Emma Nsugbe

Project Architect

Following a Diploma degree at The Bartlett School, Emma first joined the practice in 1988. Emma is a project architect with particular experience in interior planning and architecture, working at both conceptual and detailed design stages.

 

Projects include Bracken House in The City of London, Glyndebourne Opera House East Sussex, the Gibbs Building at 215 Euston Road and refurbishment of 183, for The Wellcome Trust.

 

In 2008, Emma was responsible for the feasibility study and refurbishment proposals for the Mound Stand at Lord's Cricket Ground; an upgrade of hospitality and catering functions and an opportunity to increase the seating capacity of the stand.

 

Emma is currently co-ordinating the delivery and detail of the cladding of the UCLH Cancer Hospital project and has previous experience in the area of interior architecture with an emphasis on the implementation of DDA in building projects at both conceptual and detailed design stages.

 

Emma speaks and writes fluent English and French.