Charlotte Ward

Part II Architectural Assistant

I believe in using architecture as a tool to create spaces that resonate with people and foster community bonds.”

From an early age, I found myself drawn to architecture, captivated by its unique intersection between science and art. Even now, I find the mix of technical and artistic aspects in architecture to be a great source of inspiration.

What also fuels my passion for architecture is its profound impact on social communities. Public spaces, accessibility, and community-led design participation are key elements that inspire my architectural endeavours.

In my spare time, I'm a huge fan of drawing and art. Keeping a regular sketchbook is a practice I hold dear, using it as a canvas to explore my thoughts and ideas. My love for observational sketching, especially urban sketching of buildings, allows me to connect with the essence of the spaces I encounter.

My commitment to artistic expression was recognised at the University of Kent, where I won the Fine Art Awards in both 2014 and 2018 for the best overall portfolio.