Museums & Art
Reimagining the space of the museum as a machine that comes to life literally and metaphorically through its visitor's presence.
Aerocene is a utopic vision for an era where human society surpasses the catastrophic nature of the Anthropocene and moves into a new era of harmonious coexistence with our environment.
Tomas Saraceno Studio
An exhibition bringing together five artists and designers from the Royal College of Art, working on the theme of museums and the reimagining of their potential.
Curator: Grace Pappas
RCA Courtyard Galleries
The Right Arm
A project about the future of museums in the digital age. An exploration of the coexistence of the material and virtual world.
Albert Barbu and Oscar Warr
Exhibitions & Participations:
Victoria & Albert Museum
Design Museum Director’s Salon
RCA White Noise
A photographical study exploring the intimate details of light reflections on the sculptures of the National Archeological Museum of Athens.
Healthcare & Dissabilities
A series of playful flexible vessels directed around the needs of visually impaired individuals but designed to create a pleasant eating experience for everyone.
Sickle Cell Educational Toy
Award winning educational toy intended to teach children with sickle cell anaemia the long term effects of multiple blood transfusions and how their medicine can help control them.
& The King's College Hospital Department for Sickle Cell Anaemia.
Harry Crisp Award for community-focused design, CRAFT, 2016
King's College Hospital
Making & Workshops
Analog Scientific Payloads
Workshops about harnessing atmospheric conditions.
Palais de Tokyo
An exercise building upon traditional cold copper forming and casting.
A series of experiments on the wood lathe.