Anne-Laure Carruth

Anne-Laure Carruth qualified as a RIBA part II architect after graduating with an MA from the Royal College of Art. She has since gone on to become a Design London Fellow at Imperial College London Business School.

Her past collaborative work has won various prizes that recognise the quality of her multidisciplinary research and skills. At the RCA she specialised in the use of textiles in architecture, collaborating with textiles designers to create large scale installations for interior and exterior applications.

Now her combination of architectural and artistic skills are used to focus on various sustainable design projects; from the open-sourced web platform 'WEFAB' to a community scale biogas project in central London.

Her ambition is to work in multidisciplinary teams, on inspiring projects that tackle the fundamental issues of social and environmental change in the future.