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We are an multi-disciplinary collective practice of architectural designers, artists and researchers based in London. Our work investigates the impact of digital technologies in the built environment through the medium of public installations, collective conversation and immersive technologies.




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   XA | August 2020 

/Data_Collection/MiltonKeynes_Art_Centre/ 2020 [postponed]

    XA | 2020 (postponed 2021)

/Data_Deli/LondonFestivalofArchitecture/

    XA | 2020 (postponed 2021)

/Serpentine_proposal_2019/
    XA | June 2019

/Proxy_Architecture/

    EMMY

/DarkData_Superhighway/
    DARCY

/Data_The_new_black_gold/
    IBIYE

/Charlie-Gibbs: Off-shore_financial_data_centres/
    JADE

/Mines_Minerals_Magnets/
    RHIARNA

/XAMA_Internet_at_your_fingertips/
    TERESA



















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Darcy Chittmittrapap

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BSc Architectural Design, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. 2014

MArch(Merit) AD Interactive Architecture, The Bartlett, University College London. 2016

MA Architecture - RIBA Part 2
Royal College of Art, London, 2019

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- Architectural Assistant, HBA London. 2017

- Host & Teaching Assistant, 'Constructing Proto-Ecologies workshop' @ The Museum of Tomorrow, Rio de Janeiro & at Architecture and Urbanism College of University of São Paulo,  São Paulo,  Brazil . 2016 

- Production Assistant, Marshmellow Laser Feast: Absolute Vodka's Electric London [Interactive Party and Virtual Reality Experience], London. 2015







Darcy is a Bangkok-born interactive sound and installation artist, coder and architectural designer with interests in the immaterial perceptions, collective psychology  and the socio-politics of human futures in the age of data anxieties. 



Darcy has experience in design, coding and fabrication of interactive, performative and sound installations, virtual reality projects as well as in architectural practice. 

Commissioned by The Round House London’s We Are Now Festival 2016 in a collaboration with designer Alex K. White, they designed, fabricate and code ‘ Flux’, an interactive sound installation piece with 7 mechanised planes. The project won a grant from University College of London and supported by The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama.