carrie bayley

Carrie Bayley

Carrie studied architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture, where she graduated with First Class Honours and Distinctions across three degree programs, and the University of Cambridge. While at Manchester she was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal (2012) and won a number of other awards. Prior to co-founding BBA, Carrie worked for a number of award-winning architectural practices including Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (Bath) and Ollier Smurthwaite Architects (Manchester). Carrie was part of the design team behind the Manchester School of Art, shortlisted for the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize (2014). She has experience across a range of sectors and building typologies including private residential, social housing, and primary through to higher education. Carrie was previously an Associate Lecturer at the Cambridge School Art and has served as a visiting critic at the Manchester School of Architecture and University for the Creative Arts.