My name is Adrian Sempa.
I studied at Plymouth University and I have a experience in the humanitarian field (working with the company, Journeyman International, in my year-out etc). Human rights has always been a passion of mine, with my essays primarily focusing on better spaces for the poor and marginalised communities, in this world.
I believe that everyone should have equal opportunities and liveable areas, which is why I am involving myself in the Human Rights Festival.l
I am a first year MArchD student, specialising in Development and Emergency Practice.
I completed my undergraduate studies at Cardiff University and since then I have worked in Singapore and New York at architectural heritage and restoration consultancy firms. I am passionate about restoring cultural identities of communities through the built environment, and have always had an interest in helping people and educating myself on conflict and current events.
I joined the Human Rights festival to continue learning and advocating for those in need.
Hi ya! I’m Dinesha, from Malaysia. I’ve just graduated back in December ’20 but have been involved with architectural projects during my internships and slightly after graduation. I’m also a passionate graphic designer and illustrator; I’ve designed and illustrated several fashion fabric prints and have been designing brochures and magazines in architectural and graphic design firms.
Currently, I’m pursuing Development Emergency Practice in Architecture, a dream that I’ve always wanted to pursue and to be able to help those in need, one day. I believe this field of Humanitarian Architecture would mould me into a person that sees a world beyond architecture and to be more aware of the reality of our surroundings and people.