Emily has worked for several London practices and has over 20 years of experience working on large scale projects within the arts, education and residential sectors. She has led projects from early concept stage through to construction and practical completion.
At BAA Emily is working on a number of large mixed use developments, on both masterplanning and the detailed design of individual buildings. She is currently working on the practice’s scheme at Graphite Square leading on design integration and coordination.
Emily enjoys the challenges of working on larger schemes and the potential they offer to both test and develop bigger ideas at scale, and make a more significant regenerative impact.
She is skilled in stakeholder consultation, maximising the potential of this valuable tool to ensure that developments are understood and well-received at planning stage, and subsequently welcomed and integrated into existing communities.
Emily’s approach is underpinned by her interest in the evolution of cities and the blurring of boundaries between work and social. She is interested in the integration of work and play within our lives and how cities and buildings are developed to support the increasing connections between the two.
Prior to working at BAA, Emily worked on a diverse range of arts and residential projects within central London, in the UK and abroad as well as large scale schools, universities and sports buildings.
During her Masters studies at the University of Bath, Emily won a RIBA Silver Medal prize for her extension to the British Library.