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From the glimmer of an idea to the stroke of a pencil, the first turn of a door handle to the flickering of a smile across a face, at Marraum we bring more to your space – and take your story beyond its walls.

And we begin with you. Because at the heart of each architecture project – studio spaces, private loft conversions, commercial builds or building that dream home – are the people who use it.

They’re the yawns that stretch to eye-widening views in the morning. They’re the feet feeling cool concrete underfoot. They’re the eyes looking for inspiration at their desks. And the shoulders that hunker down in the evening. These are the people whose surroundings bring more to each and every experience.

With years of architecture and design experience in both Cornwall and further afield – paired with aesthetic drive, strong ethics and constant curiosity – we know how to make space work harder for you.So from beginning, middle and end – discover how you can bring your own story of space to life.

“Im interested in sensitive design that is responsive to the environment, the identity of a place and the users. During my time in practice, I’ve developed an interest in listening to people's experiences as a means of informing design.

Drawing, designing and making have always been things I’ve enjoyed and this led me to pursue a career in a creative industry. I believe good design can improve how we live and I wanted to be involved in the process so I studied architecture at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, where I gained both my BSc and MArch.

Working for practices in Cardiff and Bath, I’ve contributed to a number of projects spanning the residential and schools sector, including conservation projects within the UNESCO world heritage site. I have been living in Bristol for the last five years and gained my Part 3 qualification from the University of the West of England in 2020 before moving to Falmouth. 
I believe we have a duty to create sustainable architecture and I’m always keen to learn more about passive strategies and new technologies that can enable architecture to have a positive impact on the environment.”