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Pippa McLeod-Brown
Architect

BA(Hons) | MArch | PGDip

Pippa has worked across a variety of large-scale construction projects and small-scale planning projects with the practice, as well as contributing to CZWG's Team Carbon group which works to develop more sustainable methodologies and practices.

Pippa has valuable on-site experience working on the delivery of Islington Square, the mixed-use development of a former London postal sorting office and has recently coordinated the planning submission for a ~100 bedroom student accommodation scheme in Stepney. 

Throughout her studies Pippa worked in microbiological laboratories and translated her findings to design applications in the built environment. She now shares her time between CZWG and the HBBE (Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment) at Newcastle University where she works at the intersection between research and practice by aligning the development of sustainable biotechnologies within construction contexts for practical implementation.

Pippa completed her undergraduate studies with first class honours and a Masters with distinction at Newcastle University where she developed methodologies for co-designing with microbiological matter. She has recently completed her Part III at Newcastle University with distinction.

Key Projects

Islington Square

Pippa McLeod-Brown
Architect

BA(Hons) | MArch | PGDip

 

Pippa has worked across a variety of large-scale construction projects and small-scale planning projects with the practice, as well as contributing to CZWG's Team Carbon group which works to develop more sustainable methodologies and practices.

Pippa has valuable on-site experience working on the delivery of Islington Square, the mixed-use development of a former London postal sorting office and has recently coordinated the planning submission for a ~100 bedroom student accommodation scheme in Stepney. 

Throughout her studies Pippa worked in microbiological laboratories and translated her findings to design applications in the built environment. She now shares her time between CZWG and the HBBE (Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment) at Newcastle University where she works at the intersection between research and practice by aligning the development of sustainable biotechnologies within construction contexts for practical implementation.

Pippa completed her undergraduate studies with first class honours and a Masters with distinction at Newcastle University where she developed methodologies for co-designing with microbiological matter. She has recently completed her Part III at Newcastle University with distinction.

 

Key Projects

Islington Square

 

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