Ana Maria Diaconu

Ana Maria Diaconu

London, GB

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My name is Ana Maria Diaconu, a sociable, reliable and hardworking University of Westminster London graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture. 

My strong determination to succeed regardless of the academic endeavour is only surpassed by my dedication to my studies. I am interested in meeting professionals from the architectural field, with whom I can work on and improve my ideas for further designs. I take pride in my interpersonal skills and enjoy being part of a team, as well as being able to take an authoritative role when need be. Not only am I an efficient and effective worker within a team, but my ambition ensures that I can also work under pressure or individually. Moreover,  being punctual, honest and having an eye for detail are very important assets to me. I am a fast learner and often try to broaden and improve my range skills as part of my future architectural endeavour, while bringing a smile on people's faces with my positive attitude. Regarding my professional skills, I have 14 years of experience of Photoshop and general knowledge in most of the Adobe Suite My knowledge of Vectorworks, and therefore BIM, is advanced, whereas in other 3d and cad software environments such as Rhino, Revit, Sketchup and Lumion, my level is intermediate.

My career objective is to work for a an architectural practice that not only engages in serious urban solving issues, such as the sustainability development within the urban infrastructure and masterplanning, but also maintains the cultural heritage and finds the connection between modern and traditional architectural means of design. 


University of Westminster, Marylebone, GB, BArch, Architecture BA Hons

University of Westminster - London, BA (Hons) Architecture

3rd year: Design Studio 6 with tutors Tom Raymont and Harry Paticas
Projects: Woodland Habitat/ Regenerative Homes

2nd year: Design Studio 1 with tutors Elantha Evans and Anthony Powis
Projects: Fleeting encounters - crafted moments / A public (in)convenience

Sep 2014 - Jul 2017

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