Sacha joined DSDHA in 2020 after completing his Part II studies at The Bartlett School of Architecture, where his recent design project and thesis explored a social, ethical and cultural approach to integrating migrant and refugees in Palermo, south Italy.
His design methodology relied on fieldwork interviews, walks and social interaction as source for primary research. The architectural design targeted Palermo’s plethora of civic religious structures and questioned how they can best serve the needs of their communities.
Prior to joining DSDHA, Sacha has worked across a wide range of projects, scales and scopes. Originally from Australia, he has worked in various countries along his travels, where his professional experience has been shaped by his time at Studio Bright in Melbourne, OMA in Rotterdam, and Carmody Groarke in London.