Isobel Chapman

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

BArch (Hons) DipArch

Isobel joined pH+ in June 2015 and has worked on a number of mixed-use and residential schemes within the office, comprising of both new build and refurbishment. She also has prior Part 1 experience working on high-end residential projects in West London.

In 2016 she completed her RIBA Part 2 Professional Diploma course at the Cass School of Architecture, graduating with a Distinction. During her time there she undertook a number of research trips to Kathmandu, Nepal, with a focus on initiating resettlement post-earthquake in a peri-urban settlement south of the city.

During these research trips, Isobel worked closely with a local NGO and was an integral part in trying to establish the foundations for a live project for Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources. Much of this research was documented into two research publications for ARCSR.

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