Anne-Héloïse is a London-based registered Architect, Installation Artist and Interactive Designer. She has fully qualified as a Part III Architect in 2013 whilst working at Hamilton Architects in Belfast on a wide range of both restoration and new build projects. Her current research focuses on the role of wonder within aesthetic experiences, and the possibilities for affect within perception whether taking place in our physical or digital environment. Before joining the Interactive Architecture Lab, she was a Project Architect at Ben Adams Architects in London from 2015 where she has gained project management, client and consultant liaison skills during site construction while ensuring the delivery of large scale buildings at a high standard. Despite the fact that she is passionate about architecture, she always had a strong interest in scenography, kinetic art, optics, robotics, music and new technologies.