Emily Crompton

Emily is now a lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture.  

Within URBED Emily contributed to urban design, architecture, and consultation workshop design and delivery.  Her project involvement included urban design and consultation delivery for a mixed used masterplan of 1000 houses in Icknield Port Loop, Birmingham for a JV between Birmingham Council, The Canal and River Trust and HCA; urban design and consultation delivery for sites in Ouseburn, Newcastle for Carillion Igloo; urban design and consultation delivery for a 30 ha site in Bradford for a JV between developer urbo and Bradford Council. She also worked on smaller projects including a feasibility study for Contact Theatre, for which they were awarded funding of £3.85 million; a shop fit out for a local coop shop - Village Greens; detailing work on whole-house-retrofits for Carbon Coop; and a feasibility study for a community centre in Manchester.

Emily joined URBED after graduating from Manchester School of Architecture, where she studied architecture both at undergraduate level and B.Arch, for which she gained a distinction. Whilst on the course her research focussed on community participation, alternative forms of architectural practice and architectural education. During her time at university she was an active member of the school and developed the skills to deliver successful community workshops, consultation sessions and various public exhibitions. She is interested in engaging the wider public about projects and architectural education in general.

 

Emily Crompton