Neba Sere joins AF Young Trustees board

WUH Architecture co-founder, Neba Sere appointed as a young trustee of the Architecture Foundation

The Architecture Foundation is delighted to annouce that Neba Sere is joining the board of young trustees, a team of young practicioners who are a core component of the Foundation's governance and lead the AF's network of volunteers.

Neba is an architectural designer and graduate of Central Saint Martins. She previously worked at Studio Weave and is now a co-founder of WUH Architecture, a young and dynamic design practice that seeks to create interactive and socially-engaged art and architecture installations.

Neba is passionate about the intersection of building with community involvement and is currently working as a community engagement coordinator at Citymine(d) and Roman Road Trust, exploring just that.

Phineas Harper, said on behalf of the AF, "Neba is one of a number of hugely committed and creative volunteers we've been lucky enough to work with at the AF. She has been instrumental to our programme over the last year and we're very excited to welcome her to the young trustees board and see her in action as part of that team."

Welcome Neba!