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​About me

I am pursuing my Masters of Architecture degree at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia. I embarked on this journey after completing my undergraduate studies at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

During my academic journey, I have been recognized for dedication and excellence, receiving an Alumni Scholarship from Victoria University and earning a place on the Dean's List. Alongside my studies, I had the opportunity to contribute to a Māori architectural television show, honing my skills in digital asset-making. My strengths lie in design and effective communication. In group work I am frequently assigned the role of taking charge to create a harmonious and coherent design outcome.

My proficiency extends across multiple software platforms and AI platforms, including Rhino/Grasshopper, Revit, Sketchup, Midjourney and DALL-E2, as well as the Adobe Creative Suite, encompassing Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, and Premiere Pro. I also possess a keen eye for graphic design and a passion for capturing landscapes, wildlife, and architecture through photography.

Beyond the confines of conventional architectural practice, I find joy in crafting furniture, I find joy in crafting furniture, delving into both woodwork and steel welding. This hands-on experience bolsters my design sensibilities and inspires unique solutions.



For me, architecture is more than just a profession; it is an overwhelming passion. I firmly believe that architecture can be a catalyst for innovative design thinking, enriching the lives of those who encounter it. I thrive on creatively responding to challenging briefs and presenting ideas in visually engaging ways that resonate with professionals and laypeople alike.

I am intrigued by online design tools, collaborative learning, and active participation in design communities. I believe that thought-provoking design can create not only beautiful and intriguing experiences but also support sustainable and productive living.
Looking ahead, my aspiration is to leave a mark on the world by creating iconic architecture that shapes the identity of cities and nations. Within the next decade, I would hope that my work will help transform urban landscapes, and leave a positive lasting impact on inhabitants of the built environment.

Benedict O'Flaherty, Melbourne, Australia.

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