Rae Whittow-Williams

Critical Practice Tutor

Rae has over 10 years of practice experience across the realms of architecture, urbanism, research, planning and regeneration.

She completed Parts 1,2 and 3 at the Bartlett School of Architecture, receiving First Class Honours for her undergraduate work, and subsequently the Ambrose Poynter Prize upon graduation from the March course in 2010.

She holds a part-time teaching fellow role on the MArch Urban Design course at UCL. Rae has previously worked at PDP London, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Project Orange and MSA. At PDP London, she was the Head of Academic Engagement, and was solely responsible for establishing, developing and managing a programme of events and activities to strengthen the practice’s connections with academia and research. In 2016/17, Rae co-led the Design Think Tank Architectural Agency.