BSc (Hons) Architecture
Anna is a RIBA Part I architecture graduate from Queen’s University Belfast. She is particularly interested in community relations and improving people’s lives through insightful urban design.
During her degree, Anna focused her architecture projects on having inclusive and sustainable aims, always considering her building designs within a wider context. Studying in Belfast brought to her attention the socio-political divides which have either been heightened or relieved through urban design.
Since joining Feria Urbanism, Anna has been involved in a variety of projects, including the redevelopment of sports and community buildings at the Slades Farm Open Space, Bournemouth, where she provided an architectural insight to the overall site plan. She explored ways of improving the buildings to enhance their presence within the local community, giving particular input to the conversion of the under-utilised buildings.
Anna has been a key part of the Bournemouth Town Centre Vision and the Dorchester Town Centre Master Plan, working with local communities and addressing the combination of heritage and innovation. Anna gained previous experience in a variety of other architectural practices, working on healthcare, education and residential projects. She remains involved with the best of design practice through membership of the Young Urbanists and the Bournemouth Design Panel.