Carolyn graduated from the University of Bath in July 2016 and was awarded First Class Honours for her BSc in Architecture. Whilst at Bath she won the Basil Spence Prize in her final year for the design of a Museum of Maritime Navigation, situated in Portland Harbour. Her final, self-directed, project at university explored the concepts of beauty, ugliness and the uncanny in both human form and the built environment.
As part of her degree, Carolyn undertook two 6 month placement semesters. In 2014, she worked for Tonic Architecture, Bristol; gaining experience in both the conservation and contemporary adaptation of listed residential properties. Carolyn joined Designscape in 2015 for her second placement semester, taking part in a variety of projects at planning and pre-planning stages.
Carolyn returned to Designscape in August 2016, following the completion of
her degree. Her skillset centres on computer modelling and presentation
visualisations. Much of Carolyn’s work utilises BIM and 3D Vectorworks -
tools which have developed the rendered elements of her work whilst
facilitating a richness of spatial and geometric complexity in her
theoretical university projects which would otherwise be unmanageable.