Nathan completed the Bachelor of Environments at Melbourne University, graduating with the University Medal. He then worked for two years at Melbourne architecture firm McBride Charles Ryan, before completing his studies at the Architectural Association, graduating with Honours in 2017. He was a 2016 recipient of the RIBA Wren Association Scholarship and his Part I project ‘The Augurs of Slave Island’ was awarded the Grand Prize at the D3 Unbuilt Visions competition.
Nathan Su and Bethany Edgoose have been collaborating since 2013 on architectural projects reimagining social realities. Nathan is a designer and storyteller, working through speculation, architecture and film to imagine futures from the scale of the home to the city. Bethany is a social designer and anthropologist who works at the intersection of tech-development and society. Their previous work together has included Through Leviathan’s Eyes – a mixed reality city, collectively constructed as an ever changing visual palimpsest, and the Atlas of False Desires, a short film about social media manipulation that was awarded Best Short at Sci-Fi London 2017. They also collaborated with Chong Yan Chuah on Aisha’s Asylum, a short story that received an Honourable Mention in Blank Space’s Fairytales 2017 competition, and Vital Networks, a system of international telemedicine awarded 2nd place the 2015 Advancing Development Goals Geneva Challenge.