Katherine joined HTA in January 2018 and is currently working on the Ravensbury Estate regeneration scheme.
Since joining HTA, Katherine has completed her Part 3 studies at University of Greenwich, where she was awarded the Bennetts Prize for graduating with distinction at the top of her class.
Prior to HTA, Katherine formed part of the team at BUJ Architects as an Architectural Assistant, working primarily on London-based residential schemes. Key project involvement included the NLA’s 2018 Overall Prize Winner ‘Wickside’, a mixed-use neighbourhood designed in collaboration with Ask Sakula, and the construction of one of London’s largest co-living projects for The Collective. For the latter, Katherine was responsible for design development and coordination of the unitised façade system, one of various offsite fabricated elements of the design.
Katherine studied at Edinburgh College of Art, where she specialised in Architecture and Urbanism at postgraduate level. The course allowed her to develop her passion for designing the ‘every day’ – focussing on housing and urban design in cross disciplinary studies amongst landscape architects and urban designers. Professionally, Katherine has developed a broad understanding of the industry and a history of working in a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach on a wide range of project scales. As a Part 1 Assistant Katherine gained experience designing bespoke residences in protected landscapes and conservation areas. Following completion of her postgraduate studies, Katherine also worked in the field of Environmental Impact Assessment supporting large consultant teams on renewable energy infrastructure and brown/greenfield site projects.
At HTA, Katherine is part of the team working on Ravensbury Estate, developing outline planning consent for a Reserved Matters application.