Victoria Page

BArch (Hons), MArchD, PGDIP, ARB

Victoria is an ARB registered Architect and received her Bachelor of Architecture (RIBA Part I) from Nottingham Trent University followed by a Master of Architecture in Design from Oxford Brooks University (RIBA Part II) and completing her Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice (RIBA Part III) at the University of Westminster.

Victoria joined Smith Caradoc-Hodgkins Architects in 2014.

Before joining Smith Caradoc-Hodgkins Architects, she worked in a range of UK practices, primarily on residential conversions and new builds.  Her approach is defined by her precise and thorough attitude to design.

With Smith Caradoc-Hodgkins Architects, Victoria has pursued her interest in high end residential and mixed use projects and has successfully gained Planning Consents on a number of Central London projects.  She lead the 150-152 & 153 Fenchurch Street and 122 Minories projects in the City of London and 72-80 Leather Lane project in the London Borough of Camden. 

She is currently leading the Design Teams on a variety of Hotel, Office and Residential projects across Central London.