Jazmin Charalambous (°1991, London) operates on the cusp of art and architecture. She crafts situations to provoke flashes of understanding between people, using analytical techniques to create site-specific works. Her practice highlights the importance of in-between places and the necessity of embracing incidents and oddities within design. Currently based in Rotterdam, she is working with KESP Architectuur on delivering residential projects with circular intentions, whilst simultaneously developing self-directed projects examining the potential of public space through landscape interventions and community action.


Education

2016-18 MSc. Architecture, Urbanism, and Building Sciences, cum laude, TU Delft
2010-13 BA. Architecture, Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art
2009-10 3D Design Foundation Diploma, distinction, Kingston University


Employment

2019- KESP Architectuur, Rotterdam
2018-19 veldwerk architecten, Ghent
2014-15 Omer Arbel Office, Vancouver
2013-14 vPPR Architects, London
2010 Heatherwick Studio, Internship, London


Grants, Awards, Residencies

2020 Residency, Künstlerstadt Kalbe, Kalbe (Milde)
2020 Grant, Urban Community Carpet, Design Management Netwerk
2019 Selection, graduation project, Archiprix NL
2019 Residency, Künstlerstadt Kalbe, Kalbe (Milde)
2018 Honourable Mention, graduation project, TU Delft Board of Examiners
2016 Honourable Mention: CHART Architecture Competition
2016 First Prize, DLAB competition, Aarhus School of Architecture
2013 Nomination, BA.Arch. graduation project, Sheppard Robson Award


Exhibitions and Publications

2020 “Labyrint” in ‘LandArt Route’ group exhibition, Natuurbegraafplaats ‘De Utrecht’, Esbeek 
2019 “Archiprix NL,” exhibition, TU Delft
2019 “An incidental meeting of parts,” ARGUS Annual 18/19, published by TU Delft
2018 “Anne Lacaton: Visiting Professor 2016-2017,” published by TU Delft
2018 “Rotative Research Dialogues,” online
2017 “Delft Reconnaissance: A Visual Study of a Small City,” published by TU Delft
2017 “Roosenberg Revisited – Singing Silence,” group exhibition, Waasmunster
2017 “The Space of Capture” in “ARGUS Annual 16/17,” theory thesis, published by TU Delft
2016 “Constructing an Archive Yearbook 2015/2016,” published by Aarhus School of Architecture
2016 “Constructing An Archive Constructs An Archive,” exhibition, Aarhus School of Architecture
2013 “The Mac: Degree Show 2013,” group exhibition, The Old Truman Brewery, London
2013 “Saltcoats,” FOLD Magazine, Glasgow





jazmincharalambous@gmail.com
@jcharalambous