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Alexandra Slatter

Position: Associate

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Alex joined Associated Architects in July 2017 as a Part II Graduate and qualified as an Architect in 2020. She was promoted to Associate in 2021.

She undertook her architectural training at the University of Kent, the University of Liverpool, and Birmingham City University.

Alex has worked across multiple sectors, predominantly on commercial and education projects. She has considerable experience in the refurbishment and conversion of commercial buildings, with extensive involvement in mixed-use commercial, residential and luxury residential developments.

The current Chair of the British Council for Offices (BCO) NextGen Committee for Midlands and East Anglia; Alex has led BCO tours of numerous projects. She acts on behalf of Associated Architects on the RIBA Future Architects Mentoring Scheme and sits on the practice’s CSR committee.


4 St Philip’s Square, Birmingham: Highly successful ambitious reinvention of an attractive late Victorian building, occupying a prime location in Birmingham’s Colmore Business District

19 Cornwall Street, Birmingham:  Refurbishment of 12,000sq.ft 1990s office building to net zero carbon standards, including a facade replacement, new amenity facilities and a feature atrium, £10.5m

Reliance Works, Birmingham: Conversion of a former light mnufacturing factory into apartments in the Jewellery Quarter Conservation Area

Institute of Creative Leather Technologies, Northampton: A teaching and research facility developed by Stoford for the University of Northampton’s new Waterside Campus incorporating a tannery, offices, classrooms, and teaching laboratories, £4m

1 Colmore Row, Birmingham: £1.2m refurbishment and extension to commercial office space on Birmingham’s prestigious Colmore Row incorporating works to reception, amenity area in basement, and an office floorplate

Memorial House, Coalville: Comprehensive refurbishment to East Midlands Housing’s HQ to facilitate their desire to move towards more agile working, with a focus on meeting and collaborative activities

10 Brindleyplace, Birmingham: Refurbishment of commercial offices within the noted Brindleyplace scheme to provide 18,746sq.m of office space and creating the city’s largest floorplate, includes complete façade re-deign and replacement of all masonry brick and insulation, and aims for BREEAM Excellent, Fitwel and a high WiredScore

Tonman House, Milton Keynes: Full internal refurbishment and modernisation of a 1980s office building, relocaton of main entrance and addition of new roof and four-storey extension to the rear of the building