Eleanor Howard appointed Architecture Foundation Projects Leader

The Architecture Foundation is pleased to announce today's appointment of Eleanor Howard to the newly-created post of Projects Leader. 

Howard joins the core team of Architecture Foundation staff including Ellis Woodman, Phineas Harper and Matea Vlaskalic who have been rebooting the charity's programme since Woodman took up the post of Director in Spring 2015. In the new role Howard will work across the AF's programme co-ordinating events, leading research and developing the AF's growing network of student members and volunteers.

She said: "The AF is forward thinking, active and does work that I think is important. I'm excited to be a part of it and look forward to our projects to come!"


Ellis Woodman, Director of the Architecture Foundation said "I am delighted that Ellie will be joining the Architecture Foundation at this exciting moment for the organisation. In her previous work she has proved herself to be extremely capable, ambitious and erudite. We look forward to developing the AF's diverse programme with her." 

Howard is co-founder of London based design collective OKRA and recently designed and managed the construction of a nursery school in Gambia, West Africa in collaboration with Orkidstudio. She completed her Professional Diploma in Architecture at The CASS where she ran a lecture series on the topic of humanitarianism and completed her RIBA part one studeis at Manchester University.