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个人陈述范文实例三二(申请建筑学研究生)

PERSONAL STATEMENT

When a group of architecture students from Brazil, France, Spain, Turkey, Vietnam, and China won the first prize at the Workshops of Planning and Urban Design held at PPP city, Spain in summer 2002, I was among them. Beyond the joy and pride receiving this award, I cherish the memories of my international colleagues and our unforgettable days together where several languages mixed to exchange rich ideas, to have heated debates, and to often laugh out loud. The chemistry among us felt magical. Coming from different continents with different cultures, religions, and perceptions, and working toward a solution to help PPP city identify its unique personality and future path, the six of us agreed to disagree and impressed the workshop committee with our final convincing proposal—reload. By reload, we proposed to take full advantage of PPP city’s invaluable cultural and historical thickness while instilling new layers of contents to the city.  Our design focused on enhancing traffic and vision connections, revitalizing public spaces, and improving the functional flexibility of different facilities, all to drive the maturity and development of PPP city. Without each of us contributing his or her knowledge and experiences to the fullest, our success would have been impossible. The best of each individual was brought out. I treasure the confidence I gained and the lessons I learned through this experience; I cherish even more the inspirations that have grown in me ever since. 

After the workshop, I spent forty-five days traveling Europe, visiting countries whose great architecture had been familiar to me only through books. These great works finally stood in front of me in reality. Words can barely describe my exhilaration the moment I step on the stairs of Guggenheim Museum that Frank O. Gehry had built and so many great architects before me must have paused at. The titanium-covered curving and bending forms were like blooming wild flowers flying and dancing under the eternal golden sunshine. Inside the flowers, a world of extraordinary order, wondrous structures, and mysterious lights and shadows was hidden. No picture or word can do its beauty true justice. As an architect, I was stunned by its charm; when countless non-architect visitors took pictures and chatted with each other about other interests, my heart was filled with thrills. Gehry’s creativity has not only produced an architectural wonder but also brightened Bilbao’s cultural life and dim economy. Who can deny the power of great architecture?   

Whenever I see architecture that embraces human needs, I recognize the most important component that makes up a true piece of architecture; I understand better what it means to be a great architect. Almost every moment of my days in Europe and every angle of the views in my scope fascinated me. I was amazed at the distinctive design of the spectacular Blaak Cube Housing, the Kunsthal, and the Netherlands Architecture Institute. I was even more struck by their details. No matter how unparalleled the architecture was, all of these structures incorporated seemingly small yet admirable human- friendly designs, from handicap convenient elevators and path access, to pleasant resting areas. Considering my own design philosophy, I was delighted to realize that although I am only a junior architect now, I have always paid great attention to human needs in my design, from small projects such as designing chairs and street lights to bigger challenges such as regional urban planning. I feel fortunate to have learned the important principal of helping and respecting the needs of all human beings equally while working as a volunteer at local orphanages, schools for handicapped children, and senior care centers. Finally observing kindness ingrained in great architecture with my own eyes has further strengthened my belief and encouraged me to work even harder to plant human spirit into each of my designs. 

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