2018 - present
"We must consider how our architecture impacts the city. The smallest intervention has the potential to improve people’s enjoyment of their surroundings and enhance the city as a whole. "
Raphael joined Page\Park in 2018, having graduated with a Masters in Architecture from Newcastle University. During his studies, Raphael was awarded a travel scholarship to research brutalism in Brazil which was awarded 1st place for research scholarships and expeditions within the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. His research contributed to a paper which was included in the 5th DOCOMOMO Sao Paulo Conference, where he was invited to present his work. Raphael has a keen interest in heritage and conservation and how architecture can mediate between our built heritage and society.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org