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Colosseum Arches

Diana has been practicing architecture for a decade and specialises in classical and traditional architectural design. She has extensive experience working on a variety of project types including residential renovations, alterations, extensions, new builds, and additionally also has experience working on inner city regeneration schemes, new town masterplans, and speculative housing schemes through her past experience with ADAM Architecture. Currently, she is a qualified Architect in the state of Texas and New York and recently became a certified Passive House Designer. Her passion for architecture lies in working closely with her clients to create a vision and bring them to life.


In her academic training, Diana graduated from the University of Notre Dame in the U.S. where her studies specifically focused on Traditional Architecture and Urban Design. She lived in Rome in 2011 studying its impressive collection of classical buildings and extensive urban fabric. Her travels in Europe at that time inspired her to work in England following graduation where she lived for ten years until she relocated to New York City, where she resides today.

Professionally, Diana has previously sat on the committees for the American Institute of Architects UK Chapter, the Traditional Architecture Group, and The Paradigm Network.  She was also on the design review panel member for Urban Design London and remains an active member of The Architecture Club, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), Women in Property, International Network of Builders, Architects, and Urbanists (INTBAU), and The Georgian Group.

To see more details on Diana's professional background, click here for her full CV: Curriculum Vitae


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