Intrigued by notions of home, place, and the seemingly incongruous friendship between the poetic and the pragmatic, Rosie occupies the crannies between whimsy and reality to seek out an architecture that is both strange and substantial; both fantastical and functional; both fictional and real. Rosie has written for the RIBA Journal, curates a small arts magazine, and her dissertation 'Species of Nooks and other Niches' was awarded the RIBA Presidents Medal Dissertation Prize in 2018. She is an M(Arch) student at Edinburgh University and is currently working in London.
Articles by Rosie Milne
by Rosie Milne Aug 01, 2019
As part of London Festival of Architecture 2019, a panel of urbanists discussed the evolution of Hackney Wick Fish Island in London.