Malcolm Onifadé studied architecture in Versailles (ENSA-V) and Technische Universität München (TUM).
He was director of the association ADN+ (architecture design and novation linked with ENSAV). There he helped to develop workshop, public furniture, art installation, small pavillon and was part of the working team for the creation of ENSA-V Fablab.
He practice in some workshop, L’Orfevrerie (Paris), Munich maker lab, and worked in hemp construction (UK).
His interest crosses architecture, manufacturing, construction and is oriented by material processes.
He is working at ALICE with the Design Research team.
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