Throughout the LSA, Nancy used narrative to explain complex ideas through her manifesto ‘Wild Fidelity’ and her thesis project ‘The Conscious Homes of East Haringey’. Her work has been nominated for the RIBA Dissertation Presidents Medal, the AJ Student Award, and has been featured online and in print by Archisource.
She focuses on the conscious connections between people and their architecture and argues that this should be strengthened through further understanding of material behaviour and spatial construction. Her work acts as a speculative proposition for how we might affordably and sustainably provide homes and neighbourhoods for belonging, identity, safety, and growth.
Nancy completed her Part 1 at Central Saint Martins and has most recently worked at We Made That and Delve Architects. She hopes to develop her drawing skills to further speculate the conscious connection between humankind and the built environment.