Henry Valori

Architectural Assistant / Designer

Henry joined Nissen Richards Studio in 2022, having graduated with a master’s degree from the Royal College of Art in London, where his work was nominated for the RIBA West Awards. His thesis project investigated coastal pollution in southern Spain and proposed a series of architectural interventions that conserve locally damaged environments. Alongside his studies, he worked on a number of international exhibitions, including a film installation for ‘Critical Zones’ (2020) held at ZKM | Centre for Arts and Media Karlsruhe, and a walking exhibit for the Serpentine Galleries’ Back to Earth Campaign.

Before joining Nissen Richards Studio, Henry’s experience in practice led him to work on a range of cultural and residential projects throughout the UK, including an educational facility for Norwich University of the Arts.