MA(Cantab) DipArch PgDip
Emily is a qualified architect with over five years’ experience in practice. She is driven by a passion for environmentally sustainable and socially conscious design and has particular experience in community engagement.
Emily joined Architype in 2014 having worked for a number of practices across the UK where she worked on projects ranging from individual family homes to large-scale public buildings in the healthcare and education sectors.
Since joining Architype, Emily has been involved in the refurbishment of a local hospice, a variety of school projects as well as a county-wide education masterplan. She is currently Project Architect for a Passivhaus community centre for the Gellideg Foundation, a charitable organisation based on the Gellideg estate in Merthyr Tydfil.
After graduating from Cambridge University in 2010, Emily went on to study for a professional diploma in Architecture: Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies at the Centre for Alternative Technology, being awarded a distinction in 2013. More recently, she completed her professional qualifications at Cardiff University and was presented with the Stanley Hall Cox Prize for academic excellence.