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Elizabeth Flower

Elizabeth joined Haworth Tompkins in 2015. She has been actively involved in a number of the studio's housing projects. Elizabeth studied Part I Architecture at the University of Manchester and Part II at Kingston, where she was nominated for the RIBA Dissertation Prize for her study into the legacy of Brutalist architecture, entitled ‘Icons and Monstrosities: The success and failure of post-war social housing’. Elizabeth passed her PIII in 2018 and is currently involved in the CPD programme and in collating research from the yearly study trip.

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