Anne Schroell


Anne studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. She completed her Part III professional qualifications from RIBA North West in 2007.

Anne gained work experience in Luxembourg and Austria. She worked for Tonkin Liu and De Matos Ryan in London before joining Niall McLaughlin Architects.

Since joining the practice, she worked on a variety of completed projects such as the Deal Pier Café, Somerville College Student Accommodation in Oxford, Peabody Housing in London and a new museum and welcome building as part of the Grade I Listed Auckland Castle complex in Bishop Auckland. She was also involved in the Venice Biennale project.

Anne is currently working on a new development for Oxford University, a new Maggie’s Centre in Cambridge and a new private house in Jersey.

Anne was made an associate in 2014 and is part of the practice’s management team.