Team

Chrysoula Gergou

Chrysoula Gergou
Chrysoula joined us in Summer 2021 after qualifying as an architect in Greece in 2018. Since qualifying, she has gained experience in the UK, Greece and the Netherlands.

Olga Smoili

Olga Smoili
Olga joined MCMa in 2022 after completing her post-graduate qualifications from the University of Westminster (MArch).
Previously graduating from Cardiff University BSc (Hons).

Jessica Carrick

Jessica Carrick
Jessica joined us in 2022 having completed her BSc in Architecture and MArch at University College Dublin

Artemis Papachristou

Artemis Papachristou
Artemis qualified in 2016 and is a graduate of the University of Thessaly and the Bartlett School of Architecture, where she recently worked as a Teaching Assistant. Having previously worked in France, Greece and the USA, Artemis joined the team to work on education projects.

Imogen Campbell

Imogen Campbell
Imogen joined MCMa in April 2023 as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant after graduating from the University of Liverpool in July 2022.

Mair Evans

Mair Evans
Mair joined us in 2023 after completing her MArch at the London School of Architecture.
She gained experience across the sector working for three previous practices of varying sizes.

Sumaiyah Bashir

Sumaiyah Bashir
Sumaiyah joined the practice in the spring of 2024, having completed her RIBA Part I at the University of Liverpool, in 2022. She built a Zero Carbon Bamboo Pavilion alongside Architects Yasmeen Lari and Sumayya Vally, during 2022 with INTBAU. Sumaiyah previously worked at Article 25.

Soha Memon

Soha Memon

Weronika Mancewicz

Weronika Mancewicz
Weronika joined the practice in March 2020 after completing her Part I at Kingston University, later completing her MA at London Metropolitan University in Architecture in May 2023.
She has been working and running projects within the practice for over three years and has worked on a variety of residential projects.

Rupert Heasman

Rupert Heasman
Having worked at the practice since 2019, Rupert became a Certified Passivhaus Designer in 2022, qualifying as an architect through the Part 3 programme at UCL the year prior. Earlier studies were completed at both The University of Bath and Westminster, commencing in 2014. Primarily, his interests are in the science behind construction, including architectural tectonics, sustainability and digital fabrication specifically, with work published in Environmental Design Sourcebook: Innovative Ideas for a Sustainable Built Environment (RIBA Publishing, 2021). Rupert also holds a CSCS PQP card demonstrating site awareness and is looking to complete the WELL AP course soon.