SIBLING works at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, cultural analysis and visual communication to produce new and unexpected spatial outcomes. Whether the outcome be a building, an installation, an urban strategy or an event, SIBLING’s approach insists on intelligent forms while fostering a positive socially engaged agenda.
SIBLING produces design from within a participatory and research based studio environment, drawing from our large-scale capabilities and experience to inform the adaptability, innovative culture and individual focus of a smaller practice. The civic nature of SIBLING extends to members being regularly invited to lecture and teach at university institutions and conferences; as well as contributing to various design publications, including Volume.
SIBLING formed as a network of people who are all trained in architecture and maintain active practice across the globe. Additional fields of expertise include landscape architecture, visual communication, cultural studies and commerce. SIBLING is led by Amelia Borg, Nicholas Braun, Jane Caught, Qianyi Lim, and Timothy Moore.
Make Trouble: Design for Change
We have paired up with Design for Change to host an evening of flash talks with design masters who are challenging design conventions and causing trouble in the design world.