Clementine is currently the Director of Project Lacey Green and the associated AA Visiting School. She completed her masters in architecture at the Royal College of Art in 2015, where her final design thesis was awarded a Distinction, a Sustain RCA award, and was High Commended in the Helen Hamlyn Design awards. Having been on the winning team of the RCA’s Live Project competition in 2013, she also recently delivered ‘Wembley Windows’ – a new piece of interactive street furniture commissioned by Brent Council. In 2010 she won a scholarship to the Architectural Association, where she gained her RIBA Part 1 qualification. She spent the previous year living in Hale County, Alabama, as part of the three-person team that designed and built the 9th iteration of Rural Studio’s $20,000 House, which was exhibited at MOMA as part of the exhibition ‘Small Scale, Big Change‘. Prior to studying architecture she completed a BFA at the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University, graduating in 2007 with first-class honours and the Laurence Binyon Prize. Clem’s professional experiences include working for the film-maker Michael Winterbottom, art quarterly Cabinet Magazine, David Chipperfield Architects, and the sculptor Antony Gormley. She was born, raised, and currently lives in London – where she works for Duggan Morris Architects.