Intervention Architecture Ltd (IA) is an award winning, RIBA chartered architecture and design studio, providing a bespoke service to deliver high quality contemporary design solutions, creating unique constructs, spaces, buildings, developments and places.
Our studio has a collaborative and open atmosphere, to enable extensive exploration of ideas, an inherent appreciation for craft, and the value of workmanship and materials. Throughout our rigorous design process, from development of sketches to material details, the making of space and collective involvement is essential to the realisation of our projects.
IA are committed to delivering an individual architectural response to each unique specific site and context, we consider any scale of project, existing development or new build. We have already received recognition for our work and look forward to future conversations, investigations and research for our project based studio practice.
In 2017 IA was shortlisted for ‘Architect’s Practice of the Year’ at the West Midlands Property Awards, Insider.
If you would like to get in touch please contact IA, we look forward to hearing from you.
Anna Parker is IA’s founding Director, a qualified Architect who has gained experience in a number of renowned architecture practices within the UK, leading a variety of residential, education and commercial projects from conception to completion.
In 2017 Anna has been shortlisted within the national RIBA ‘Rising Stars’, shortlisted for the Birmingham Post ‘Business Entrepreneur of the Year’, and named within the ‘Midlands top 50 Entrepreneurs’ (Insider). In 2016 Anna was nominated as a finalist for Birmingham’s Young Professional of the Year.
Further to her RIBA chartered membership, Anna also sits on the panel for the RIBA Small Practice Group which regularly meets in London.
Anna teaches at the Birmingham School of Architecture, and has led a 3rd year design studio on the Undergraduate Course since 2014. One of Anna’s students has been nominated for the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President’s Bronze medal award in each of the previous three academic years in which she has taught to date.
Jac Doody graduated from the Birmingham School of Architecture with a First Class Honours Degree in 2015, where he was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Presidents Medal, for his project “The International Symposium of Virtual Allegories”. This work aimed to reignite a sub-urban area of Birmingham by introducing the bit-coin as a new local currency, delivered through a network of digital mining towers and a regenerative retreat.
Jac joined IA in 2016 following a year-out at Grimshaw Architects, London, where he worked on a Cross-Rail infrastructure project and the Nine-Elms Station.
Marina Strotz graduated from the Birmingham School of Architecture in MA Architecture (RIBA part 2) in 2017, with 4 years experience in practice. Marina has previously worked on a range of architectural projects from a domestic scale to an airport terminal design.
For Marina’s BA Architecture degree, she received the Green Book Award, exemplifying excellence in visual communication. At thesis level, Marina’s studies focused upon reintroducing integrated leisure facilities to the sea side town of Morecambe.
Marina has been elected as Vice-President of the Birmingham Architectural Association (BAA) in 2017, providing a pivotal role for a local society of the industry for the next 2 years.
Declan Davis joined IA after graduating with a First Class Honours degree from Queens University Belfast, in 2016. Declan’s final project proposed to create a County Archive within the historic core of Downpatrick. The archive aimed to create an opportunity for people to escape the modern realm and reconnect with their own personal historic backgrounds.
Declan’s final project drawings were selected for exhibition in the RIBA President’s Office, London.
Ayesha Kaur graduated from the Birmingham School of Architecture with a First Class Honours Degree in 2016, where she was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Presidents Medal, for her project “House of Memories”. The project created a new imagined amusement park for the people of Lea Hall, taking a playful and conceptual approach, celebrating and rejoicing local stories to be continuously shared.
Ayesha joins IA following a year experience at Hawkins Brown architects, London, where she worked on a Cross Rail project based at Tottenham Court Road.
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