I am a Maltese architect who obtained his bachelors degree in Architecture and Civil Engineering in 2010 from the University of Malta and then undertook research at The Bartlett (UCL) graduating with distinction from RC2 Graduate Architectural Design.
Following the completion of my masters degree and a working experience at Foster+Partners I have been forming part of the Interactive Architecture Lab design team for over a year where I had the opportunity to work on various projects. I was involved in a variety of competition and exhibition projects delving through new digital modelling and manufacturing technologies, in collaboration with various UK established architectural firms, students, researchers and artists.
A site specific installation for the UCL north Observatory, Orbital Thresholds is inspired by the mechanical movement of the Orrery. A tradition of exquisite kinetic models that describe astronomical ...
The Interactive Architecture Lab is a multi-disciplinary research group and Masters Programme at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Interested in the Behaviour and Interaction of Things, Environments and their Inhabitants.