Ruxandra joined Hawkins\Brown after graduating from The Bartlett School of Architecture in 2016. During her time at UCL, her research was mainly focused on fibrous and cellular architectural formations for which she was awarded one of the RIBA Wren Scholarship in 2015.
Ruxi’s final year explorations were dedicated towards fusing the natural and the synthetic, with the aim of exploring the notion of living architecture in the context of infrastructure and dynamically growing material systems. Her ‘Hybrid Fibrous Morphologies’ project has received an honourable mention within the Biodesign Competition and was published on the Inhabitat website.
Ruxi embraces a rigorous professional approach towards architecture and she is interested in a thoughtful application of environmental and technological strategies. She is currently working on the delivery of Bond Street Station and has previously worked on a wide range of projects covering various work stages from feasibility to detail design.
Outside the world of architecture, Ruxi enjoys most sports, dancing and travelling and has a keen interest in innovative technology and advanced digital fabrication techniques.