Loretta Gentilini

Dip. Arch (Hons), ARB

Loretta is an associate with a range of skills and experience in architectural practices in the UK, Italy and Germany. Loretta qualified at the University of Florence and her work experience started with a competition in Venice with Studio Tamassociati. Her expertise is the public sector, with a focus on education and community infrastructure. Loretta is interested in maximizing resources through good design; she sees close co-operation with clients essential to achieve buildings that are value for money and a source of pleasure to users throughout their lifespan.

In 2015 she joined Maccreanor Lavington becoming an essential part of the education team and running refurbishment projects and feasibility studies for Camden schools.  She has coordinated a proposal for urban brownfield sites promoted by the Royal Academy and led the design of a new refectory building at Ibstock Place School, Roehampton. More recently, she has developed the design of health and community buildings within a large residential scheme in Lewisham. Within the practice, she pursues the development of the independent education and later living sectors.