After completing a master’s course at Manchester School of Architecture and École Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris, Emilia joined Purcell in 2017. Passionate about working with the architecture of cultural significance, she strongly believes it can add value to communities, develop the identity of the place. Her master thesis project explores ways of curating historic artefacts of the Scottish Highlands within their landscape, to create informed public spaces.
Prior to joining the company, Emilia has worked on small scale residential housing conversions and coordinated live student projects at a virtual reality solutions company. She enjoys active traveling and listening to jazz while baking.