I recently joined the ranks of the Architects for Health network, as part of the Medical Architecture practice.
I have recently started a MPhil/PhD programme at the Bartett School of Architecture, University College London. The PhD is sponsored by Medical Architecture and is carried out under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Gage and Prof. Alan Penn. Industry supervisor is Christopher Shaw. In parallel, I am now working as an architect for Medical Architecture on … Continue reading
The Gaming Project was submitted as an entry for the 2016 San Francisco Tenderloin Competition, by Mzo Tarr Architects. The aim was to provide a regeneration strategy for the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. Mzo Tarr Team Adam Tarr Alexandru Senciuc Peter Daniel Fazakas Jelena Despotovic The Gaming Project: How game theory can fight inner-city drug … Continue reading
Flossie and the Fox has been submitted as an entry for the 2016 Prison Puzzle Competition, by Mzo Tarr Architects. The aim has been to design a prison that reduces recidivism rates of prisoners. SYNOPSIS A prison tower that implements principles from Game Theory, associated to the fable of Flossie and the Fox. From the beginning to the … Continue reading
Living grounds has been awarded the Special Mention (2nd prize) at the 2014 Jacques Rougerie Competition on the theme: Architecture and sea level rise. It is the collaborative effort of the TarTar team.