I am a London-based Brazilian-British Interior & Spatial Designer, whose works range from Architecture, Urbanism & Interior Design, to interests in the intersection of photography and critical thinking. My most recent employment experience, has been at Blacksheep – a design studio based in London specialising in food and beverage, delivering a complete guest experience through a multidisciplinary approach via worldwide projects.
Previously to that, I have also worked at Roberts & Treguer, a London based architecture studio where derelict buildings were re-considered and successfully brought back to life. Anteriorly to starting my work in practical architecture, I worked producing exhibitions with the technical team at the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts) in London, which involved working closely with names such as Snohetta, Jurgen Teller and in solo shows by artists such as Bruce Nauman and Richard Hamilton.
In the past five years, since gaining a degree in Interior & Spatial Design and accruing a wealth of work experience, I have also been investigating the impact of architecture via literary and photographic explorations, separating the utilitarian functionality of buildings and spaces from their form. These investigations have since been presented in two exhibitions in London in 2015 – one group and one solo show – and a serious of self made zine publications.