March 2014 to Present
Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects London, United Kingdom
Architect at design-focussed practice in central London as part of team delivering buildings in education and residential sectors. Assisting in early design concept stages, development, tender and construction drawings. Involvmenet in production of several design access statements gaining planning approval and short listed competition entries.
August 2013 to March 2014
DH Liberty London, United Kingdom
Freelance Designer and Architectural Assistant at a multi-discipline design practice. Input into design, responsible for preparing design development and construction packages & schedules. Direct contact with clients, suppliers and contractors.
October 2012 to April 2013
bureauSLA Amsterdam, Netherlands
Part 2 professional experience in an independent Dutch architectural office. Contributing to all aspects of office and design work, model making and 3D exploration of design. The small, close knit nature of the office meant heavy involvement in the design process. Contributed to a broad range of projects including interior design, residential expansions, masterplanning and a sculptural art piece.
September 2009 to June 2010
Architects 49 International Bangkok, Thailand
Part 1 professional experience undertaken. Involvement in major contracts in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Many hours of work on an extensive range of challenging projects, including: a luxury holiday residence for a Royal Prince in the hills of Al Ain, competition entries for hotel designs in Vietnam, and a range of high rise commercial and residential projects in Abu Dhabi and Thailand. input into the development of plans and the exploration of 3D form. Valuable exposure to vital economic factors that heavily influence all branches of architecture.
Ronald Lu & Partners Hong Kong, China
Gained practical experience in the model-making workshop of this large Asian architectural practice. A unique opportunity to observe and be involved in a very practical side of an architectural office, and a valuable chance to learn about architectural form and high quality model making skills.
July 2004 & October 2005
Gordon Murray & Alan Dunlop Architects Glasgow, Scotland
A solid introduction to the day-to-day workings of a busy British architects’ office and practical experience in time management, model making and the basics of autoCAD.