Emma Dalton

Project Architect, Student Mentor

Working for the Project Office since 2009 as a project architect and student mentor, Emma provides general architectural services with a particular focus on project delivery, contract administration and overseeing works on site.

Educated at the Universities of Plymouth, Oxford Brookes and Kingston, Emma has worked for a range of private practices in Cornwall, Berkshire and Hampshire. Her broad range of project experience includes large commercial mixed use developments, large scale residential, retail, offices, community buildings, listed building and conservation work, private one-off houses and domestic extensions.

In 2007, Emma established Travers & Dalton LLP, a small practice providing full architectural services to the private housing sector.

To compliment the rigours of practice, Emma joined the professional practice team at the School of Architecture in 2009. On a pro-rata basis, as well as working for the Project Office, Emma’s teaching commitments include postgraduate/Masters teaching in Professional Practice (Part 3), co-ordination of Year 4 events (Post Part 1 students in practice), and running an undergraduate design studio. Emma is also a Part 3 Professional Examiner and a member of APSAA (Association of Professional Studies Advisors in Architecture).

With a background in both commercial and private practice, and a hands-on approach to learning, Emma has a particular interest in live projects and the unique learning and teaching opportunities they provide.

Emma is passionate about the challenges that our planet faces and as well as keeping chickens, Emma has ambitions to lead an International live project in the developing world.