Charlotte Jacques has joined Kettle Collective after graduating with distinction from the University of Edinburgh in Masters of Architecture.
Her passion for architecture began through exploration of the medium of photography, framing and capturing the built form in a variety of ways to uncover architectural ideas. Photography still plays a big role in her work in which she uses it to translate a sense of space in a project and reflect the surrounding context.
In her work, Charlotte is interested in how people interact with architecture, and how we can create architecture to have a positive impact on peoples lives, taking into consideration atmosphere, spatial value and materiality.
She was commissioned to complete project for the University of Edinburgh that analysed Spaces and Practices of Welcome for prospective students who visited the university for the first time. Charlotte was presented with an Edinburgh Award for the work that was carried out.