Giulia studied architecture at Politecnico di Milano. During her studies she worked on the graphic design of a touch panel of an automation system developed by Kloben and Siemens. She approached the world of visualization thanks to the IUAV Master in Digital Architecture (MADI) in Venice, where she discovered her passion for 3D art. She came to Brick Visual through an internship collaboration with the university. During her internship Giulia proved to be a talented and yielding 3D Artist, thus she was offered a full-time position. She has played volleyball since her childhood – also at a professional level. Giulia likes almost all sports, and she has a lot of other hobbies like juggling and creative arts.
Hajni graduated as a sociologist at the Nagyvárad University in 2010. Later she worked as a cultural manager at Tenke, her hometown. She has lived in Budapest for four years now, mastering the role of a receptionist at an elementary school. Now she is a crucial member of the Brick team being not only the receptionist, but also nurturing the day-to-day tasks of the office. Hajni enjoys the tonic effects of different cultures within the team, and she finds this aspect extremely inspiring.
Junior 3D Artist
Alex studied architecture at the Wrocław (Breslau) University of Technolgy but his interests spread across various mediums of visual arts – from architecture, design and graphic design to photography, film and illustration. He finds that architectural visualization combines it all perfectly. Aside from doing images, he is an urban cycling advocate and tries to apply minimalism in every aspect of his life.
Peter got his degree at the Hungarian University of Fine arts as a painter. Right from the beginning he has been interested in photorealism, and he became acquainted with 3D graphics around his final year at the university. He started working as a freelancer for several interior design studios, and later joined Zoa Studio as a 3D Artist where he spent 2,5 years. Nowadays Peter’s main goal is to improve his visualization skills, and Brick is a great place to do so. In his spare time he likes to do any kind of sports and keeps himself up to date on new softwares and features.
Junior 3D Artist
István graduated as an architect engineer at the University of Debrecen, then he worked in construction. He missed the creative aspect of his job, so he picked up hobbies such as graphic design or photography. Because he wanted to do something that is linked to architecture, he started mastering the art of architectural visualization. Now he is refining his skills in the Brick team. István is an avid sportsman, doing and playing everything life offers him.