Stacey first came to Whitworth in 2013 as a Part I Architecture Student and returned, following the completion of her MArch degree at the University of Lincoln, to undertake the role of a Part II Architectural Assistant.

Since joining the practice, Stacey has further established her interest in historic and ecclesiastical restoration. In addition to the careful integration of contemporary materials, methods and designs into traditional or historic architecture. Stacey has worked on a diverse collection of projects, including listed buildings, new dwellings and house extensions, barn conversions and ecclesiastical buildings.

Stacey has recently qualified as an architect and is now chartered with the RIBA.

Stacey Cobbold, Architectural Assistant at Whitworth Stacey Cobbold

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