Ayesha graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2011 and from The Cass at London Metropolitan in 2015. Her thesis project ‘The Accidental City’ re-imagines a part of South London currently undergoing extreme urbanisation. Rejoicing in London’s inconsistency, variety, unintended complexity and contrasts – and the unexpected richness this creates – her project explores how buildings become part of the city around them. Ayesha gained her RIBA Part III from the University of Westminster in 2017.
Since joining ABA in September 2015 Ayesha has worked on residential and mixed-use developments in Greenwich, Kings Cross and Tottenham Hale, as well as several competitions. She has also lead the utilisation of BIM across the office.
Prior to working at ABA, Ayesha has worked predominantly on the planning and delivery of educational projects in practices in both Cambridgeshire and Melbourne Australia.