Malca Mizrahi

MArch (dist) PhD


Photograph of Malca Mizrahi

Malca joined Scott Brownrigg’s Guildford office in October 2014. Having graduated with a distinction from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Buenos Aires in 2000, she studied for her Masters in Architectural Design at the Bartlett graduating with a distinction in 2002; in 2013 she completed a PhD in Architecture. Between 2002 and 2005 she ran MArch Unit 11 at the Bartlett and from 2009 to 2012 was a visiting Professor at the University of Palermo and led the Year 2 Architecture Design Course at University Torcuato Di Tella.  Malca has extensive practice experience having previously worked for Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) where she won the competition for the New Glasgow Museum of Transport, ZHA's first major project in the UK and Fletcher Priest Architects where she led and won consent with commendation for a new landmark tower in Paddington. Her writings and architectural work has been published widely in Europe and Latin America and has been exhibited in London, Venice, Madrid, Mallorca, Rotterdam, Vienna, Sao Pablo, Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires.