Eloise Rogers


Eloise studied for her BA in Architecture at the University of Brighton. After graduating in 2008 she returned to London where she pursued an interest in textiles through a series of short courses at the Chelsea College of Arts. This led to a seven-year career in pattern design and garment production.

In 2016 she returned to architecture and spent the past year working at Archadia Chartered Architects in South West London, where she worked on a series of special needs housing projects for people with disabilities. During this time she developed a greater understanding for the importance of health and well-being within spatial design. She is currently doing her practice placement at Studio Egret West and is excited to be a part of the LSA’s pioneering course.