Marie-Lise is an experienced architect, qualifying in 2010 from the University of Westminster, having achieved a distinction in 2008 in her diploma in Architecture.
Marie-Lise was made an associate at Nissen Richards Studio in 2014. She has worked as an Exhibition designer on exhibitions including at; the Wellcome collection, IWM North and the Science Museum. In addition she has been working on several residential projects, including the new build 9 Unit development on Creek Road in Greenwich and the sensitive refurbishement of a localy listed Victorian School building in Stoke Newington.
Marie Lise previously worked for Nicholas Hare Architects where she gained a broad experience within the educational and art sectors on new build and refurbishment projects. Amongst a wide range of projects were the award winning Bishop of Rochester Academy.
Marie-Lise’s research thesis laid in exploring the process behind overlooked trades, revealing them through precisely choreographed spatial design.