Hannah graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2013 and completed her Professional Diploma at the London School of Architecture before relocating to Scotland to join HLA in 2018. She was awarded her Part III professional qualification from the University of Edinburgh in March 2020.
Hannah began her professional experience at Cowper Griffith Architects where she worked on a variety of community, arts and education buildings including the renovation and restoration of Cambridge University’s Wesley House. In 2015 she joined Liddicoat & Goldhill where she developed a more experimental design approach combining conservation knowledge with contemporary materials and techniques. Hannah then went on to work with Daykin Marshall Studio on a number of bespoke residential projects and large scale installations, using prototyping and model making to develop designs.
Hannah’s current work aims to combine traditional craftsmanship with material experimentation to create efficient and engaging architecture.