Agnes joined the practice as a Part II Architectural Assistant after successfully completing her PhD in Architecture and Urban Studies at Northumbria University. Her academic work investigated interaction between domestic architecture and urban form using BIM- and GIS-based quantitative and qualitative methods. Agnes has keen interest in housing developments, creative reuse and refurbishment of historic buildings, and sustainable architecture. She believes that every project should follow evidence-based approach to create human- and community-centred spaces.
Out of the office, Agnes enjoys travelling, sailing (she is a certified Inland Skipper) and photography.