Prisca Thielmann

Associate Director
Dip. Arch, Dip. Ing (Arch)

Prisca has played a pivotal role in shaping and growing the studio. She has worked on projects of all scales, encompassing large strategic regeneration masterplans, residential projects of varying sizes and smaller very specific responses to tight urban sites and historic environment.

She has led many significant projects, not least the Stirling Prize winning Accordia in Cambridge, the 2014 RIBA National Award winning Saxon Court and Roseberry Mansions in the King’s Cross Central redevelopment and Dujardin Mews, also recipient of a RIBA National Award in 2017, delivering the first council houses to be built in the London Borough of Enfield in 40 years.

Prisca teaches at The University of Cambridge and has been a regular critic at Kingston University and London Metropolitan University. In 2007/08 she was the Rome Prize award holder at the British School in Rome. Prisca sits on Design Review Panels for the London Borough of Croydon, London Borough of Wandsworth and the Greater Cambridge Design Review Panel.