Patricia Mato-Mora

Patricia Mato Mora is a Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design at the School of Art, Architecture and Design

Installation of hanging chains in a warehouse

Pereen d'Avoine

Patricia Mato-Mora has an academic background in architecture. She studied materials at the Royal College of Art, and has been a resident sculptor at the European Ceramic Workcentre (2016), Konstfack University of Art and Design (2017), among others. Fascinated with the translation from digital to physical, Patricia has worked as a digital craftswoman and fabricator since 2013, and now runs her own design studio, operating at the intersection of digital fabrication, fine art installation and architecture. Before joining London Metropolitan University, Patricia taught Architecture and Interior Architecture and Design, and has been a visiting critic at institutions nationwide.

Materials, bespoke interiors, fabrication.

2016 - "Vivarium: Textile works by Francisca Artigues, after drawings by her son Miquel Barceló", published in The Journal of Modern Craft, London, U.K

2014 - "Transformative Artscape – A Fabricated Environment for Showcasing Art", published in ReCreate, University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, U.K

2013 - "Unsung Devotion" [Essay & Photographs], published in The Architectural Review, London, U.K

Patricia Mato Mora
Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design