Pia Berg joined Penoyre & Prasad in 2007 and became an Associate in 2014. She is a key member of the education team and has worked on a range of high profile and challenging projects. She is an experienced, efficient and talented project architect, with a full range of proven design skills, rigorous attention to detail and significant on-site experience.
Pia is currently working on the Cale Street Masterplan for a major development in Chelsea, she previously worked on the Eldon Building at Portsmouth and the recently completed new Studio Building for Wimbledon College of Art, an award-winning project that provides large, flexible, naturally lit studios and a new covered space in the courtyard area, providing much needed circulation and storage spaces within a Conservation Area.
Pia also worked on a major extension to accommodate new teaching and learning spaces for Ruskin College. The project features listed buildings set in a beautiful 19th century landscape setting, and has included significant alteration and refurbishment to enable an elegant transition between listed and new spaces. The project has enhanced Pia’s particular skills in brief development, involving thorough and immersive client engagement and consultations with key staff members.
Pia’s work as project architect has involved championing high design standards and environmental ambitions whilst acknowledging constraints within a pragmatic and problem solving approach.
Prior to joining Penoyre & Prasad, Pia worked for Oxford Architects on a variety of projects where she gained extensive on site-experience as well as developing skills in conservation, client consultation and planning.
Pia studied at Plymouth University, Kingston and Oxford Brookes University where her Diploma addressed the effect of educational and cultural environments on behaviour and attainment.