Kathryn believes small, under-utilised spaces have the potential to create inspiring and much-needed homes in a constrained city. Her 12+ years’ experience acquiring a small piece of land from Lambeth Council influenced her thinking about regeneration and delivering housing for London. Her proposal for ‘Community Led Intensification’ was shortlisted for NLA’s New Ideas for Housing London in 2016, and led to her membership in a Cross Practice Housing Forum.
Kathryn studied landscape architecture and urban planning at Arizona State University. She has over 20 years’ experience developing masterplans, public realm schemes and regeneration strategies.
She spent her formative years working at EDAW and Alsop Architects. At Alsop, she worked on innovative masterplans for Bradford City Centre and Harrow on the Hill that challenged the typical approach to regeneration and growth.
At Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios she developed schemes for sustainable communities, estate regeneration and urban intensification in the UK and abroad. She is currently working with the research group looking at how to achieve net zero carbon before 2030.