Before founding MOTHER STUDIO, Delfina worked as a Senior Architect for Zaha Hadid Architects, specialising on design concepts and international projects. This included participation in high profile architecture competitions and competitions worldwide: Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Latin-America. Her previous experience includes work with practices in UK, Italy, and Buenos Aires, where she is currently a registered architect.
Delfina completed the Design Research Lab programme at the Architectural Association, graduating in 2014 with a master’s degree in architecture and Urbanism at the DRL. She previously studied at University of the Arts in London and in Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Engaged with education and research, she focuses on exploring digital and critical narratives as tools for architectural design. She is currently a First Year, Materials & Technology Studio Tutor and Head of Digital Exploration Clinic at the Architectural Association as well as an Associate Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University Oxford Brookes University where she leads Interior and Design course as well as Sustainability and Mindfulness Masters. She has previously co-leaded Digital Romanticism: an undergraduate studio at Oxford Brookes University in Oxfordshire. She curated Digital Nomad: Architecture and the Metaverse at Fundación PROA for the 18th Architecture Biennale in Buenos Aires working with digital platforms.
TEAM AND COLLABORATORS
Eugenia Rodriguez/Valentina Ruiz/Helen Gatland/Elmer Kwan/Anna Semanova/Anvi Aggarwal/Demian Depuis/
CLIENTS AND COLLABORATORS
PROA21/Bienal de Arquitectura de Buenos Aires/Farinelli/SINA Hotels/Fundacion Redes Solidarias/Architectural Association/Oxford Brookes University/University of Cambridge/Buckinghamshire New University/Ferrari/Space Popular/Leah Wulfman/Xcessive Aesthetics/German Pavilion at Venice Bienal 2021/Nikolaus Hirsch/NET/Zaha Hadid Architects/Patrik Schumacher/SPIN/House of Matching Colours/SFK/ACG Education/La Nacion/SUMMA/Clarin Arq./Deezen/ParaTi/El Planeta Urbano/Sophia/Farinelli/Museo de Arte Popular Jose Hernandez/ROCA Gallery