The image captures a journey through a diverse landscape, where individuals navigate at their own speeds in their distinct inner worlds. Each person's unique thoughts, feelings, and viewpoints.
This analysis explores the architect's subjective influence making in project development, emphasizing the enduring impact of inherited beliefs

Kristina Medić
Belgrade, Serbia
Student of the third year of integrated studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade
Field of work
Architecture, Design, Urban planning, Visual Art, Research
Project category
Raising awareness
Project submitted

I like the fact that I study and see architecture as my vocation, not as my future job. I like to constantly learn and expand my horizons, I like when I am surrounded and when I work in a team with people who also like what they do. I am committed to my task, ready to step out of my comfort zone. The first criterion when choosing the people I want to work with is that they are good people. Because everything else can be learned, and any program, and there are so many free lectures and content. But being calm, being well-mannered, being ethical is something that is difficult to change in any person.

The text I wrote explores the complex process of self-awareness and personal development, especially in the context of architecture and the role I play as an architect.
I understand myself not only as a creator of physical spaces, but also as an individual with unique backgrounds and points of view.

One of the key points I address is the initial decision-making process for architects when considering a project. This decision is not only based on technical abilities, but also on emotional and personal factors that I have accumulated over time. Self-awareness and understanding of one's strengths and limitations are important to me before embarking on a project.
Additionally, the idea of a personal filter that I wear, shaped by my experiences and beliefs, adds depth to my design concept. Every design decision I make is infused with my personal insights and perspectives, making each project a reflection of my journey and evolution as an architect.
In the context of dealing with ecological crises and ethical considerations within spatial culture, this perspective becomes even more important for me. I believe that I can significantly contribute to sustainable and ethically sound design practices. I recognize and understand my personal filter, and I approach projects with a holistic view, considering not only the physical aspects but also the ethical and social implications of my designs.
Looking ahead, I plan to continue to refine my personal filter, incorporating new knowledge and perspectives to create more harmonious and meaningful spaces for communities and the environment.
Overall, my text provides a deep consideration of the intersection of my personal identity, professional practice, and the broader social and environmental context in which I operate as an architect. It encourages me to think about my motives, beliefs and influences, fostering a more conscious and holistic approach to design and construction.