is an architectural historian and designer based in London. In her initial training as a designer at Goldsmiths, University of London, Emma developed an interest in critical spatial projects and architectural research. She subsequently undertook an MA in Architectural History at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, where she specialised in an exploration of narrative-led material research as an approach towards architectural history, theory and criticism.
With her interest in architecture originating from the inhabited domestic interior, Emma's research focuses on domestic space as a means to interrogate wider questions of identity, material culture, social practices and economic conditions.
Windowless Hotel Room
Materialities of Certainty
XV Show Identity
‘Self Storage: A Contemporary Archaeology of Domestic Interiority’
Interiority Journal, Vol. 2 No.1 (2019)
Publication launched during the 2018 MA Architectural History symposium at The Bartlett, UCL. Co-edited and designed with Stephannie Fell and Max Wisotsky. The online version of the publication can be read
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