Isabel’s interest for architecture stemmed from developing an understanding for the breadth of disciplines and possibilities that lie within the profession; both in terms of what outcome can be achieved for end-users, and through what can be gained through the design process.
Isabel completed her Part 1 at Central Saint Martins, where its unique art school setting shaped her firm interest for collaborative and multi-disciplinary design. During her time there she was involved in multiple collaborative design projects where she worked with various departments, including the likes of ceramics, fashion communication and product design, all of which inspires her personal practice.
She also has an interest in humanitarian design and previously participated in a workshop with CAUKIN Studio to design a Kindergarten in Zambia, to be constructed in 2022.
Outside of architecture, Isabel enjoys creating illustrations for board game projects, is a music enthusiast, and given that she is from Norfolk, she is partial to going on scenic walks wherever sheep are present.