Branwen Morus


020 7467 1470

I studied at the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University achieving a BSc and MArch. In my year in industry, I worked on housing and education architecture projects with a practice in North Wales and then in Chester. My final year thesis presented a zero-carbon vision for Bristol, focussing on reducing single-use transport.

I am particularly interested in community-driven projects and sustainable urban developments that incorporate a regenerative vision for a greener, more connected society.

I enjoy skiing, hiking and painting. I appreciate meeting new people and value friendships highly. I love to travel and learn about new cultures.


Who or what has inspired you?

Thomas Heatherwick’s, Maggie’s Centre in Yorkshire inspires me. The way the structure is created out of the garden makes for a beautiful hub designed elegantly within an evergreen context.

I love the view from…

The top of ‘Yr Wyddfa’ (Snowdon, North Wales). Having Snowdonia National Park on my doorstep means my childhood has been filled with stunning landscapes and lakes.

What is the most memorable thing you’ve ever seen in a public space?

Hiking up a volcano in Guatemala, I experienced an incredible view of Acatenango, a nearby volcano in a live eruption. This was such a surreal experience and a moment I will never forget.

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