Urban Designer
Lydia joined DSDHA in 2020 after completing her Part II studies at Central Saint Martins. Her thesis project explored how meanwhile use can inform long term change, aiming to redefine a large infrastructure, such as the public transport system, as a catalyst for civic uses in local public space.

Since joining DSDHA, she has worked on a variety of projects specialising in strategic public realm visioning, including projects around Berkeley Square and Green Park. Lydia is also involved in local stakeholder engagement, networking and co-design research for the landscaping at the British Library Extension, Essential Exchange in Vauxhall and the RIBA Research Fund 2021.

Lydia was also a collaborator of ‘Reclaim Public Space’ and ‘Public Studio’ with Central Saint Martins, coordinating and co-designing interventions with local stakeholders in order to create connectedness in the public realm.
  1. British Library Extension
  2. Green Park & Piccadilly Gateway Public Realm