Since joining ABA in 2015, Juliana has established herself as a highly motivated architect and talented 3-D designer. A brilliant team player, Juliana is particularly skilled at user engagement, technical coordination, and production of high-quality design information. She has considerable experience of project delivery, having worked on the documentation and construction phase of ABA’s Exeter College in Oxford and our award-winning residential project ‘Cadence Court’, at King’s Cross.
Juliana is currently working on ABA’s competition-winning design for the York Castle Museum, which will form the basis for a Heritage Lottery Fund application. The designs include a museum quarter around three separate buildings, a new 2,500sqm exhibition hall and two existing 18th century buildings. Her work includes co-ordinating the architectural and consultant team’s early designs. Juliana has strong strategic and logistic skills, producing deliverables on time and to the utmost quality and managing client and consultant relationships successfully.
Prior to joining ABA Juliana worked for Rodic Davidson Architects for three years, where she she delivered the RIBA award-winning North Vat house in Dungeness. Juliana completed Masters in 2012 with distinction at Porto Architecture School. During her studies, she participated in many international competitions and workshops, with a range of prestigious Architects.