M.A. Architecture Conservation (University of Udine , Italy), ARB

Francesca Basso

ARB registered Architect, Francesca attended the Part 3 Course at London South Bank University in 2015-16; M.A. degree in Architecture Conservation and Restoration (equivalent to part 2 ARB/RIBA) from the University of Udine, Italy in 2011.

During her academic studies, from 2002 to 2004 Francesca worked for Studio Tecnico Basso (Treviso, Italy) as CAD and surveyor assistant.
Prior to joining Martin Ashely Architects in 2011, she worked as architectural assistant for Studio Architetti Avon Associati and was involved in several conservation projects including the Restoration of the Dome and the New Christian Museum in Cividale del Friuli, Udine, Italy in 2007-08; Conservation of Economo Palace in Trieste, Italy in 2009 and Restoration of Savorgnan Castle in Artegna, Udine, Italy in 2009-10. Francesca was also involved with the graphic design and publishing coordination of the book “Studio Avon, Architetture 1990-2010, Marsilio, Venezia, 2010”.

After finishing her M.A. Degree she moved to England and started working for MAA in July 2011.The major projects she is involved in at the moment include the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, Hampton Court Palace, Clifford’s Tower, Battle Abbey, Windsor Castle, and Merchant Taylor’s Hall.

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