Architect Raffaello Rosselli repurposes hard plastic recyclables into an experimental structure, focussing attention on Australia’s plastic waste crisis. Courtesy: the artist.
Architect Raffaello Rosselli’s practice redefines and reimagines neglected and waste materials. His design process is based on the exploration of the nexus between history and materiality, and an ambition to create architecture that is grounded in place yet unique from it. Rosselli brings this sensibility to MAMA’s inaugural experimental summer architecture project, which will enjoy a presence in central Albury alongside the museum.