Spatial Anatomy

Spatial Anatomy designs spaces, objects and strategies for cities.
Founded in 2016 by Calvin Chua, the firm takes an interdisciplinary research and design approach towards today’s complex urban challenges. Maintaining an international portfolio of projects across scales and mediums, Spatial Anatomy is currently working on projects ranging from public infrastructure, exhibitions, to strategic masterplan. With a keen interest in bridging design and geopolitics, Spatial Anatomy has supported research and capacity building programmes on urban regions in the DPRK, including Pyongyang and Kangwon Province. The firm co-curated the Pyongyang Sallim exhibition at the 2017 Seoul Biennale with PRAUD. Recognised for its unique approach towards design practice, Spatial Anatomy was longlisted for the 2020 Royal Academy of Arts Dorfman Award.