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About William Victor Camilleri

Designer, Architect, Researcher

William Victor Camilleri

William Victor Camilleri is a Maltese designer trained as an architect who obtained his bachelors degree in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Malta. After one year of working experience in Switzerland, he attained a Masters in Architectural Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL). Within the Interactive Architecture Lab, he was involved in several teaching experiences and research assistance, a position he still practises as a Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett. William Victor is particularly self-motivated by the ecological study of interactions and its implementation through design and his work is mostly expressed through filmography, graphical imagery, photography and applied robotics.

Projects By William Victor Camilleri

Posts By William Victor Camilleri

Press Play: V

October 25, 2016 |

We’ve just finished the fifth edition of the ‘Press Play’ workshop series — once again at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. It’s always a pleasure teaching hard working students, alongside hard working staff. The participants are M.Arch and M.Sc … Read More

Making Hortum Machina B

April 19, 2016 |

This post shares the narrative behind the development of the reEarth project as an agenda, technical investigation, art project, and speculative architectural proposal. First to give you a summary of the processes here’s the making of film.

Largely architecture is understood … Read More

What the augmented plant thinks about its domestication

July 17, 2015 |

Well, nothing really. The fact that plants lack a brain means that they are unable to take part in such a dialogue. If they did, they would undoubtedly want to have control over external factors like animals do. Probably they … Read More

The Augmentation of Plants

May 20, 2015 |

Plants intuitively collect information about their surroundings. Much like humans, animals and machines, they have electrical signals travelling inside them, but no nerves. Still, they naturally react to changes in luminous intensity, osmotic pressure, temperature, cutting, mechanical stimulation, water availability and wounding; but … Read More

Towards a new symbiosis – Gilberto Esparza

May 1, 2015 |

Gilberto Esparza (born in 1975; lives and works in Mexico) is known for building autonomous robots that can survive in urban space, by stealing the energy that generates the city. On finding publications about research projects using microbial fuel cell, he was immediately … Read More

From Domestic Plants to Cyber Gardens

April 8, 2015 |

Why do we keep plants at home? It may seem that the practice of plant keeping lacks significance because we have domesticated animals to the point where they became part of the family, but plants are still viewed as stationary pets. … Read More