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October 23, 2014

Gabriel Warshafsky

Gabriel graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture with distinction in 2012. He has worked for architectural practices in London, Berlin and Toronto on projects ranging from exhibition architecture to racetracks. More recently, he has run urban regeneration schemes in outer London for Jan Kattein Architects, incorporating elements of bespoke fabrication and public art. He has been an invited critic at the Bartlett, Cass, Nottingham and the University of Brighton. His independent work explores the boundaries of aesthetic taste and the limits of the body. An interest in soft, rough and sticky materials has informed recent experiments with inflatables, fabrics, ceramics, and cast sugars. A collaborative design for a private residence in the France is due for completion in the summer.