Natalia Karakosta

Senior 3D Designer


A trained and registered architect, Natalia worked in conservation and genetic architecture – a cutting-edge field of design at the intersection between computational design and fabrication – before specialising in exhibitions. Natalia’s training gives her design a sense of methodical precision and understated intelligence with a keen awareness of architectural form – beautiful object-focused displays which complement the architectural environment to create moments of wonder and surprise.

As one of our senior designers, Natalia has worked on a series of high profile projects including the renewal of Grade A listed Burrell Museum in Glasgow, the David Livingstone Birthplace museum in Blantyre, and H.C. Andersen's House in Denmark. Most recently she was the lead designer for The Box, the award-winning cultural centre in Plymouth.


MA, Interpretation, Representation and Heritage, University of Leicester

M.Arch, Genetic Architectures, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Diploma, Architectural Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki