Natalie completed her Part 1 BA(Hons) at University of Brighton; her Part 2 March Architectural Diploma and MA Architecture: Sustainable Design (with distinction) at University of East London. She is currently at UCL-Bartlett School for her Part 3, aiming to sit her exam in December 2019.
After joining David Morley Architects in February 2018, she has worked on a variety of projects such as the Goldhill Baptist Church; a new build church and community centre at Chalfont-St-Peter; on Matlock Spa, a 500 residential unit mixed use masterplan in Derbyshire; as well as hospital masterplans and listed building renovations.
Natalie’s previous experience ranges from conception to completion, mainly on residential projects, such as luxury developments and alterations to listed houses and mixed use developments. Furthermore, in the past she has managed a team of three architectural assistants during which she developed team work, job allocation and management skills.
Her interests include housing and sustainability. As part of her MA course, she calculated the sustainability of the Euston area that was going to be affected by HS2 using LEED ND and later presented her findings to Camden council, which informed their OAPF document that was being drafted at the time.