Alison Crawshaw is a registered architect and set up her studio in 2014 after ten years in practice in London and New York. Alison pursues a design led and interdisciplinary approach to architecture through a portfolio that includes installations, buildings, landscapes and urban design projects. Alison has extensive experience in the design and delivery of public space and urban strategy and a thorough understanding of arts practice and institutions having collaborated with many contemporary artists and leading galleries. Alison has tutored at a number of architecture schools including Cambridge University, the Architectural Association, the Royal College of Art, London and the Bauhaus in Dessau. She was Rome Scholar in Architecture, exhibitor in the international section of the Venice Biennale and was shortlisted for Harvard University’s Wheelwright Prize. She has exhibited and lectured internationally. Previously, she worked at muf architecture/ art where she was project architect of Barking Town Square, winner of the European Prize for Urban Space. She currently sits on the Conservation and Design Advisory Panel for Tower Hamlets. 

Company registration: Alison Crawshaw Ltd