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Department of Architecture


Catrina Stewart (Co-founder office S&M, Design Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Oxford Brookes University)

Catrina will be discussing the role of play in her work, both in the physical and virtual worlds she has created. Through her projects she aims to blur the boundaries between the man made and the digital, driven by the need to express the materiality, colour and richness in the details of the everyday.


Catrina Stewart is a cofounder and partner at Office S&M, a cross-disciplinary architecture studio based in London. Her work has been exhibited at the V&A, London; The Royal Academy and published in The Architecture Review, Guardian and Peter Cook's 'Architecture Workbook'.

In collaboration with State of Play Games, Catrina designed and built a hand made computer game called Lumino City. Amongst other awards, this went on to win a BAFTA for 'Artistic Achievement' as well as being listed in Apple's top 20 worldwide Apps in 2015. She continues to be very interested in the crossover between architecture, play and narrative.

Wednesday, 7 February, 2018 - 13:15 to 14:15
Event location: 
Lecture Room 1, Department of Architecture