Jane is an architect and researcher at DSDHA. She has led numerous public realm projects such as the Royal Albert Hall and Manchester Square, and strategic visions for the Portman Estate and Berkeley Square. She has also co-authored research briefs and studies with Deborah Saunt, such as the ‘Highways and Footways Accessibility Guidelines’ for the Cross River Partnership, a guidance for designing inclusive public spaces beyond minimum accessibility standards. Together with Tom Greenall at DSDHA, Jane was awarded funding from the RIBA for a study on co-design processes, titled ‘Towards Spatial Justice: A guide for achieving meaningful participation in co-design processes’.
Jane teaches at the Bartlett School of Architecture as a co-lead for an undergraduate design studio (UG6) and a design tutor at the MA Historic and Urban Environments course. She studied at the AA and has previously worked for Barkow Leibinger in Berlin.