Sai Wentum

Sai Wentum

London, GB


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Sai Wentum is currently studying for his MArch Architecture RIBA Part 2 degree at the University of Westminster, graduating from his first degree in, BA (Hons) Architecture at the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury. 

He has previously worked for the London Borough of Newham's multidisciplinary design department where he has gained a wide and varied experience working on projects within various sectors. During his time here he has played a vital role throughout the life cycle of projects from the initial stages of client engagement through to procurement and delivery . 

Although studying architecture, Wentum’s early foundations in graphic and product design, heavily influence his architectural work, believing that it is important for these three design disciplines to run in sync to further engage the human interface.

With up to six years of experience in the public sector he aims to use architecture and design as a means of inspiring those for which it is built for, to use their resources to progress and improve their future.



London Borough of Newham, London, GB, Architectural Assistant

Worked for Newham during semester breaks (2009 - 2010) as part of the Inspire Scholarship Scheme award. Role included CAD and hand drawing, site visits, developing concepts.

Further to receiving my BA (Hons) Architecture degree, Newham re-employed me as an architectural assistant to continue role’s of trainee architect working through the RIBA stages/ plan of works, on projects [within education, residential, public realm and workplace] of values up to £9 million. Role had also expanded to include, project management, contract administration, client and contractor liaison.

Jul 2011 - Aug 2013


University of Westminster, Marylebone, GB, MArch, Architecture RIBA Part 2

Sep 2013 - current

University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, Canterbury, Kent, Bachelors, Architecture

BA (Hons) Architecture is an ARB and RIBA validated course. The course operates as a design laboratory in which you seek radical conceptual approaches to architecture and test them through debate and through application in public space. You consider spatial practice in relation to the human conditions experienced in everyday life as well as in relation to social, political, landform, urban and virtual environments.

The course is taught through the School of Architecture. A modern, progressive design environment established more than fifty years ago.

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Sep 2008 - Jul 2011


ADP's Architecture Naturally Photography Competition, Honorable Mention

The competition focuses on an important relationship - that which exists between architecture, and the natural world and was open to students over the age of 16 studying photography, a photography-related course, architecture or an architecture-related course.


Certificate of Personal Effectiveness ASDAN Level 3, Award

Fund raised £3000 within five months. Achieved this in order to participate in the Fulcrum Challenge expedition to India.

Certificate of Personal Effectiveness ASDAN Level 3 qualification was obtained after submitting the leadership journal completed during the Fulcrum Challenge.


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