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Raheela Khan-Fitzgerald \

Raheela joined Hawkins\Brown after graduating from the Mackintosh School of Architecture. In her final year, she was awarded the GCC Charlie Cochrane Medal for Architecture for her thesis project which explored how social activity transforms public space.

Raheela is interested in the dynamic relationship between technology and environmental design. She believes every project should have a sustainable agenda. Since joining Hawkins\Brown, Raheela has been involved in the development of the Hawkins\Brown Emission Reduction Toolkit: H\B:ERT and is an active part of the Sustainability Group within the office.

Outside the office, Raheela enjoys printmaking and has broadened her practice to include zinc and copper etching learned during her experience in Florence as a Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross scholar.

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