BA(Hons) B(Arch) AdvDip
Amy is a qualified architect with four years experience working in architectural practice.
Amy has previously worked on a number of housing projects in London and the North West and has experience working in community engagement for a social-enterprise. She has a particular interest in creating housing that is both economically and environmentally sustainable. Amy is currently working on Agar Grove, a Passivhaus housing project for Camden Council.
Amy completed both her Part I and Part II at the Manchester School of Architecture where she also worked as a teaching assistant, teaching drawing and presentation skills to first year architecture students. She gained her Part III/Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice at RIBA North West in 2012. Since qualifying Amy has become interested in permaculture principles and how they can be applied to the built environment and is now looking forward to completing a permaculture design course this year.