Since joining ABA in 2015, Kate has worked on residential, mixed-use and cultural projects for a variety of cities including London, Cambridge and Vancouver, a private house in Hampstead, as well as several competitions. Kate is technically proficient at 3D development through Rhino and Revit, and has extensive experience working with parametric models and computation. Involved in the BIM standard across the office with a focus on drawings standards and complex modelling.
Promoting architecture for the younger generations? Open City Architecture in Schools, Kate lead the team involved and ABA’s partner primary school was awarded Best Local Design for the Smarter City Brief. Kate’s previous experience includes work on several sports stadia in the Middle East and a Sports Training Village in Southern Africa at AECOM Sports. At Farshid Moussavi Architecture, she worked on a housing complex in Nanterre, Paris and a competition for technical school in Berlin. Kate graduated from the Architectural Association in 2014, where she completed the Diploma course. Her thesis project was a sacred space for dis-enrolled Native Americans in California, that examined the potential of embedding culture into a new productive enterprise. Kate gained her RIBA Part III at the University of Westminster in February 2017.