Emily is drawn to the social aspect of architecture; how a space, or a translation of spaces, can affect an individual and improve people’s lives. She has developed a keen interest in affordable housing and how to bring community involvement into the process of creating beautiful homes. Following her studies at the University of Newcastle and London South Bank University, Emily worked for practices in London and Oxfordshire. At TAS, her work spans full project lifecycles and means she wears many hats as an architect, sketching one day, problem-solving another. This variety means her approach to developing ideas and solving challenges is always fresh.