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Sabi Space

We believe that each person and space has a distinct story to tell, and our mission is to use our craft to celebrate character. 

Our journey begins at the briefing stage, when we engage with our clients' narratives and aspirations. As we move into the conceptual phase, we tailor our designs to reflect the essence of their journey. Through a blend of aesthetics, sustainability, and high-quality materials, we create spaces and products that stand the test of time and serve as a wellspring of inspiration. 


We believe in the power of individuality, celebrating the beauty found in imperfections and the expression of one's true self. We see these principles as the foundation for fostering culture, diversity and inclusion in our world.

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Sabina Blasiotti

Sabina Blasiotti is an Italian
Architect based in London.

With a BA from the University of Westminster, MArch from the Bartlett School of Architecture and Part 3 qualification from the Architectural Association. In practice, Sabina gained valuable experience working at renowned architecture firms, including Bjarke Ingels Group in London and Kengo Kuma in Tokyo, before founding her own space, Sabi. 


Sabina's work is a testament to her intuition, aesthetics, extensive research, and passion for personal expression. Her projects have collected international acclaim, including recognitions from Azure Magazine, Architizer, and UCL.  Her works have been exhibited at the Royal Academy, Sir John Soane's Museum, RIBA HQ and Salone del Mobile among others.


Private Island / Runner Up / RIBA Competitions / January 2023
Eye Line Competition / 2nd Prize / The RIBA Journal / June 2022
A+ Award for Student Work / Winner / Azure Magazine / June 2022 

Artefici del Nostro Tempo / 3rd Prize / Town of Venice / April 2022 

Drawing of the Year / Environmental Award / Archisource / April 2022 

Ghana Innovation Farm / Finalist / YAC / March 2022
The Architecture Drawing Prize 2021 / Finalist / February 2022
One Drawing Challenge / First Prize / Architizer / February 2022

Architectural Drawing Competition / Finalist / Krob / August 2021
Art Images as Research / Finalist / UCL / August 2021
The Bartlett Medal / Winner / Bartlett School of Architecture/ July 2021 

Shandong Park / Finalist / Non Architecture / December 2020
Artkeys Prize / Finalist / Artkeys / October 2020
John Walkden Memorial / Winner / Uni of Westminster / June 2018 

Distant Horizons Award / Winner / Uni of Westminster / January 2017

Clawsa Prize / Finalist / University of Westminster / June 2016

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