Faye graduated from the University of Liverpool School of Architecture and London Metropolitan University.
Blurring the lines between traditional architecture and interior design, she takes a holistic approach to the design, delivery and detailing of interiors, carefully considering and connecting all elements of a project, from exterior components through to bespoke furniture.
In her work for the practice Faye enjoys working on a broad mix of interesting projects from a variety of different sectors, including the interior design of Uncommon High Holborn, a flexible workspace that incorporates wellness, hospitality, leisure and retail spaces, which she is currently working on.
As a key driver to her design ethos, Faye believes that materiality is essential to creating spaces that people enjoy and feel connected to. She can often be found researching new, innovative, and environmentally sustainable materials and has a keen eye for the latest developments in architecture and design.
Faye is co-founder of MARGIN, a small collective of architects and designers designing small scale projects that focus on advertising community, social or educational topics. MARGIN won the RIBA Constructing Communities competition for social interventions, designed to help integrate refugees relocating to the UK.