MORPHĒ LONDON – Dimitra Tampaki
Dimitra Tampaki is an architect and a designer from Greece with postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) in London having as tutor Patrik Schumacher, the principal now of the architecture practice Zaha Hadid Architects. Having worked at the studio of Ross Lovegrove and then at Foster and Partners Architectural practice in London she decided to combine architecture with fashion and design. In 2015 she established her own brand under the name of MORPHḖ LONDON, a series of 3d printed jewelry where all the pieces are treated as body sculptures.
What defines your style?
My main goal is to promote a constant research on computational design and digital fabrication methods through digital 3D printing.
What are your most commonly used materials?
The materials that are used are 3-D printed nylon, 3-D printed steel and casted silver 925.