Michail Ioannidis

How alarming that during the last third of one’s expected lifetime, on-camera participation becomes less frequent as if there was nothing worth remembering from then onwards. 

 The symbiosis of his parents and their pandemic-affected daily routine inside their apartment in Athens allowed Michail Ioannidis to take a closer look at things that he took for granted and acknowledge them. Having lost a big part of his connection to his family throughout the last couple of years, these circumstances brought Michail closer to them. 
 HEIRLOOM cherishes the future-to-be relics of the past and grasps firmly onto what is inevitably going to become a hazy recollection.

Michail Ioannidis

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

Hopefully on this earth.

What is a good design for you?

Anything that surprises me with its simplicity and its beauty.

What was the most challenging experience during your studies?

Deadlines and term papers.

Who or what inspires you?

The people that I choose to be surrounded by.

How do you approach a new project?

With ideas that will change 20 times until the project is completed.

What advice would you give to students who just started studying in your programme?

No deadline is long enough in Berlin.

Have you changed during your studies? How?

I improved my time management and learned how to create a project around a concept idea.

Why did you choose to study in your programme?

I like photography and Berlin.

What are you not going to miss in your studies?

Term papers.

How are you going to celebrate your graduation?

By getting a job.

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Nikolas Joshua Klein