Natalie is a Part 2 Architectural Assistant who joined JTP after completing her MArch at the Welsh School of Architecture with a First-Class Honours. Her final masters project, which was nominated for the RSAW student award, explored large-scale policy and masterplanning needed through the wake of the climate crisis, located in Eastville, Bristol. It aimed to investigate the role of architecture and the physical environment in reducing climate anxiety, whilst also exploring actions towards reducing the effect of the built environment on the climate crisis through programme and design.
Natalie has experience across a range of scales and sectors including small scale private domestic, healthcare and larger scale residential projects. Since joining JTP, she has primarily worked on larger scale mixed use residential projects across London, including North Finchley, and the recently approved Devonshire Place, a detailed planning application on an underused, brownfield site on the Old Kent Road in Southwark. The proposals deliver 200 new affordable homes extending to 33 storeys, alongside 941 student bedrooms, student ancillary spaces and active ground-floor commercial uses. More recently Natalie has been involved in the design of Blackbird Leys Community Centre, focusing on community led design at the heart of the approved wider regeneration scheme.
Outside work Natalie is an active traveller, aiming to explore the world as much as possible, ticking off the wonders of the world such as Machu Picchu in Peru. As well as this Natalie enjoys cooking and keeping active through running, cycling, and climbing.