Giorgia is a London based designer whose interests lie at the intersection of digital technology, spatial practice and speculative design. Her thesis project, Disembodied: Choreographing a Non-Binary Metaverse, is situated in 3D digital design, working to interrogate and re-imagine current world views and modes of living in virtual realities such as the metaverse.
In her first year at the RCA, Giorgia's research addressed the decline of biodiversity in urban environments through the use of sound. Her project, Sonic Rewilding, proposed a sound corridor in the London Euston area that accommodates a series of temporary works infrastructures which alter the sonic conditions of the city in a way that reattracts wildlife. Giorgia was also awarded a distinction for her dissertation on social media and the transformation of public space.
Prior to her time at the RCA, Giorgia completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Kent, followed by a professional background in architecture at Hollaway Studio where she worked on a unique range of projects across London and Kent. During this time she worked on designs for clients such as Mr Doodle, Stephen Webster and Damien Hirst.