Becky first joined the Kent office in 2014, and returned in 2019 to the London office after completing her Part 2 at Newcastle University, graduating with a distinction. During her studies, she was awarded the Napper Memorial Prize for exceptional performance.
Becky is interested in the social role of architecture, looking at spatial uses by those not often considered in design. She has explored the psychology of meditative spaces, learning environments for children with autism, public squares in the context of democracy, and theories of social integration and representation.
At Hollaway Becky has worked on a range of residential projects including Bay coastal apartments, Manor Barn, and Bakers Farmhouse. Her role in the London Studio includes supporting Tim Goode on projects including Newtown Works, and Len House.
In her spare time, Becky enjoys balancing her time between calm, creative pursuits and being a football hooligan.