My name is Ellie Sampson and I am an architecture graduate and model maker from North London. I am the model maker and workshop manager at Haworth Tompkins architects and I am also available for paper-cut commissions. I am constantly engrossed in comic books, films and travelogues and I try to emulate this interest through the narratives, themes and compositions of both my architectural work and paper-cut models.
Ballpit Mag Profile- Read here
'The Career Girl' Profile- Read here
The Creative Review 'How I Work: Model Maker Ellie Sampson'
By Emma Tucker- Read here
Shaping Space – Architectural Models Revealed
Main gallery at the Building Centre from September 2021- more here
'Cosmowomen. Places as constellations'
Work used in the installations designed by architect Izaskun Chinchilla Moreno
La Galleria Nazionale di Roma- more here
Exhibiting two architectural models at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019
Exhibiting work at the Seoul Biennale as part of a display showcasing visions for a future London
Leading workshops and giving lectures about model making for schools and universities including, The Bartlett School of Architecture, The London School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, Manchester School of Architecture and Mossbourne Community Academy
Haworth Tompkins, Model Maker
Teaching Digital Media workshops for Undergraduate Unit 4,
The Bartlett School of Architecture
Haworth Tompkins, Architectural Assistant
Architecture MArch (Distinction), Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
First Class Bsc Hons Architecture, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Chelsea College of Art (UAL) Art and Design Foundation year, Distinction
AJ New Talent list- more information here
The Bartlett School of Architecture Medal for Masters work
The Saint- Gobain Innovation Award for MArch 4th Year project
'The Torcello Typology Repository'
Risograph printed travelogue of a summer trip through Italy
Six Cities, One Wood, 2016
75 page travelogue, part of Gosh! Comics small press collection
“Datum Shifters”, 2014
Unit Four Publication seen in RIBA and AA Book Stores