Rachel O’Grady

Lecturer in Architecture

Rachel O'Grady Staff BioDr Rachel O’Grady coordinates Stage Three of the BSc in Architecture with Steve Larkin. She is a lecturer at QUB and part of the research group Recomposing the City. She is also the co-founder of OGU Architects. Over the past five years, Rachel has worked extensively with the Indian NGO CURE using collaborative projects to examine the creative potential of reviving architectural ‘heritage’​ in the city. Her ongoing project The Buksh Museum of Hobbycraft [link to Bukshmuseum.com] received an ASF-International Honorary Mention Award. Rachel studied architecture at the University of Cambridge and then London Metropolitan University where she later completed a PhD as part of the Department of Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources (ARCSR): this is when her relationship with CURE began. Before the PhD she worked for London architecture practices Wright & Wright Architects and Penoyre & Prasad LLP.

Rachel O’Grady, Lecturer in Architecture (0.3) 

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