Adesola studied the art of Being through Architecture at the University of Bath, Cardiff University and the Academy of Architecture in Switzerland. Her practical experience ranges from community project presentations in London and bank interiors in Lagos, to private houses in Luanda and Kigali.
With more than twelve years’ experience in high-end residential design and heritage conservation from conception to project completion, she has developed a range of design and project management skills to deliver projects. She is a keen advocate of a holistic approach to sustainability from design to building occupation and views client engagement as a crucial element in the design process.
Leading various projects, she has successfully repaired a variety of buildings; often including new additions in sensitive settings. Examples include renovation of a charmingly Lilliputian mews house in South Kensington, the installation of a glazed lift in Knightsbridge and the renovation of the house and construction of a new set of external steps for the Grade 1 list Radburne Hall in Derby (Works at her previous practice). Currently, she is working on various London Diocese listed churches, as well as the Haringey Heritage Action Zone regeneration project.
Her current eclectic interests include particle physics, languages, and capoeira whilst working towards joining the Conservation Register. She is also a first year design studio tutor for the Bsc. Architecture course at the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath.