions and engineering networks;
  • velocity in making changes to the project;
  • The possibility of associating a construction model with other software systems (for example, a budget program or project management tools).


A well-coordinated architect is ready to work for the company to create 3D models. My knowledge and little experience in modern software can do each project efficiently and with optimal design solutions.

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Fabrikvej 4, -9, 8700, Horsens Denmark