Katherine Scott

Architectural Assistant
Unit 21, Postgraduate Architecture Student, Bartlett \\ BArch Architecture First Class Hons, University of Nottingham

Katherine graduated with a Distinction in MArch Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Here she studied in Unit 21, tutored by Abi Ashton, Andrew Porter and Tom Holberton. Previously, Katherine attained a First Class BArch Architecture degree from the University of Nottingham. Katherine now works as an Architectural Assistant at dRMM.

Katherine is passionate about designing in the public realm and considering how to activate forgotten, underused or in-between spaces in a city. With a keen interest in spatial narratives, she likes to interrogate a brief to find unique nuances that can influence a project’s eventual outcome, working with the client to ensure the project meets all their needs and more. She previously worked at Carl Turner Architects, Hawkins\Brown and CZWG, accumulating a range of experience across different scales of projects.

Having recently run a half marathon and an avid – albeit somewhat novice – gardener, Katherine enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring cities. Ballardian novels, brutal buildings and the way urban life interacts with the natural landscape are some of the main themes underlying Katherine’s work. She plans to continue working towards qualifying as an architect, in the mean time posting photos of her work, travels and ideas under the Instagram moniker @archi_life.

Works from Katherine’s portfolio are available for sale, please us the contact form for any enquiries.