Shiro Studio is a London based design practice established by Andrea Morgante in 2009, committed to the creation of unique architecture and objects. Shiro means ‘white’ in Japanese, but here it implies a philosophical translation where white is perceived as the purest creative approach.
Omnidirectional research across many disciplines feeds the studio’s ethos, ‘making the invisible tangible’. Anatomy, aeronautics, meteorology, botany, sculpture and digital fabrication are recurrent trajectories of investigation that permeate the studio’s visual language and design process. Below are some of their projects that we enjoyed the most.