Anna Lisa completed her part I at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and following a two-year period in industry, concluded her master’s studies at the RCA. She worked for multidisciplinary design practice HTA until joining dRMM in late 2017. Both her academic and professional work demonstrate an innate interest in community-based architecture and making a positive contribution to the built environment.
She has played an active role in the realisation of several live projects, from a sustainability focused live-work cooperative in rural Belgium, to the community build of anaerobic digesters, finding value in ‘meanwhile’ spaces in London. At dRMM, Anna Lisa is working on an infrastructure and public realm tender. Out of the studio she enjoys sourdough-baking, language-learning, and can be found rambling by day or dancing by night.