Remi Connolly-Taylor is an East London designer, who founded REMI.C.T Studio in 2017. She received her undergraduate at Leeds Beckett University and earned her masters at Columbia University in New York. Her background is diverse, having practised and trained in the UK, Europe, America, and Africa- including charity work building a school library in Gambia, where she saw the direct impact the built environment can have in a cultural context. She interned at well-known practices like Asif Khan and Thomas Heatherwick and did her Part I at Foster + Partners. Recently she has been selected to judge for awards: Waltham Forest Council, World Architecture News, and British Home Awards. The main ambition with her Studio is to drive the conversation between art, design, and development into research that encourages people to invest in a design-led environment and create sustainable lifestyles. The Studio was featured in New Architects 4, the Architecture Foundation's publication featuring emerging practices in the UK. The Studio finished their first new build in August 2021, Maryland House, which challenges the live/work hierarchy in the home advocating for the younger creative/entrepreneurial generation. Currently the Studio is working on a series of schemes including mews style developments, commercial/ mixed use, and international projects.