Hannah joined Architype as a Part II architectural assistant in 2020.
She previously practiced for over two years in Berlin, where she worked on a range of residential and commercial projects. During this time she also gained experience working for an architectural model maker, continuing her interest in the craft.
In 2018 and 2019, Hannah was part of a team that bid for and successfully ran two international workshops for EASA – the European Architectural Student Assembly. She has won several architectural competitions, including an open competition run by Metsawood. She has previously been a guest critic at the Bauhaus, Dessau, and has a keen interest in architectural education.
At Architype, Hannah is working on early-stage feasibility projects in Scotland. She is a firm believer that sustainable design should be at the forefront of architectural conversation. Her design background supports Architype’s sustainable ethos in creating innovative, ecological spaces.
Hannah gained her BArch with distinction at the University of Dundee, winning the Dundee Institute of Architect’s award for her group project 'Between Thinking and Making'. She continued her studies at the University of Edinburgh, gaining her MArch in 2017. Hannah gained her Part I experience in London, working on high-end residential schemes for a small award-winning practice.