Charlotte completed her Diploma in Architecture at Edinburgh College of Art and qualified as an Architect from the University of Westminster in 2015. She joined Allies and Morrison in 2013.
Charlotte has extensive experience working on a variety of projects across all stages of design from feasibility to construction and from residential, mixed-use and educational schemes to masterplanning and urban design. She enjoys the creative processes involved in earlier stage design, but has also demonstrated skill in tackling the challenges posed by projects in the later stages. Having worked on several projects preparing detail design and tender information including their delivery on site, Charlotte has illustrated a good understanding of regulations and construction standards and has extended her skills to co-ordinate and develop information with a wider construction team.
Since joining the practice Charlotte has led the design development for the landscaping and wider site design for Wood Wharf, a regeneration masterplan on the Isle of Dogs, for both the Outline Planning and Reserved Matters applications. Requiring extensive coordination with the wider design team Charlotte was integral in helping to transform a once industrial estate into what will soon be a thriving community. More recently Charlotte has led the design for the residential aspect of a mixed-use scheme on Lavington Street, a complex project in a condensed London site, comprising of both private and affordable units. The project was granted planning in early 2018.
Currently Charlotte is leading the external envelope design for a new Arts and Humanities faculty building for Manchester Metropolitan University, a highly-complex building comprising of a theatre, workshop spaces and existing listed Portico facade.