Tiziana Di Ronco

Tiziana Di Ronco



Tiziana is an Architect with a not-so-secret love for construction waste reuse and minimisation, who joined BakerBrown in September 2021.

She is currently involved with several projects, including new and retrofit residential, a council-wide retrofit study and community buildings. The projects are across South-East England and London.

Throughout her career she has built on her interest for sustainable practice, studying at the Centre for Alternative Technology and working on several initiatives aimed at bringing industry wide change. These include co-founding award winning Re-Fabricate, a collective promoting circular economy in construction. Through the collective, Tiziana is currently involved in the core team organising projects such as "the People Pavilion", a design competition for young adults (15-18 yo) initiated by Beyond the Box CIC and "Seats at the Table", a co-design venture looking at accessible and sustainable public realm interventions for which Re-Fabricate and the DisOrdinary Architecture Project are collaborating with students from SEN and mainstream schools as well as disabled artists to co-design a urban intervention, where everyone can get have their say.
In the past, she has also been involved in the Architects Climate Action Network, where she has worked on several proposals including building a Climate Confession Booth and organising a bid for COP26.
In her free time, Tiziana enjoys building furniture out of “waste”, of which her house is well populated.

Prior to her involvement with BakerBrown, she worked at Foster + Partners as an architectural assistant and then architect. At the world-renowned practice, she gained invaluable experience delivering and coordinating developments in a variety of sectors, for private clients as well as large developers in the UK, Europe, US, China and India.