Hannah graduated from the University of Kent with a First Class honours degree in architecture, before studying her MA degree at the Royal College of Art. She completed work placements with V2W Architecture Agency (Brussels), LAVA (Stuttgart) and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (London).
Her recent research focuses on the insidious gender biases that are embedded in technology and impact our daily routines. She explores how architecture can be used as a tool to highlight and revise these biases.
Hannah won several awards for her work (The Built Environment Trust’s RCA Student Prize for Innovation 2018, KSA Undergraduate Prize for Written Work, Blue Riband Award 2018).
Articles about her work on gender biases have been published in architecture magazines such as Dezeen and Archdaily.
Her latest work was exhibited at The Building Centre (August 2018) and the Blueprint for the Future Exhibition (July 2018). She will be giving a talk about this topic at The Building Centre (London) on the 10th of October.