Caitlin joined Studio Egret West in 2016, after completing her Part II Professional Diploma at the CASS School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. Her final year thesis project ‘Making Houses’ investigated the potential for the collocation of industrial and residential uses; having spent two years cataloguing businesses and interviewing manufacturers in both Charlton and Tottenham. This interest has intertwined with work at SEW, feeding into current mixed-use projects and the recent Re-Working London exhibition.

 

One of Caitlin’s most prominent projects at SEW has been The Landing, a masterplan for Maidenhead Town Centre consisting of 500 new homes, retail space and a speculative office building. Caitlin is now focusing on Faraday Works, a mixed use residential and industrial masterplan for 500 new homes in Charlton, which sees the refurbishment of a number of buildings which used to form part of the Siemen’s Telegraph Works. This project is located on a site adjacent to that of her final year project, bringing together academic and professional thoughts.

 

Before joining SEW, Caitlin worked at Farrells, having graduated from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 2012. Her time as a Part I Architectural Assistant saw her involved in projects of a variety of scales; from large masterplans such as the Paramount Pictures Resort, to individual building projects including a 26 storey residential tower in Old Street, London which she saw through to completion on site.