Eira has lived and studied in four countries. Her heart is mutually entangled with the complexity of the city and the beauty of nature. Her architecture aims to merge the two, with the human individual at its core.
She graduated from the University of Westminster in 2015, before working eighteen months with EPR, developing designs for large residential projects in central London. During her time at the LSA, she had the privilege of working with Erect Architecture, combining architecture, play and nature. She worked on projects at various stages including a schoolyard, a church extension, public playgrounds, parks, and a small residential project during which she introduced the studio to BIM.
Eira’s thesis project explores frequencies and soundscapes and how people experiencing and participating in sound and movement can improve health and wellbeing both physically and mentally.