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Kate Cheyne

Kate Cheyne is the Deputy Head of School for Architecture and Planning with a portfolio in Learning and Teaching within the School of Architecture and Design. She studied architecture at Glasgow School of Art and then at the Bartlett, UCL, qualifying as an architect in 1998.

Kate’s research interests have developed out of her fifteen years in architectural practice leading on the use of prefabricated building systems combined with spatial and material innovation. Having worked in a diverse multi-disciplinary studio, from fashion designers to structural engineers and furniture makers to steel fabricators, she learnt the value of interdisciplinary thinking to evolving new design processes that can lead to alternative social and architectural propositions.