Rae Whittow-Williams

Senior project officer

GLA

Biography

Rae is a qualified architect with over ten years of practice experience across the realms of architecture, urbanism, research, planning and regeneration, giving her first hand knowledge of the challenges that face contemporary urban development.

In 2014 she contributed to the AHRC funded Equalities of Wellbeing UCL/ Aberdeen research project, and for the last two years has co-led a Design Think Tank for the London School of Architecture and taught on the Bartlett’s MArch UD course.

Her research interests are focused on the design of space at multiple scales, and how this can evolve within the complex contexts and mechanisms of 21st century society to influence urban environments and new modes of architectural development, strategy and typology.

She is currently working for the GLA’s Regeneration and Economic Development team on the Good Growth by Design programme, developing research around commissioning quality in the built environment, and is Panel Manager of the Mayor’s ADUP framework.

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