Madison, an Interior Designer, graduated from the University of West England in 2016, gaining a degree in Interior Architecture. Fond of intricate jigsaw puzzles during her childhood, she honed skills in coordination and developed a keen eye for detail, qualities that greatly benefit her current role. Her enthusiasm lies in space planning and the art of creating visuals, aspects she finds rewarding.
Adaptive reuse is an area of design that truly sparks her passion. The intricacies it shares with complex problem-solving provide her with challenges that involve integrating space and specific client requirements within pre-existing architectural frameworks. This passion is particularly evident when dealing with historical structures, complete with their distinctive quirks and challenges, which set them apart from contemporary constructions.