Alexander Wright's explorative approach to design and making draws on a diverse range of experience in architecture, film, furniture design, and construction.

Born in New Zealand, Alexander completed his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Auckland, where he was awarded the UA Summer Research Scholarship. 

In 2005, Alexander moved to Berlin to study the German language and work for Barkow Leibinger Architekten. During this time, he collaborated with director Bryn Chainey on the multi-award winning film, 'Jonah and the Vicarious Nature of Homesickness.'

After completing his master degree at ETH Zurich, Alexander worked at Boltshauser Architekten, and together with Swiss designers Kadur Rohner, designed and built a bespoke range of furniture exhibited at Blickfang 2014. 

Most recently he works at 6a architects in London refurbishing a vacant retail unit within the Barbican Estate.