Education De Montfort University
Name Karl Singporewala
|Born 1983 (age 32) (1983) England|
Notable work "Dial M for Monument", "The Last Tower of Silence", "Joseph's Leonarvilions"
Awards Channel Four - 4Talent Winner UK's Top 20 Young Creatives, Royal Institute of British Architects South East Student Award, Nagoya University Award for Excellence in Architecture, People's Choice Winner HIX Art Award
Known for Architecture, Sculpture
Karl singporewala about the sainsbury wellcome centre in london
Karl Keki Singporewala is a British Parsee artist and architect, born 1983 in Crawley, West Sussex. Studied architecture at Leicester School of Architecture, De Montfort University, post graduate architecture at University of Brighton and then a further post graduate at the Bartlett, University College London. He is an annual visiting critic for the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture degree at Arts University Bournemouth.
In 2014 he was voted the 'People's Choice' HIX Art Award Winner at the Cock 'n' Bull Gallery, Shoreditch London in a competition aimed at emerging artists. In 2007 was awarded by Channel 4's 4Talent as one of the UK’s young creative heroes Has donated numerous drawings and maquettes for charity, including auctioning various pieces for London-based charity Article 25 (formally Architects for Aid).
In 2017, his work was exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery, London. Recognised for his mathematical geometries, religious subplots and love affair with London's buildings his work is generally exhibited through the Royal Academy of Arts, London.