Brick facade line drawing for the Beaney Institute, Canterbury (2007)
Old renders revisited
3D design development with a residential client
Glazed brick samples for a residential fit-out project with Southstudio.
Southstudio’s Wembley French International School in the Evening Standard
Villa Cubica - Competition submission for a luxury residence in Marbella, Spain, by Southstudio, 2014 (Concept Design: Southstudio, 3D Model: Federico Schramm, 2D line drawings: Elena Iriondo, Layout/Final Graphics: Uli Kraeling)
Proposal for conversion of a NW London office space into residential by Southstudio (invited competition - winner)
On site with a loft extension in North London
One of the biggest pleasures I derive from architecture is seeing end-users enjoy a building and the certainty to have designed something that is fit for purpose and functions well for its occupants – to me this is the hallmark of truly sustainable architecture.
I thrive on finding simple, effective and surprising design solutions for how elements can fit together at small and large scale: from joints, connection details, to people, spaces, buildings and cities.
I have a successful track record of gaining clients’ trust and respect for being extremely creative but equally possessing an eye for technical and practical detail. To me an architect’s role is to surprise and propose
solutions that are outside of the expected.
Stages of 3d design development of a shelving wall with a residential client
Floor lamp from ready-made & found objects by Uli Kraeling
Brochures for Schools Collective (Developing Projects, Mills Power & Southstudio)
Design for a single storey rear extension
Emo Princess - Illustration study for and alternative fashion project
A new school project with Southstudio…