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I'm an architect, designer, creative coder + educator based in London. Currently working freelance + in collaboration across architecture, installation + design projects, while teaching at the Bartlett.


Jessica In MAS (ETH) ARBV AIA MArch (RMIT) BPDArch(UMelb)

Originally from Melbourne Australia via Ithaca, Seoul and Zurich, Jessica is an Australian Architect with experience as both practitioner and university educator. Her design specialisations and interests lie in computation, interaction and fabrication methodologies for Architecture, with a particular emphasis on the expressive potential of technology as a means to explore bespoke design. She is currently pursuing her interests in drawing, robotics and machine learning for interactive design explorations.

A Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, she runs BSc Unit 9 with Chee-Kit Lai, and is also part of the MArch Design for Performance + Interaction teaching team for the Interactive Architecture Lab with Ruairi Glynn. Prior to joining the Bartlett she was a Designer at Heatherwick Studio, responsible for the Project Coordination and Production of the Google Campus in Mountain View and the Hudson Yards Vessel sculpture projects.

Before coming to the UK she was a Project Architect at Minifie van Schaik Architects, where she was responsible for the day-to-day running of several AIA award winning projects, including the Edithvale Wetlands Centre and the Wattle Avenue House. She also led design studios in the undergraduate school at RMIT Architecture in Melbourne.