Sai Wentum

Sai Wentum




Sai Wentum
BA Hons MArch
Architectural Assistant/Designer 

Sai studied architecture at the Canterbury School of Architecture (CSA), before completing his masters degree at the University of Westminster. While studying in Canterbury he was awarded the bConstructive Inspire Scholarship, giving him the opportunity to work for the London Borough of Newham's Architectural Services throughout and after his first degree. Working there on various projects, Sai, developed a keen interest for projects in the education sector, leading him to explore the role of architecture in collaborative learning, for his masters thesis.

Most recently, Sai has worked at Glenn Howells Architects, where he has worked on some of London's most exciting residential developments in addition to a commercial project in Birmingham, which re-uses a Grade II*-Listed building, to provide contemporary office spaces. 

He is passionate about design, and approaches architecture with a holistic approach that incorporates his foundations in both graphic and product design. 


AOC Architecture Ltd., London, GB, Architectural Assistant, Part 2

Nov 2015 - current

GLENN HOWELLS ARCHITECTS, London, GB, Architectural Assistant, Part 2

The following below outlines the projects worked on during the employment period.

Catford Green & Catford Stadium
- general arrangement drawings required for planning submission
- updating SketchUp model to reflect design changes

London City Island:
- ground floor (social spaces) interior package - prepare tender and construction information, including:
reflected ceiling plans (RCP's); gym design; concierge design; grocers design; spa design
- mechanical services coordination

Birmingham Assay Office:
- commercial fit-out and refurbishment design
- preparation of tender information
- structural design coordination

Jun 2015 - Oct 2015

GLENN HOWELLS ARCHITECTS, London, GB, Architectural Assistant

The following below outlines the projects worked on during the employment period.

London City Island:
- detail and component design for apartments of four of ten residential blocks
- prepare drawing packages for tender and construction information including:
reflected ceiling plans (RCP's); bathroom fit-out; kitchen fit-out; apartment layout
- working within a small team of architect's and architectural assistants at various levels

Jul 2014 - Dec 2014

London Borough of Newham - Architectural Services, London, GB, Architectural Assistant, Part 1

The following below outlines the projects worked on during the employment period.

- Hartley Primary School (Phase 2 & 3)
- Primary School Basic Needs Programme (Various schools)
- 1-77 & 2-96 Trinity Gardens Residential Blocks
- Theatre Royal Stratford East Canopy Installation
- Carpenter’s Primary School, Staff Room Extension

Aug 2011 - Aug 2013

London Borough of Newham - Architectural Services, London, GB, Design Assistant

The following below outlines the projects worked on during the employment period.

- Olympic Viewing Gallery

May 2009 - May 2011


University of Westminster, London, GB, MArch, Architecture (RIBA Part II)

Sep 2013 - Aug 2015

University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, Canterbury, GB, BArch, Architecture (RIBA Part I)

Sep 2008 - Jul 2011


Architecture Naturally Photography Competition, Honorable Mention

The competition was focused on the relationship between architecture, and the natural world. Winning and highly commended photographs were exhibited along side a number of specially selected entries, as chosen by the judges: acclaimed architectural photographer, Peter Cook; ADP Partner, Roger FitzGerald and Jeni Burnell, Programme Manager of ASF-UK.

Hosted by architectural practice, ADP, the exhibition was held at the London Bankside Gallery, where the winning entry was awarded the prize of a £1000 photographic commission, £750 of camera equipment vouchers, a one year subscription to Digital Photographer Magazine, plus 12 months discounted printing with CallPrint.


Roundhouse Poetry Slam, 2nd Place

In 2009 Camden's Roundhouse, launched their very first Poetry Slam, providing talented poets and spoken-word artists with a platform to showcase their skills and compete against one another. Following two weeks of heat rounds, finalists would compete for a prize-draw and the opportunity to tour with Poetry Slam competition judges.


bConstructive’s Inspire Scholarship Scheme, Scholarship

The Construction Skills Inspire Scholarship offers 60 successful applicants a grant of £9,000 to help them survive the financial strain that a University Degree can often involve.

The Scholarship also provides the opportunity of a 10 week work placement, during the summer of your first study year, where you can get real day-to-day experience of working for a construction company relevant to your chosen course.



UCreative Scholarship Scheme, Scholarship

Each year UCA offers a number of Creative Scholarships funded by donations and are designed to support students in a variety of disciplines and are allocated on merit.



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