Time spent in Thailand on building service projects affirmed Brittany Webber’s desire to create spaces that would enhance people’s quality of life. She’s now at Chow:Hill as a BIM Coordinator.
Brittany’s enjoyment of problem-solving and designing spaces began well before her formal architectural training. Youthful access to software gave her the opportunity to create houses, interiors and walkthroughs, then time abroad on building service projects in Thailand during a gap year affirmed her desire for a career in architecture.
Convinced that well-designed spaces enhance people’s quality of life, productivity and sense of wellbeing, Brittany’s professional focus has been on developing and applying her digital modelling skills, utilising BIM and Revit. She enjoys the challenge of keeping up with constant changes in technology, particularly the use of plug-ins, scripts and visualisations.
Before joining Chow:Hill’s Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau studio, Brittany’s project involvement included Nelson Airport redevelopment, 20 Customhouse Quay in Wellington, the National Library’s He Tohu exhibition, and Te Urewera Visitor Centre, Lake Waikaremoana.