Aimée joined us in 2020 having completed her MArch from the University of Westminster and her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with a minor in City + Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. Based on her research on informal female-led religious settlements in Tibetan Sichuan she was nominated for the 2020 RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship and had her project exhibited at the Monsoon [+Other] Grounds Symposium.
Aimée’s academic interest lies in responding to the climate emergency, using research, data, and mapping to illustrate climatic phenomena and inform architectural projects.
Her professional experience has seen her working in Hong Kong, Paris and San Francisco designing private homes and offices for companies such as Google, L’Oréal, and Leo Burnett.
Within the studio she has worked on a variety of residential and mixed-use schemes such as London Road, Parkhurst Garages, Vicarage Road, Nash Mills, Old Street and North End. She is currently working on a new hotel pavilion in Wembley which is planned for competition later this year.
Outside of work, Aimée has a keen interest in cartography and the visual arts.