Félicie is an experienced architect with both a French Diploma in Architecture and a Masters Degree in Architecture in the UK.
She is a Chartered member of the RIBA and Director at Assael Architecture, a practice of 90 staff. Félicie specialises in residential-led urban regeneration and has been instrumental in the design of key projects since joining Assael over twenty years ago.
Alongside being one of the practice’s Build to Rent specialists, she is leading on several research initiatives, including designing for older generations with a wellbeing focus, high street regeneration and social value. Félicie is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Academy of Urbanism and the Croydon Place Review Panel.
As an expert in the field of residential design, she was also asked to join Lord Heseltine’s National Estate Regeneration Panel in 2016 to help shape national policy on estate regeneration best practice. Félicie likes to pursue her artistic endeavours, drawing and painting regularly for charity (including Article 25) and keeping her personal sketch diary.