Bea has worked in international development since 2004 and has a passionate commitment for creating health and educational facilities in underprivileged communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America. She is experienced in the use of native materials and construction techniques to build low-cost, sustainable buildings and infrastructure. She also has a strong interest in the power of architecture and construction as levers capable of transforming the economic and social viability of local communities.
Company description: Article 25 is an architecture charity based in London. We use design to improve health, livelihood and resilience to disasters. We are driven by Article 25 of United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states that everyone has the right to adequate and dignified shelter. Our vision is of a world where all communities have access to better housing, safe school buildings and effective clinics and hospitals, and we provide the skills and knowledge needed to make this a reality.