Public space in the Barbican Centre
Architect, artist, musician, composer and PhD candidate at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL whose practice is concerned with discovering and exploiting creative reciprocities between music; as constructed sound, and architecture; as constructed space.
Whether or not you’re visiting for an event, the Barbican itself is a great space to hang out. Roam its public spaces and discover the beauty of its Brutalist architecture across the centre’s nooks and crannies. Spend some time on Level G, the buzzing heart of the centre
where you can meet, relax and explore our programme of free installations, pop-up events and small-scale exhibitions.