Mosedale Gillatt are pleased to welcome our newest member of staff Becky Smith. Becky has joined us as a Part I Architectural Assistant for her second year out and has already settled into the team well. Becky is working on a variety of projects from feasibility through to work on site and we hope that the experience she gets here will support her well in her architectural career.

Meet Becky…

Why Mosedale Gillatt?

I was particularly drawn to Mosedale Gillatt due to the clear community drive that is obvious in much of the work produced; There is a real emphasis on the detail in a design which is the pinnacle of a great piece of architecture.  I am looking forward to working on existing schemes as there are many constraints to those projects, making the design a challenge which I find enjoyable.

What did you want to be when you were growing up?

When I was a child I would have said I wanted to be a Crime Scene Detective, but that’s primarily because I idolised Caroline Quentin in Blue Murder; and was naïve enough to think the job role would be exactly like a TV Crime Drama.

My real love for Architecture arose as I begin to travel to more exotic places with my family in my early teens, with my key memory being St Petersburg in Russia, which I then realised how much of an impact great buildings can have on a city. I’ve also always had a real clichéd love for Lego and having a nosey around new housing development show homes.

Do you have any hobbies?

I’m a lover of independent coffee shops and artisan bakeries, so spend many weekends trying out new venues.

In the summer I like to spend weekends camping when possible, ideally somewhere near a small village with one local pub and zero phone signal for absolute authenticity.

Describe yourself in three words

Happy, Hungry + Northern!