Technical Studies Lecture Series: Emma Hilton Grange, Helen Hough, and Nicola Moriarty from Bryden Wood “Design for Manufacture and Assembly – DfMA” | Thursday, October 27 at 18:00 (BST), M416 + Online


When: Thursday, 27th of October, 6pm (BST)

Where: M416, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS + Online

Emma Hilton Grange is an Associate Architect at Bryden Wood who has worked at the practice since 2019.  Emma has been involved in several projects at the practice including developing a modular housing scheme for L&G Modular Homes, expanding her knowledge in DfMA and offsite construction working on projects such as kit of parts system for a bespoke housing company Kiss House, as well as number of healthcare projects.  

Emma is an alumna of the University of Westminster – During her Master’s degree, Emma developed a keen interest in research-based, and data led design, with her design projects being led by environmental data collected on site, and through desktop research, leading her to working at Bryden WoodBryden Wood is a global company of creative technologists, designers, architects, engineers and analysts. They are shaping the future of construction by bringing integrated expertise, innovation, deep experience, open minds and creativity to unravel the most complex problems and create exceptional, sustainable design solutions – all for a better built environment. Bryden Wood are leaders in the theory and practice of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), the Platform approach to Design for Manufacture and Assembly (P-DfMA), generative design, creative technologies, integrated design and automation in construction.  

Emma will be joined by her colleagues Helen Hough, Head of Sustainability, and Nicola Moriarty, Structural Director both who have lead their disciplines in many of the practices most prominent schemes, such as The Forge, the UKs first net zero carbon commercial development using PDfMA.

For details contact: Will McLean