People / Emily Pallot
Since joining Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt in 2011, Emily has contributed to and led a wide range of complex, high value and award-winning projects. In the summer of 2018 she was selected to lead the practice’s newly opened London studio, where she manages a team delivering large-scale mixed-use schemes in London and the South East.
Her focus is on designing and delivering high value residential and commercial projects, with a particular focus on urban regeneration. Current projects include Plevna Crescent, a 72-unit residential scheme in Haringey, which is set within a Site for Interest and is a Nature Conservation of challenging topography.
Part of Emily’s role involves leading research projects, including recent pieces on the Private Rental Sector and Modern Methods of Construction (MMC).
She is passionate about enhancing architectural education and bridging the gap between theory and practice. Since the opening of The University of Reading’s School of Architecture in 2016, she has structured and taught in the ‘Industry and Practice Module’.
Emily consistently represents the practice at conferences and events and was selected as a UK Construction Week Role Model and RIBAJ Rising Star in 2018. She speaks on a number of panels across the industry.