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Architectural Assistant


Georgia May Jaeckle is a Part II Architectural Assistant and researcher. She has a passion for the creation of generous and beautiful spaces, in which careful material and craft-based approaches to design can be holistically applied to make meaningful progress toward a post-carbon built environment. Through a number of years working in practice, she has gained a wide understanding of intricately detailed, practical construction and refurbishment projects across all RIBA phases, undertaking a critical design role on a range of projects, including lead designer for the Interpretation Space of the Turner Prize 2019.

Her work as an architectural researcher between ecology, geopolitics and spatial justice through writing, drawing and making, seeks to weave imbedded counter narratives of resistance and futurity. In which the archival reclamation, future rematriation and collective continuance of fractured landscapes might be collaboratively imagined, enlivening submerged perspectives and social ecologies toward environmentally just futures.


She holds a Masters in Architecture with distinction in dissertation from the Royal College of Art, for which she was the recipient of the Burberry Design Scholarship, and a First Class Honours Batchelors degree from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. 

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