Anna Bamber graduated from the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University in 2002. She then worked for Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects in London designing schools and housing schemes, notably the award-winning St Thomas' CE Primary School and flats project that received a Homes & Communities Award 2010: Innovation and New Ventures. In 2005 she joined Cox Architecture in Melbourne Australia to work on international university and transport projects.
Anna returned to London in 2006 to work for Brady Mallalieu Architects, where she gained invaluable experience working on a number of exciting projects including the award-winning Phoenix Heights, Mastmaker Road, a residential and community development that received the London Evening Standard New Homes Award for Best new development in the Affordable Homes sector. Anna was the project architect on the interior fitout for the European Investment Bank Headquarters office and the Murphy's Group's Headquarter's office both in London.
Anna is half-Swedish, half-British, grew up on the French side of Brussels and speaks all three languages fluently. She loves to spend her Summer holidays on the south-west coast of Sweden with her family, from which she draws inspiration for her ongoing work in the UK.
Anna is a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and is registered with the Architects Registration Board.
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BSc [Hons] BArch ARB RIBA
Anna formed Bamber Miller Architects with her husband, architect Duncan Miller in 2010.