Sam studied architecture at Cambridge University and The Bartlett, (UCL), where he won the Ambrose Poynter Prize for his thesis work ‘Labyrinths, Mazes and the Spaces Inbetween’. He has since expanded his work in this field, winning the prestigious ‘Best Paper’ at the 2010 European Meeting of Cybernetics and Systems Research, Vienna, and completing several other publications.
Sam is an Architect who has been with Surface since 2005 and worked on their RIBA Award-winning ‘Birkbeck Centre for Film and Visual Media’. He has been central to much of the practice’s design work since and is project architect for their London 2012 Wayfinding structures.
Sam tutors at The Bartlett, (UCL), Canterbury University for the Creative Arts and has previously lectured at Cambridge University, UCL and the MAXXI Centre in Rome.