Interior Architectural Designer
Emma joined KLH Architects in June 2017 after studying full time at Suffolk University where she achieved an Upper Second-Class degree with honours in Interior Architecture and Design. During her third year at university Emma was presented the RIBA Suffolk Design Award by Bryan Wybrow and Alan Wilkinson which led to an interview, followed by a career at KLH. Emma successfully applies all the skills gained to produce high quality work and is mainly involved with healthcare projects. She works in close liaison with the end users to gain full understanding of the project and what is required. Emma works successfully with Revit, AutoCAD modelling software and specialises in Photoshop and InDesign to produce high-quality images and graphics. Emma creates high end 3D interior visuals to illustrate the design which exceeds client’s expectations and requirements.