Viktoria Georgieva is a Part 1 Architectural Assistant with an interest in human’s nature and needs.
She has just finished her third year of her Bsc(Hons) Architectural Studies at Strathclyde University where she developed her architectural skillset and achieved outstanding results. Through experimenting with different drawing and visualisation means in the projects, she produces engaging and coherent narratives and brings a design concept into a detailed piece of work. Her efforts and passion for architecture were also appreciated by the GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) when she won the JB Wilson Prize for exceptional work in 2019.
Viktoria has also been an active committee member of the A131 Architecture Society at the university where she helps with the organisation of extra-curriculum lectures and events. Recently, she was involved in the -ism Magazine, where she made her first publication about the cultural typologies in a city.