After graduating with an MA in architecture from the Royal College of Art, Megan worked in architecture offices and sustainable and inclusive design practices before joining the founding team of a start up, where she ended up leading a team of 30 writers in Berlin. She leads Projects Office’s community consultations and feasibility studies, developing bespoke strategies for each project. She specialises in communications and understands that storytelling and dialogue are key to creating richer spaces.
Projects Office produces innovative and considered work for public, private and commercial clients. Alongside residential projects, exhibition design and hospitality projects, our portfolio includes design for child and adolescent mental health services in Edinburgh, the masterplanning, refurbishment and extension of a complex of buildings in Yorkshire, and inventive office designs for ambitious start-ups in London. In 2018 we were shortlisted in the Dulwich Picture Gallery Pavilion competition.
With research, communications and branding expertise in house, we are able to provide a full design package: from community engagement and strategy, to architectural design and construction, to identities and communication. We work closely with clients and end users to understand their needs, refine briefs, identify unconventional solutions, and deliver beautiful spaces.
- – We embrace big ideas, even for small projects.
- – We’re fearlessly design-led and resolutely people focussed.
- – We make good work: good for places, good for people and good for the planet
- Wellcome Collection
- Dulwich Picture Gallery
- Ealing Council
- Design Musem
“I can’t recommend Projects Office highly enough. They were the first people we met that we felt would really help us build the office we wanted and that fitted our culture. The team love the new space!”