Architectural Assistant Part 2
Aleksandra started working at Mamou-Mani Architects in 2023 after gaining experience in set design (Stufish), interior design (Undercover), and architecture (Foster + Partners) in London. In her design work, she is interested in using parametric tools and analogue-making methods to test how digitally scripted forms could be made by hand using low-tech fabrication methods. Her master's thesis, "Warp, Weft, and the Wetlands," focused on weaving techniques and how rapidly renewable materials could be used for temporary monumental architecture. Currently, at Mamou-Mani Architects, Aleksandra is working on the "Flying Whales" project. She holds a M.Arch degree from UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture.