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Yemi Aladerun – Associate
Yemi Aladerun graduated with a distinction from Kingston University in 2011, qualifying as an Architect in 2013. Her student projects featured in Blueprint Magazine, The Architectural Review and The Architect’s Journal.
Having worked at Mæ on a range of large-scale residential refurbishment and estate regeneration projects, Yemi joined BWA in July 2012 and was made an Associate in April 2015. To date, she has run a number of projects on site, including a Grade II listed stucco townhouse in Pimlico, a refurbishment and extension of a mid-19th century Georgian house within the Canonbury Conservation Area and a mixed use, part new-build, part conversion of a public house, in Wandsworth. She is currently working on the conversion of the former Arts Council building on Great Peter Street, Westminster, to provide 29 luxury apartments and a refurbishment and extension of a five-storey Mid-Victorian, terraced house within the Primrose Hill Conservation Area.
As an additional responsibility, Yemi is also very involved with PR and marketing.
Three things Yemi likes
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