Maggie LoProject Architect
Maggie has worked for Hopkins Architects since 2011, after completing her studies at the Universities of Bath and East London. She received a distinction for her thesis project on the modernisation of Chinese cities, and was invited to present her work at the Modern Asian Architecture Network conference in Seoul, Korea in 2011. Maggie became a Project Architect in 2017.
Maggie has developed particular expertise in both Education and Healthcare projects. This includes Phase 1 of the Institute in the Park for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, and the construction phase of the extension and refurbishment of the George Green Library for the University of Nottingham, which received the RIBA Regional and Sustainability awards in 2017.
More recently, Maggie worked on the concept and developed design stages for two projects at Highgate School in London: a Sixth Form centre, Theatre and Arts complex, and a Drama, Music and Sports facility. She also worked on the façade design of the Hurlingham Retail Park project, which includes high-quality residential units with retail and leisure situated on the bank of the River Thames in London. Maggie is currently working on several major mixed-use projects in Central London.
Maggie is a Part 3 Oral Examiner at the University of Westminster.