Natalie Savva is an Architect, educator, exhibition designer and scenographer. She cofounded multidisciplinary design house Studio naama as a platform for blending architecture and performance arts as point of creative discourse. The studio’s work has been exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale and is featured in the Architecture Foundation’s publication New Architects 4.
Natalie has designed exhibitions and installations for Pipilotti Rist, Yoko Ono and Yayoi Kusama and has worked with the Wellcome Collection, 180 Strand, Gropius Bau and Kunsthaus Zurich, among others. She is educated at The Cooper Union, New York, and is a Royal Society of the Arts award winner. Together with Mark Rist, they currently lead a design unit at Oxford Brookes University centred on housing, sustainable construction methods and building communities, intrinsically linked to landscape. Natalie is also a member of progressive choral collective Musarc and has performed at the Barbican, Southbank Centre, Dilston Grove and abroad.