Katherine Hegab

Katherine received a BSc Degree from the Bartlett in 2008 and joined UCL’s Dean’s List for achieving Distinction in Design following her MArch Diploma in June 2012.

Katherine worked for Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners between 2008 and 2010 where she worked on projects including a landmark building in Monte Carlo, two transport interchanges in Naples, and the British Museum extension.

In 2007, Katherine was awarded The Henry Herbert Bartlett Travel Scholarship and the UCL Expeditions & Travel Grant to conduct a construction project in Kampala. She has since designed concepts for a community center in Nairobi and a football academy in Lilongwe. In 2010, Katherine worked for UN-HABITAT in Nairobi and represented the UN on a mission to Ethiopia to document the government’s Condominium Housing Programme.

Katherine joined Niall McLaughlin Architects in 2012.