Hi, I'm Anna.

A designer and educator working across a range of disciplines from art and  architecture to creative workshops, and public programmes.


My practice focuses on the intersection between learning and the built environment by engaging young people in the process of design through play and making. I work collaboratively in various social settings including schools, universities, museums, galleries and communities.


Whilst studying Interior and Spatial Design at the University of the Arts London, I developed an interest in linking Architecture to Education, and have since worked as a regular RIBA Learning volunteer assisting workshops at the Royal Institute of British Architects, and running  Archimake workshops for Key Stage 3 students at NBH School.


Commissioned by the South London Gallery, I was selected to co-design the Sunday Spot Play Space Commission. This winning project has also been nominated for the Best Live Project at the IE Velocity 2020. I then went on to curate the Little Architects Programme in collaboration with Suzhou Museum, and have successfully launched the programme in the same year. 

Currently, I am pursuing a master's degree in Education in Arts and Cultural Settings at King's College London, exploring the Impact of the Built Environment on Learning and Public Programming from Museum Educators' perspectives.


I hope you'll enjoy browsing my latest projects, get in touch for feedback or possible collaborations 😊