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Sabrina Morreale is a spatial practitioner, educator and co-founder of Lemonot - a duo based between London and Italy. Her research addresses how architects can shape the future of public life in the city, defining new 1:1 experiences through short and long-term occupational strategies. She graduated with the AA Prize from the Architectural Association in 2016 and she completed her post-master “Of Public Interest” at KKH in Stockholm in 2021. Currently, she leads ADS7 at the Royal College of Art, challenging forms of conviviality as culturally and politically charged constructs. She was Programme Head of the AA Visiting School El Alto (Bolivia), she taught at INDA Bangkok, in the School of Architecture in Reading, in Cambridge - she’s now Studio Master at the Architectural Association Foundation Course and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Through Lemonot, she blends spatial and relational practices, architecture and performative arts, using them as tools to detect, celebrate and trigger the spontaneous theatre of everyday life. Lemonot collaborates with several cultural institution - including Arquine, La Biennale di Venezia, DPR Barcelona, LINA European Architecture Platform, S AM Basel, Architecture at the Edge (West Ireland) - and its projects have been exhibited and awarded internationally: among the others, at the Young Talent Architecture Award 2016, at the ATT19 Gallery in Bangkok, at the RIBA, at Vienna Design Week, at Bangkok Design Week, at Milan Design Week, at Mextropoli 2021 in Mexico City, at FAR-Architecture Festival of Rome 2022 and at CAFx Copenhagen Architecture Film Festival 2023. Furthermore, Sabrina was included in the Venice Biennale 2021 as one of the 137 Italian female role models in Architecture, and she’s been appointed as the 2024 Enel Foundation Italian Fellow in Architecture at the American Academy in Rome.

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