Cecilia studied Architecture at the London Metropolitan University, graduating with distinction in 1995.
Cecilia joined Alison Brooks Architects in 2018, bringing her wealth of senior level experience from a wide range of complex, large-scale projects in the cultural heritage, residential, masterplanning, hospitality, transport, retail and research sectors.
Most recently Cecilia worked at Hopkins Architects where she was the Associate Partner in charge of the design development and construction of the interior of the 69,000sqm refurbishment and extension of 100 Liverpool Street including full-scale mock-ups. She was also heavily involved in ‘The Pears Building’, the world-class laboratory research and write-up space for the UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation, patient hotel and new charity office at the Royal Free Hospital. Throughout her career, Cecilia has also worked for A.I.P Architects, Alvaro Siza Vieira, Arup Associates, David Chipperfield and Design Research Unit on prestigious schemes including Hong Kong Central Station, the upgrading of London Victoria Station and the CGAC Museum, Santiago de Compostela.