Alaric is a designer based in the UK who specialises in architectural and production design. His work is predominantly situated within the fashion and arts sectors, developing spatial concepts and strategies for private clients, brands and designers from inception to delivery. The method of designing through making is core to Alaric’s practice, with a strong emphasis being placed on model making, prototyping and material investigation, carried out at a range of scales.
His work to date includes the development of collection shows and launches for Burberry under the creative direction of Christopher Bailey and Riccardo Tisci as well as for clients such as Ralph Lauren and Church’s whilst working as a production designer for Redhouse. Architectural experience includes working as a designer on a range of projects for such clients as Google and the Eden Project whilst working for Grimshaw Architects as well as on a number of private residential projects internationally.
Practical experience whilst working within the wax and investment workshops of Pangolin Editions as well as with Ciguë Architects in Paris further developed a fascination with materiality and making. Curatorial experience whilst working at various art galleries in London as well as at Studio Toogood strongly influenced his interest in the crossover between art and architecture, something that remains integral to his work to date.
Alaric graduated as part of the founding cohort from the London School of Architecture in the Summer of 2017 where he completed a masters in architecture. Prior to his postgraduate studies he completed a bachelors in architecture from Kingston School of Art and a foundation diploma in Fine Art from Pittville Studios where he specialised in sculpture.