BA (Hons) BArch PGDip PPMA
Kirsten has had an interest in design from a young age and first came to the practice back in 2002 for two weeks work experience whilst at school, which confirmed to her that she wanted to pursue a career in architecture. She began her formal architectural education in 2005 at The University of Lincoln and spent her summers working for the practice, including a years experience between her RIBA Part I and Part II qualifications, gaining valuable real world experience and knowledge. She completed her postgraduate diploma in Professional Practice and Management in Architecture and obtained her RIBA Part III qualification, registering as an Architect in 2014.
Kirsten’s experience is across the different sectors working on private houses, housing developments, commercial and community projects, on new build, extensions and refurbishments. She has experience of contract administration on both small and large developments on site and really enjoys seeing her designs take shape on site.
Outside of the office Kirsten likes to travel whenever she gets the opportunity and is always looking at where she could go next. More local to home she likes going out on her bike, in her kayak and out in her 1964 Riley Elf, ‘Edna’.