MA (Cantab), MArch, ARB, RIBA
Pippa joined Rodić Davidson Architects in 2014 after completing her Masters at the University of Nottingham. Prior to this, she graduated with a first in Architecture from Pembroke College, Cambridge. She qualified as an Architect from the University of Westminster in 2016 with a distinction.
Pippa has a particular interest in the historic built environment, having previously worked for Purcell. She has since undertaken further training in conservation architecture and is an accredited Conservation Registrant with RIBA and a member of SPAB (the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings).
Pippa takes an active interest in the wider architectural profession; participating in the Architects Financial Management Group and attending Women in Property events. She is also currently editing a book on law and architecture, due to be published in 2019.
Her current projects at Rodic Davidson include the refurbishment and amalgamation of two apartments within a Grade I listed building by Regent’s Park and numerous projects in Cambridge for a design-led developer.