Kamil’s work and research centres around migration studies, non-western epistemologies and the human body. He explores these themes with architectural models, digital reconstruction and installation.
Kamil Dalkir is a tutor, together with Marina Otero Verzier and Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, of architecture design studio ADS8: Data Matter: Digital Networks, Data Centres & Posthuman Institutions. The ADS aims to investigate a possible architectural agency in designing for data and imagining the spaces and aesthetics of a new human and non-human cohabitation.
Kamil holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Westminster, a Master’s degree in Robotics from King's College London and a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Royal College of Art. He is currently studying for a PhD in Architecture at the RCA, focusing on the Architecture of Law in the context of the migrant crisis.
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Alongside his teaching at the RCA, Kamil practices as an architect, designer and fabricator – most notably with Studio Fuksas in Rome (Italy) and Balmond Studio in London (UK) - working closely as a consultant and designer with engineers, architects, designers and artists.
Projects and exhibitions Kamil has worked on include; Edipo e Medea scenography for the Greek theater of Syracuse in Sicily (2009), EUR Congress Centre in Rome, Italy (2010), French National Archives in Paris, France (2013), all with Studio Fuksas, Designing With Nature exhibition in collaboration with Exploration Architecture at the Architecture Foundation (2014), Equilibrium exhibition at the Ferragamo Museum in Florence with Balmond Studio (2014), Secular Cosmologies for the After Belonging exhibition at DOGA Oslo Triennale (2016), ‘Climate Crimes’ for the Future Starts Here exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum (2018).
More recently, Kamil was part of the curatorial and production team of the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial (2019), Sharjah (UAE).
Publications, exhibitions, other outcomes
Dalkir, K. (2017) Objects / Bodies / Territories, System of Systems, Self-Published
Dalkir K. (2017) Objects / Bodies / Territories, Funambulist Magazine, Jan / Feb Edition
And most recently, he was part of the curatorial and production team of the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial (2019)
Climate Crimes for the Future Starts Here exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum (2018)
'Secular Cosmologies’ for the After Belonging exhibition at DOGA Oslo Triennial (2016)
Designing with Nature, an exhibition in collaboration with Exploration Architecture at the Architecture Foundation (2014)
Equilibrium, an exhibition at the Ferragamo Museum in Florence with Balmond Studio (2014)