Carolina Braz
Senior Revit Technician

Carolina is a qualified architect from Venezuela and also holds masters in Revit Architectural Modelling and Interior Design from the Polytechnical of Madrid University.

Having previously worked in Madrid and Caracas on a variety of projects at different scales, Carolina was part of the team working on high-density residential neighbourhoods such as The Green Quarter and Ferrum, Wembley delivering a high density mixed-use project of 3,750 homes and Poplar Riverside – a 2,800 home mixed-use neighborhood in Poplar, east London which includes a new school and public riverside park on a former gasworks site. Alongside these projects, Carolina has also worked on The Nicholson Quarter  in Maidenhead which will see the regeneration of an existing three hectare shopping centre site into a new retail-led town centre, providing a range of retail, leisure, office, later-living and residential uses and new public square, knitted into the town’s urban centre. At The Waterside, Wembley, Carolina is working with the team on a highly sustainable, mixed-use community of 759 new dwellings, 35% of which will be affordable, in a range of sizes from studios to three bedroom apartments.

She also was involved in Fort Halstead, a former military site. This hybrid application included the detailed planning application for the refurbishment of a Grade II listed building of national military interest and the outline planning application for the remainder of the site. Fort Halstead has been designed to respect the adjacent Fort, celebrate innovation, and reflect the site’s military history.

Her recent projects include Phase 2 High Road, Wembley which features a range of new student homes that are energy efficient, deliver a sustainable and supported lifestyle for its 639 residents and staff members, with a range of accommodation including accessible homes, podium garden and communal spaces to promote interaction, learning and personal growth.

In her spare time Carolina enjoys travelling and cooking.

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