Excrescent Utopia, a parasitic architecture concept

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Milo Ayden De Luca started studying Architecture at University of Greenwich in 2009. "Throughout my time there I enjoyed success, featuring in the end of year show during all three years, as well as all three end of year catalogues and in an online publication by The Architects' Journal. In between the second and third year of the course, I worked at Allies and Morrison, an international practice.

The climax of an enjoyable three years came with a First Class Hons degree and a nomination by the university to compete in the 2012 RIBA President's Medals Student Awards. The nominated work, The Anti-Capitalist Retreat, was later exhibited at 2012 RIBA President's Medals Student Awards Exhibition. Since graduating, I started work on the project that eventually became Excrescent Utopia".

Act.>. 01/2013

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