Based in HOK’s London studio, Michelle is a conservation architect with more than two decades of experience preserving and designing buildings. She specializes in adaptive reuse and renovation projects as well as new build architecture in historic settings.
Michelle’s collaborative approach and technical skills help create award-winning projects around the world. Her expertise ranges across multiple markets, including civic and cultural, mixed-use, corporate, commercial, governmental and residential.
Passionate about conservation and design, Michelle is a member of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings. She is also an accredited conservation architect by the Royal Institute of British Architects and a Certified Passive House Designer
Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Practice in Architecture, Part III
Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Practice in Architecture, Part II
Bachelor of Architecture, Applied Design