Women in Architecture are presenting a series of three events: Three Colours: Blue White Red. The second event White in October is in collaboration with the RIBA and Herman Miller and deals with in-between spaces and gender. We explore barriers, exchange, exploitation and their relationship to spaces and architecture
Kathryn Timmins, Senior Project Officer, Greater London Authority
Kathryn Timmins is a Senior Project Officer at the Greater London Authority at City Hall. As part of the regeneration team there she leads strategic regeneration projects, urban research and capital delivery. Kathryn is a qualified architect with previous experience at We Made That and Tate Harmer but is interesting in the role of design skills and collaboration in city making that sit outside of architectural practice.
Passionate about architectural education at all ages Kathryn runs workshops for to students from primary school to college level on careers in the built environment and architectural skills. As well as critting at architecture schools such as Central Saint Martins and the CASS she also teaches on the Making Cities module at the Bartlett school of Architecture, and co-leads an MA unit at Manchester School of Architecture with a focus on feminist architecture and designing for diversity.
Kathryn is also part of the Mayor of London’s Our Time cohort for 2019 which supports female future leaders.
Meet Kathryn and our three other talented speakers by joining us at the White event on October 10th. Register here.