Maxine Pringle BSc Arch (Hons) MArch/Dip Arch (UCL) RIBA ARB
Maxine graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture in September 2010 where she studied both her Part 1 and Part 2. There she specialised in the relationship between fashion and architecture, using performance and 1:1 installations as a way to explore this field.
Maxine worked for Will Alsop since 2006 in between her studies. In her year out at SMC Alsop she worked on the RIBA regional award winning Michael Faraday Primary school from concept stage to detailed design.
Maxine also teaches a Design Think Tank (DDT) at the London School of Architecture (LSA). The DTTs are a research based group module as part of the 1st year of the postgraduate architecture course at the LSA. The output is a design solution that focus’ on how architecture can help solve or improve pressing global issues we face in the world today.
Within the studio Maxine specialises in running residential development projects. She has worked on a range of projects from the award winning Heliport Heights to smaller scale structures such as Neuron Pod.
Maxine is an enthusiastic and creative individual with an eye for colour. She is driven by a desire to design with an element of the unusual, to bring a sense of surprise and delight to all that experience her work without compromising efficiency and function.