Designing for a constantly changing landscape and reflecting shifting environmental, cultural, and sociological views is what intrigues Music Chutimon the most about her chosen profession.
A graduate of Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture, Music Chutimon has explored various ways that architecture can be designed to heighten peoples’ sense of learning. And it is that desire to shape learning experiences that excites Music about her role as an Architectural Graduate in Chow:Hill’s Tāmaki Makaurau studio.
An enthusiastic designer, Music embraces cultural diversity in her work and enjoys the challenge of finding ways in which modern architecture and sustainable technology can illustrate the characteristics of a community and its culture.
Music is a keen advocate for equality, the environment, and mental health and her positive outlook is reflected in her supportive attitude to colleagues and clients.