Panel

  • Adriana Bonilla Barragan

    Adriana Bonilla Barragan

    MSc UD-Arq-Part II (ARB, RIBA exemption)

    Thrive Architects

    Adriana is an urban designer with a background in architecture. She has over 25 years of experience delivering design quality through masterplans and urban design projects of various scales and complexity. Adriana’s work involves creating compelling development visions and masterplans that can become successful places that benefit all. She believes in the value of good quality holistic design that can only be achieved through collaboration, a robust understanding of context and the economic and development process.

    Density, Housing, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Úna Breathnach Hifearnáin

    Úna Breathnach Hifearnáin

    PgC PP, BArch, BA(Hons), BA Int Arch, ARB, RIBA, CMLI

    McGregor Coxall

    Úna is a RIBA chartered architect and a CMLI chartered landscape architect with 12 years of post qualification experience in the built environment sector. Úna has worked as an interdisciplinary professional in McGregor Coxall for five years specialising in Urban design, Masterplanning, Biourbanism and Landscape architecture. She has led a number of Bristol based projects including East Street Placemaking, Redcliffe Way, Haymarket and Quakers Friars with a keen focus on placemaking and integration of climate resilient solutions that bring people closer to nature.

    Climate, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Matt Brown

    Matt Brown

    BA (Hons), MArch, ARB

    Bristol City Council

    Matt Brown is an Architect and Development Manager with a history of working across art, architecture, planning, development, and urban design. He currently works in the public sector as a Development Manager in Bristol City Council's Housing Delivery Team. He has previously worked for Croydon Council, East, public works, Alex Schweder, and Freehaus, and is skilled in design, fabrication, development management, teaching, and policy development.

    Housing, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Alison Caldwell

    Alison Caldwell

    CEng, MICE, MEng (hons)

    Phil Jones Associates

    Alison is a champion of integration of water within new development, passionately advocating for acceptance of water as an asset, and striving to ensure new development is climate resilient. She has extensive experience in flood risk and water management (surface, foul and supply), green/blue infrastructure, climate analysis and resilience and hydraulic modelling; working on all elements of project delivery, from feasibility to construction, in both private and public sectors at strategic, regional and local scales.

    Climate, Landscape, Strategic Development, Water

  • Sophie Camburn

    Sophie Camburn

    MA(Cantab) MSc RIBA FRSA

    Arup

    Sophie is an architect and masterplanner with over 20 years’ experience. She leads Arup’s Integrated City Planning and Placemaking services in the west of the UK, with a focus on complex, multi-disciplinary projects for government, private and public-sector clients. Sophie’s work involves creating outcomes that align with global agendas, including the UN Sustainable Development Goals, to deliver inclusive benefits for people and places. She is a passionate advocate of design excellence and collaborative working to tell simple and compelling stories that align with political agendas and infrastructure funding streams.

    Density, Housing, Strategic Development

  • Andrew Cameron

    Andrew Cameron

    MEng Architectural Eng, MSc Transport Planning Eng

    Andrew Cameron & Associates

    Andrew is an engineer with a background in transport, architectural engineering and urban design. He is passionate about how we can plan for low-carbon, active movement whilst at the same time creating great streets and enjoyable places. With 30 years’ experience he has contributed to many masterplanning and regeneration projects for villages, towns and cities in the United Kingdom and around the world. These include Poundbury in Dorchester, Derwenthorpe in York, Chicago Lakeside and the new town of Madinat Khalifa in Bahrain.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Simon Carne

    Simon Carne

    Dip Arch RIBA MRTPI

    Simon Carne Architect and Urban Design

    Simon is an architect, planner and urban designer. Architectural work includes residential, university and arts projects. Planning and urban design includes public realm street, parks and open spaces, as well as large scale master planning. Simon sits on, and occasionally chairs, design review and quality panels across the UK, reviewing projects of varied scales and typologies in cities, towns, villages and rural areas.

    Housing, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Ingrid Chauvet

    Ingrid Chauvet

    MIStructE BSc DUT

    RISE Structural Engineers

    Ingrid is a structural engineer with over 25 years’ experience. In 2010 she formed RISE and is involved in a large variety of projects from residential and industrial to public development. Ingrid has a wide range of expertise from developing new prefabrication timber frame processes to designing RC structures on steep sites or steel frames for large warehouses. She has also expanded to civil design including SUDS and treatment of phosphate within Ramsar areas. Ingrid is a mentor at Engine Shed, member of IStructE Climate Emergency Task Group, member of IStructE Business Practice and Regulatory Control Committee and member of Complex Buildings Hydrogen Advisory Group.

    People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Peter Clegg

    Peter Clegg

    MA (Cantab) MEnvD RIBA RDI RWA (Hons)

    Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

    Peter Clegg established Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Richard Feilden in 1978. Regarded as a pioneer in environmental design, he has 45 years' experience in low energy architecture and is active in research, design and education. Peter works primarily in the education and cultural sectors. He has chaired the RIBA National, International and Research Awards and the Design West Review Panel, holds a professorship at Bath University, and in 2010 was made a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI). He has been responsible for a wide range of projects at variety of scales from schools and theatres to university masterplans and large scale urban design projects including a new site in North Bristol for 6000 homes, schools and workplaces , and an urban extension to the city of Kigali.

    Climate, People & Place, Strategic Development