Alice Pearson

Alice graduated from Newcastle University where she studied a degree in Geography. Following University, she travelled extensively in South America across two trips. During her working travels, she taught English in Colombia and Zimbabwe. Returning home to Greater Manchester, she completed an internship in PR and events, before working in the travel industry. She moved to London 2 years ago continuing to work in travel however was keen to explore the creative industries as a career change. Since her first work experience, shadowing an interior designer, Interior Design was always the career path she hoped to pursue. Having worked in hospitality, she visited many interesting design venues and this inspired a new direction in design. Alice aspires to work creatively within the commercial sector.

contact / pearsonalice90@gmail.com

Portfolio projects include:
LOFT - Editor of Olive magazine
BATHROOM - project
WORKSPACE - Virgin-Galactic, London
FINAL - ROOTS Hotel, Camden
LOFT - Editor of Olive magazine

Editor Laura from Olive magazine and Ted a guitarist who tours with a band moved to Queens Park, London and they would like the space to have a soulful feel to enjoy downtime together and to be inviting and sociable with a sense of the melodic, tying in with love for music.

BATHROOM - project

The skills and techniques required to produce a detailed design from an initial design proposal, design in detail a bathroom from the residential loft project.

WORKSPACE - Virgin-Galactic, London

Vigin Galactic aims to be the world’s first commercial space line. Their objective is visionary but through a collababorative spirit they wish to offer a new perspective 0n our planet, to unify people globally and provide a transformative experience. The office will be for the Galactic unite department, which educates and inspires young people through partnership initiatives, grants, community engagement and scholarships.

 

FINAL - ROOTS Hotel, Camden

This community focused space will be a home from home. A place to share skills and experiences between guests and locals alike, whether through workshops, crafts, music, food or a shared love of nature. A fully sustainably built and maintained space, it will have allotments to grow produce for the in-house restaurant, buying locally what is not grown. Inspired by biophilic design and aiming to be a zero carbon waste space, it will also support local projects which strive to improve livelihoods as well as the environment in the locality.