Charlotte qualified as an architect in 2010 while working on research facilities for Imperial College and the University of Warwick. She has significant experience in conservation developed since 2013 when she worked on a number of interventions within the historic fabric of the British Museum.
Since joining Ben Adams Architects, she has consolidated her conservation skills alongside developing detailed understanding and experience of refurbishment of both existing and listed buildings.
She has worked on a range of housing and office projects, most notably 24 King William Street, a 10 storey office building and gateway to the City.
Charlotte works closely with city developers and planners to unlock the commercial potential of sites, whilst still being sensitive to the way in which individual buildings relate to the wider heritage of the city.
She enjoys the briefing process – gaining a deep understanding of client needs and using her design skills to respond to, and address, project constraints.
Within the practice Charlotte acts as a mentor to younger members of the design team, promoting knowledge sharing and best practice and leading on business development.
Charlotte has recently moved to the US to head up BAA’s new LA studio. She is a friendly and enthusiastic ambassador for the practice, highly responsive to client demands, reliable and pragmatic.