Ming Harper is a London based architecture graduate. She completed her BA at Newcastle University, graduating with first-class honours. Ming has gained experience working for London practices Carmody Groarke and Andrew Harper Architects and worked on site renovating an Edwin Lutyens house for building contractors CC Construction.
In her first year at the RCA in ADS7 her project explored carbon dioxide removal approaches (CDR), in particular policy change around BECCS (Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage) and investigated retrofitting natural draft cooling towers to be used as a blueprint for CCS at redundant power stations across the UK.
In ADS6 this year Ming explored digital narratives exploring ‘Restructuring England’s boarder through aquaculture and the Crown Estate’ especially through the use of film, and material experimentation from site visits to the South Coast.