Kinga joined Bryden Wood in 2016 having completed a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from The Cass at London Metropolitan University.
Throughout her studies, she has worked on various projects and scales. Simultaneously each project sought to provide creative environments, community cohesion and job opportunities. Her projects were well researched and thoughtful taking on both very current and challenging aspects of society. She is confident and able to articulate her rational and design proposals to external audiences presenting a mature and considered practice to her work.
Since joining Bryden Wood, Kinga became involved in Stand East project, a major new development in Stratford, London. As a part of the team, Kinga has been focusing on completing various small technical packages, producing visualisations and improving her software skills while demonstrating her ability to quickly and proficiently understand and absorb new information. Kinga was also briefly involved in a project for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), a new pharmaceutical facility in Montrose, Scotland for which she assisted project architects with design development.