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The new normality

It’s incredibly running the hundred and so many days of the quarantine. But finally, we start looking the light at the end of the tunnel. It seems the things starts reactivating, and with that, our work starts to having more responsibilities. Our construction projects finally continue growing, and that’s very exciting. Definitely we learn a lot during this time. Since learn how to handle good team work, a good relationship with the client, or personally how to interact just with myself. We also continue learning, our real purpose as architects, and how this situation going to change for completely our industry and who use the spaces we design. It doesn’t matter if it’s a house, or offices ( specially in cities like NYC that are full of tall buildings and most of them are offices).

It was shocking, see how the city turned upside down, and how affect us, specially our daily work. And now when start going back, it feels exciting again, like my first day. I’m also very excited about what I’m doing at my job. I’ve been learning how the team develop many proposals, and how we fits our capacities to get the work done, and with a high quality results. For example, in one of our projects, I’ve been rotated in different areas, so I have to push myself to understand how to deliver the tasks, and do it well. It doesn’t matter if it’s making some renderings, or using new programs that I had never use it before. it is there where I can see my growth, and you realize when all of this, and that’s where you see that everything has been worth it.

Definitely this change our plans, and our dreams, but it’s important to embrace the situation, and that doesn’t affects what we want to achieve.

Diego Perez Rosas

Intern at StudioMDANew York

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