Sabrina graduated from the Architectural Association in 2016. She has worked in many architectural practices between London, Italy, Thailand and Cambodia. She is also collaborating with various magazines as illustrator and with the RIBA as curator assistant. Her projects have always been related to the idea of fragmentation, using different media, enhancing the process of how things are made and assembled together. She taught at the AA Summer School 2016, investigating the GIF as a medium to construct spaces and ideas.
Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri started working together from 2016 on several projects, using architecture as methodology to teach different outcomes: toys, pastry tools and story-telling. They have been in Bolivia for the last two months to organise a new AA Visiting School, exploring cultural assembling as a realm where architecture meets identity and folklore.