Natasha Blows

I believe we have a duty to protect both the past and future by integrating conservation and environmental design into our work.”

Natasha has been a member of the Education studio since joining Jestico+Whiles in 2021. After qualifying as an architect in 2023, she has been working on several refurbishment projects, combining her knowledge of schools with her interest in conservation.

Natasha has worked across all RIBA work stages on a range of projects, from public and private schools to universities. She recently worked on a feasibility study for the restoration and refurbishment of a Grade II* listed school.

Alongside organising the new starters presentation programme and volunteering with work experience students, Tasha has the incredibly important job of organising the magnetic practice calendar in the central space in the office. She is awaiting her OBE for taking on this responsibility.

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