Director – BA (Hons) Arch, PG Dip Arch (Distinction), ARB, RIBA
Glenn is a Royal Institute of British Architects Chartered Architect with extensive experience in Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia. He graduated in London in 2000, and his work went on to be nominated for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Silver Medal Award. In 2008 he relocated to Singapore to run the office of SMC Alsop before establishing his studio in 2010.
Glenn's work is diverse in scale, typology and location. His work includes private houses, multi-unit housing, offices, art galleries, civic buildings, mixed-use developments, airports, landscape, interiors and furniture design. Regardless of the project, he strives to create buildings with reduced environmental impacts, such as the carbon-neutral Long House in New Zealand and the 360 House in Australia to high-rise projects such as the Jalan Ampang mixed-use scheme (targeted LEED Platinum) and One Central Park (Green Building Index Certified) in Kuala Lumpur. He is extremely interested in the promotion of timber within the building industry. To this end, Faber was established to focus on sustainable, progressive architecture while researching low-impact building systems and methodologies.
BLANCA DE JUAN BAYARRI
Director – BA (Hons) Arch, M.Arch
Blanca is a Spanish Registered Architect who graduated from the University of Alicante in 2009. Her final project was exhibited at many national architectural events. Since graduation, she has worked on numerous projects in Europe, China and Singapore and has participated in international cooperation projects as a volunteer in Africa.
In 2011 Blanca moved to Singapore, where she was the lead designer and director of several large-scale projects. Her work covers a wide variety of architectural sectors, including large-scale residential, mixed-use, civic, cultural and commercial developments, as well as single-family homes, renovations and interior design projects.
Blanca leads our student mentoring programme and is a regular guest critic at several universities, including the Singapore University of Technology and Design. From 2016-2017, she ran the Singapore office of Faber Architecture before rejoining the UK studio to lead several international and domestic residential projects.