BuckleyGrayYeoman has announced the promotion of three members of staff: Natalie Spraggon, Eva-Katharina Barile, and Victoria Cooper. After celebrating its 20th anniversary last year, the practice continues to expand, boasting a team of over 75 people, with an impressive roster of international work including projects in Barcelona, Hamburg, London and Berlin.
Matt Yeoman, Director of BuckleyGrayYeoman said:
“BuckleyGrayYeoman’s aim has always been to avoid a predictable house style and instead put design at the forefront of everything we do, offering our clients a consultative process that responds to the unique demands and context of each brief. This approach demands talented, committed and intelligent designers. These promotions reflect the growth of our practice and reward the invaluable contribution each of these architects has made to the successful completion of many important projects.”
Natalie Spraggon: Senior Associate
Natalie was promoted from Associate to Senior Associate. Since joining BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2007, Natalie has been involved in projects of varying size and complexity, delivering both commercial and residential simultaneously, mostly within conservation areas of central London, and further afield. Natalie thrives on coordinating and delivering beautifully designed projects, even through the most difficult parameters.
Eva-Katharina Barile: Associate
Eva was promoted from Senior Architect to Associate. Since joining BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2014, Eva has worked on large commercial schemes in the City of London. Eva is passionate about delivering complex refurbishment projects with challenging client briefs, and to a high design standard. She is experienced in leading large teams to achieve interesting design results.
Victoria Cooper: Senior Architect
Victoria joined BuckleyGrayYeoman as Project Architect in late 2015, and was promoted to Senior Architect this March 2018. She is currently leading a multi-million pound mixed-use commercial project in the City of London which will provide prime retail and office space, a cafe and a new pedestrian street in the city. Victoria was nominated for the RIBAJ Rising Stage in 2016, an award recognising young architects in early stages of their careers.