Celia is an architect based at Pattern's Edinburgh studio.
ArchitectBSc MA (Hons) MArch ARB
Since joining Pattern, Celia has been working on the complex aquatics centre, one of the principal venues for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. As a Spanish speaker, Celia is involved in technical design and coordination, liaising directly with the client. She is currently assisting in the construction and delivery of detailed information for the project. Prior to Pattern, Celia worked in local practices in Edinburgh on several projects throughout Scotland, assisting with everything from the preliminary design stages of projects to the production of detailed design information. She is an architect with experience across a wide range of sectors including commercial, retail, interior design, as well as refurbishment and rebranding projects throughout the UK.
Celia is an architect and quantity surveyor. She obtained her Masters at IE University in Spain. She also studied at the Bauhaus-University of Weimar in Germany for two years. Before moving to the UK, Celia worked as a quantity surveyor in Madrid in both the private and public sectors. Since 2012, Celia has worked as dedicated architect on residential and commercial projects.