DRAISCI STUDIO LTD is a London based practice that designs and develops unique projects.
Commissions span from architecture to interiors, from exhibitions to installations.
Established by Francesco Draisci (DipArch, ARB,RIBA), after years of working experience with Richard Rogers Partnership and Ron Arad among others, the practice thrives on the cross-fertilization of disciplines across architecture and design.
In 2005 the practice was winner of the 40 under 40 AJ/CORUS competition (selecting the most interesting architects in the UK) and, more recently, winner of the Design of the Year Award by The Designer Magazine and finalist in the Wood Awards.
In 2007 Draisci Studio created one of the 150 worldwide creative contributions to the V&A 150th anniversary catalogue and received a commendation for sustainable architectural design in the competition Letchworth Garden City of Tomorrow.
The studio work has been exhibited at the V&A, the London Design Museum and the Venice Architectural Biennale.
The studio has been responsible for the design of the V&A exhibition “Decode:digital design sensations”, the design and production of the Sacred Objects for the New North London Synagogue, a number of residential projects in London, Italy and Paris and for the successful Spring Forest installation for Clerkenwell Design Week 2012. The studio has also provided spatial design consultancy for cultural institutions like the Garage in Moscow and commercial brands such as Nike, KarlLagerfeld, Nokia, Peroni and designed the new Cathedra and Crucifix for Leicester Cathedral.
In 2017, Draisci Studio has won a competition to design a retail kiosk for the Television Centre developed by Stanhope and has won the Architect Pitch, organised by Archiboo, to work with London property developer, HUB, in order to create a new approach to interior and commercial spaces.
DRAISCI STUDIO is committed to find innovative design responses to challenging briefs.
we keep our mind open to possibilities while carrying out a high level of design investigations and research.
we adopt a creative approach to challenge normative practices in architecture and design.
we consider architecture as a background to life
we have learnt that “design” can be a generous act of creation that adds value to environments and joy to our existence
we believe that any work is always un-finished without human presence.