Having grown up in the countryside, Alice enjoys the challenges of designing in London, finding creative solutions within the constraints of an ever changing city.
Being a maths geek with an interest in art and sketching naturally led to Alice studying engineering and architecture.
After completing a masters in civil engineering at Bristol university Alice studied her part 2 at Westminster where she continues to be a visiting critic. Her final year thesis, based in the Maldives, won the detail magazine student award and first introduced her to the magical world of grasshopper.
Alice qualified as an architect whilst at MATA, having been part of the practice since it’s early days. She has helped deliver a number of the practices completed projects, both commercial and residential, relishing the challenge of working with existing buildings.
Alice introduced the use of parametric design at MATA, experimenting on a number of projects and is currently working on two new hospitality schemes due to be completed and open for business Summer 2021.
Alice has recently found a love of (fairweather) cycling and has been exploring the south east on two wheels though she is yet to successfully change a tyre without assistance.