Othmane Kandri is an architect and artist with a high interest in combining architecture and digital art. Kandri gained his first degree from IUVA university in Venice, where he worked with Yona Friedman for the 2017 Venice Biennale and was exposed to different forms of expression, enriching his compositional working processes and historical knowledge. He later moved to London to develop his strong interest in experimental architecture, and studied at the London Metropolitan University and the AA, focusing on exploring both the opportunities and the constraints of emergent conditions in an attempt to redefine the symbiotic footprint of the built environment and challenge conventional notions of material and form. He believes in an architectural intelligence contributing to the evolution of the discipline by embracing new lifestyles and conceptions of space. Othmane is currently working at Zaha Hadid Architects in London and travels across various projects in Asia and Europe.