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Elizabeth Flower

Elizabeth joined Haworth Tompkins in 2015, and has been actively involved in a number of the studio's housing, arts and education sector projects. She produced the studio’s research paper on modern methods of construction and is a member of the studio’s Human Resources working group. Having studied at the University of Manchester and Kingston School of Art, she qualified as an Architect in 2018, and became an Associate in 2021. Elizabeth has particular interest and experience in the adaptation and reuse of existing buildings and was nominated for the RIBA Dissertation Prize for her study into the legacy of Brutalist architecture.

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