Beth Isaac is a RIBA Part 1 student of the University of Dundee and is currently working in practice on her year out. She is working on a range of residential and commercial projects of varying scales within the UK. After living in many cities throughout her life, including vibrant Sydney and a very quirky Brighton, Belfast is where she has settled down and now calls home. She actively participates in arts events taking place throughout the city, and over the past 10 years has enjoyed seeing the growth and development of Belfast city centre and the introduction of a new student culture.
Key interests: Urbanism and individualism in the city. Architectural sketching as analysis and exploration. Student culture and adaptation to new spaces.
Favourite books: Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture
Favourite City: Brighton
Random Fact: I eat too much Nutella.