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Viviana Magnarin
Associate

BArch | DipArch | RIBA

Viviana works within and has lead large teams in both public and private sectors. She is a proficient Revit user and is well experienced in dealing with the challenges of being a Lead Consultant on large projects delivered in BIM.

She is particularly interested in modern methods of construction and designing for the delivery of high-density residential schemes using volumetric modular construction. She recently gained extensive experience working with Berkeley Homes' modular department to successfully secure planning approval for Phase 3 & 5 of Berkeley's Homes acclaimed Kidbrooke Village regeneration development.

She is currently working as a project architect on the delivery of 16 buildings (four retained and two listed) on the Jewellery Quarter development in Birmingham for Galliard. She was project architect for Wembley Park Gate, a 15 storey residential development next to Wembley Stadium’s landmark arch in the London Borough of Brent and for Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) at Old Oak Common. She was a key member on the delivery team for Queensland Terrace, 375 homes built as part of the Arsenal masterplan to deliver regeneration to the area surrounding the new stadium. Prior to joining the practice, Viviana worked in Italy designing and delivering several public spaces projects and retail-led mixed-use developments.

Viviana has responsibility for ensuring the practice keeps up to date on current Government Advice concerning Fire Safety and recent changes to legislation and industry standards. She also takes an active role in the annual FLUID and RIBA student mentoring programmes which aim to provide opportunities for architectural students to meet with practitioners committed to the future of the profession, and to discuss the role and work of architects today. Viviana studied architecture at the University of Venice and University of Trieste.

Viviana Magnarin
Associate

BArch | DipArch | RIBA

 

Viviana works within and has lead large teams in both public and private sectors. She is a proficient Revit user and is well experienced in dealing with the challenges of being a Lead Consultant on large projects delivered in BIM.

She is particularly interested in modern methods of construction and designing for the delivery of high-density residential schemes using volumetric modular construction. She recently gained extensive experience working with Berkeley Homes' modular department to successfully secure planning approval for Phase 3 & 5 of Berkeley's Homes acclaimed Kidbrooke Village regeneration development.

She is currently working as a project architect on the delivery of 16 buildings (four retained and two listed) on the Jewellery Quarter development in Birmingham for Galliard. She was project architect for Wembley Park Gate, a 15 storey residential development next to Wembley Stadium’s landmark arch in the London Borough of Brent and for Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) at Old Oak Common. She was a key member on the delivery team for Queensland Terrace, 375 homes built as part of the Arsenal masterplan to deliver regeneration to the area surrounding the new stadium. Prior to joining the practice, Viviana worked in Italy designing and delivering several public spaces projects and retail-led mixed-use developments.

Viviana has responsibility for ensuring the practice keeps up to date on current Government Advice concerning Fire Safety and recent changes to legislation and industry standards. She also takes an active role in the annual FLUID and RIBA student mentoring programmes which aim to provide opportunities for architectural students to meet with practitioners committed to the future of the profession, and to discuss the role and work of architects today. Viviana studied architecture at the University of Venice and University of Trieste.

 

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