I just found out that the joint project I did with Anthony a while back is not being shown as part of the Ceramica exhibition at the RIBA North. Do go visit ! https://www.architecture.com/ceramica "In this exhibition we see how traditional ceramic techniques and digital engineering processes can be used together to produce more meaningful... Continue Reading →
I was invited to give a talk at my alma mater on the process of securing a part 1 placement and the practicalities of relocating, working in industry, and progressing towards a Part 2. Thank you very much for inviting me, UoL, and it was lovely seeing so many familiar faces!
I'm honoured to have been invited to speak at the Romanian Research Forum organised by the Romanian Student Society at the University of Oxford.
I'm immensely grateful to Liverpool for the opportunity to study here and for making it such an enjoyable few years. Thank you everyone for all the advice, support, and enjoyable memories! I'll miss the studio and everyone I've met there! After some deliberation, I decided to move to Oxford for the next year where I'll... Continue Reading →
After a week of team work, Studio 3 is now ready to welcome you to see our work. Come see our degree show in the Reilly room at the School of Architecture, University of Liverpool! Open until graduation. Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/977958172228538/
A context driven design informed by Kant’s transcendental idealism that combines the functionality of a train station with pleasant public areas and celebrated studio spaces.
The site of the derelict warehouse sits between terraces in a residential area of Liverpool. The client, who owns the majority of the houses around the site, aims to create a sustainable community garden.
After handing in the short project, we headed to Venice for our first ever experience of the Biennial. It was a marvelous time and I felt like I am in an architecturally meritorious equivalent of Disneyland. it wasn't just seeing and engaging with the incredibly interesting approaches each country had to this year's theme, set... Continue Reading →
Two design proposals for an affordable housing estate in Sibiu, RO. The second design shown opposite was chosen by the client for further development.