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Catherine Wilson

DipArch RIBA

Catherine joined Corrigan + Soundy + Kilaiditi Architects in 2008 after graduating from the University of Nottingham (MArch) with distinction. She qualified as an Architect in 2010, becoming an Associate in 2016.

In 2012, Catherine gained a place on the Leonardo da Vinci Programme working as an Architect for Studio Gris Dainese in Padova, Italy, where she developed an interest in highly tailored interior design.

Catherine has delivered a number of key projects at CSK Architects such as the award winning remodelling and extension of 1930s Art Deco House, Old San Juan.

More recently, Catherine has led the delivery of a new visitor entrance and offices for the senior management team at New Schools, Eton College and is currently Project Architect for 110 Marylebone High Street, a significant mixed use development in the heart of London for the Howard-de-Walden Estate.

Outside of the practice Catherine is actively involved in RIBA South, and will represent the RIBA South Jury for the 2019 awards. Catherine is also an RIBA Student Mentor at the University of Reading and has trained as an Architectural Ambassador for the RIBA.

Catherine is committed to creating thought provoking and well-crafted architecture. The Slow Movement is a term describing efforts worldwide which aim to counteract the fast, unbalanced, and impersonal nature of much of modern culture and create greater connection to each other and our environment. Slow Architecture encourages experience, craftsmanship, the unique, local, natural and sensory.


I really believe that architecture can enrich lives and make a difference to those who use and engage with it. I am a champion of the Slow Architecture movement, helping to inspire others to rethink current architectural approaches.