Caitlin Bell


BArch (Hons), MArch, DipArch, ARB

Caitlin first worked at Alison Brooks Architects as a student in 2006. Her professional tenure began in 2021. Caitlin has since worked proactively on two international design competitions in Italy and Saudi Arabia, as well as the competition for the new LSE Firoz Lalji Global Hub. Working later on a large residential project in North West Cambridge, Caitlin put together a successful planning submission. Caitlin was responsible for coordinating and issuing drawing sets for construction on the flagship project Cadence, Kings Cross in London. Caitlin has also worked at stage 4 on the new Homerton College, Cambridge entrance building and Porters’ lodge.

Caitlin worked in Toronto for several years where she observed a young city develop a growing skyline. Working there, Caitlin established an understanding of extreme climates and the importance of creative detailing in buildings.

At Alison Brooks Architects, Caitlin strives to design inclusive playful environments where people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities enjoy their time and get closer to nature, growing in unison.