Ayesha joined Alison Brooks Architects in 2015, and has worked on the planning and tender stages of several large residential and mixed-use developments including East Parkside at Greenwich Pensinsula, and S5 and Ashley Road East for Argent Related. She has been part of the S5 team from the outset, developing the competition concept design, and seeing the project through to submission of the planning and employer’s requirement packages. In her role as project deputy she managed consultant and supplier relationships to coordinate delivery of the ER package. Ayesha is currently project architect, leading a small team for a new private home in Hampstead. Her communication, project management, design and technical skills have enabled the smooth development of a rich architectural project on a complex site.
She has lead a team of BIM champions in the utilisation of BIM across the office and has been influential in establishing office wide Revit standards and procedures. Ayesha is also part of ABA’s sustainability task force, championing sustainable design practices across studio projects.
Gaining qualifications from the University of Sheffield in 2011 and from The Cass at London Metropolitan in 2015, her thesis project ‘The Accidental City’ re-imagines a part of South London currently undergoing significant urbanisation. Rejoicing in London’s inconsistency, variety, unintended complexity and contrast, and the unexpected richness this creates, her project explores how buildings become part of the city around them. Ayesha gained her RIBA Part III from the University of Westminster in 2017.