As time at Yale comes to an end, I feel grateful and nostalgic. Thinking about architecture everyday along inspiring and challenging peers and professors in an immersive and unique environment was truly a gift. We all came a long way since we first step foot in Rudolph Hall and faced varied challenges throughout. I would like to thank my friends at the school who carried me through tough times and delighted me always. I have a thought from my mother, whose quest for excellence and inspiring drive brought me here. I would like to thank my father whose support I can always count on and whose enthusiasm to discuss all things, in particular my work, pushes me. I would like to thank my British family, whose love, care and support I cherish and who gives me strength and confidence to embark in adventures like Yale was. With the skills and knowledge acquired more or less pleasantly over these three years at the school I look forward to embarking on a new journey and putting them into practice in my life and in the world.