BA (Hons), DipArch, ARB
Hannah studied at Kingston University and London Metropolitan University, and joined Eric Parry Architects in 2015. Since joining the practice she has worked on the construction of 1-9 Seymour Street, a mixed-use development for The Portman Estate in Marylebone and the redevelopment of Dolphin Square.
Currently Hannah is working on the masterplan for Warneford Park, Oxford, a new leading centre of research excellence and clinical expertise in mental healthcare. Prior to joining EPA, Hannah worked for Richards Partington Architects where she was Project Architect for Holmewood House School in Tunbridge Wells, an extension to a listed 19th Century mansion.
Hannah has extensive experience in housing ranging from private residences to larger developments for housing trusts and private developers. She worked on the RIBA Award winning low-energy community at Derwenthorpe, York and contributed to the associated publications exploring Leed’s Metropolitan University’s testing and analysis of the project. She also worked on publications for the NHBC Foundation on low energy design and overheating in new homes. Her other previous experience include a number of office and restaurant fitouts.