Abigail is a leading
masterplanner in the UK. She brings this expertise into the early strategy
stages of most of the studio’s masterplanning and complex urban renewal
projects around the city fringes. She is currently leading two large-scale, mixed-use masterplans in the London
Borough of Haringey; Broadwater Farm Estate and Selby Centre Urban Village.
Abigail studied architecture at the University of Sheffield and gained a secondary masters from the London School of Economics in urbanism and development. She continues to lecture at both the Architectural Association and the London Metropolitan University.
Abigail has integral involvement in the studio’s research activities and publications including ‘Public Housing Works’ and ‘Social Housing: Definitions and Design Exemplars’ which she co-authored with Paul Karakusevic. She also co-led the RIBA funded research piece ‘Revolutionary Low Rise’ with Mike Althorpe - a study exploring lessons for London’s growth through low-rise high-density case studies in the UK, USA and Europe.