Director of her own practice, Beth has worked on projects of all scales, public and private, around the world.
Educated in Australia, Beth graduated with first class Honours from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) where she later taught. She worked for several design practices in Australia managing a variety of projects including the City of Sydney Public Library.
In 2004 Beth joined the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, (OMA — Rem Koolhaas) in Rotterdam, where as an Associate she was responsible for projects in London (White City, BBC masterplan, Commonwealth Institute), Latvia (Riga Contemporary Art Museum, Riga Port City) and the Middle East (Al Faisaliah Riyadh, City in the Desert, Jebel Al Jais Mountain Resort). In 2009, after twelve years of professional experience, Beth joined as a partner at Point Supreme Architects in Athens, Greece. In 2011 sheBeth established her own practice, now based in London.
Her work has been extensively published and awarded in several international competitions including Europan 10 Norway and the Nordic Built Challenge Denmark. Beth has taught design and history & theory at several universities including: the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL), the University of Cambridge and the University of Syracuse.
The School of Architecture’s partnership with British Land provides a platform for testing the agency of architecture and gives students the opportunity to work with external partners and collaborators on projects that have real-world impact.
Beth is the founder of her own practice. The studio is interested in all scales and aspects of architectural production and research.