Terri Peters is an architect, writer and researcher whose work maps new trajectories of ecological design through contemporary practice, academic research and pop culture. She has a global perspective, having lived and worked in Vancouver, Tokyo, Paris, and then London, UK which was her adopted home for eight years. Since 2009 she has been based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Her practice investigates and reflects on contemporary culture through a study of architecture from multiple angles. She has degrees in architectural history and architecture and has written more than 200 articles for magazines and journals. Her building reviews, interviews with designers and editorials appear in Mark, Azure, Architects Journal, Metropolis, Architectural Design and other publications. She is a registered architect in the UK and Denmark and has worked professionally as an architect at both small and large offices in London, UK.
work at multi-disciplinary design office Building Design
Partnership was focused on an ambitious £650m sustainable
master-plan for Kingston, South London. This project is a quality
benchmark for London’s suburban development, and her work focused on producing
studies for social housing, offices, retail, a new library and improved
pedestrian and cycle links.