BA (Hons), MArchbethany@hapticarchitects.com
Bethany studied her Masters in Architecture at The University of Greenwich, graduating with Distinction in 2020. She is currently working on the HS2 Euston Station project as a member of the Haptic and Grimshaw team. She has an interest in infrastructure projects having focused her university thesis around infrastructure and sustainability.
Bethany manages complexity and coordination within these large infrastructure projects that is beyond her years. She believes that infrastructure and buildings can make people happy, by creating enjoyable experiences within their day to day lives. Her focus is on circular economy, utilising longer-lasting materials, designing for disassembly and modern methods of construction, that have a positive impact on the cities of today.
Prior to joining Haptic, Bethany worked at TP Bennett as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant.