Rosemarie joined Bryden Wood in 2016. She uses her 30 years experience as an Architect to guide teams through technical design and construction stages; recently she has been involved with Great Western Studios, Mahle Powertrain, and Hendon Police Driving Academy. Rosemarie is also currently engaged in concept and feasibility stage work on large pharmaceutical projects.
Rosemarie's background is in multiple sectors including Education, Housing, and Civic buildings, with some award-winning projects in her portfolio. She has a particular interest use of parametric tools to input site constraints and design standards.
In 2016 Rosemarie completed a research paper examining the potential for an interface between BIM, GIS, and Town Planning, gaining a Certificate in Advanced Architectural Research from UCL. She contributes to debate about our digitally built future on the subject of e-regs, this year speaking at BIM Show Live and Digital Construction Week. She also stood as a national candidate in the RIBA council election.