Tania Love, FaulknerBrowns,
About Tania Love
25 years architectural experience across wide variety of sectors; predominantly responsible for leading & managing large multi-disciplinary teams. Has delivered over 2 million sqft of complex commercial mixed-use schemes & transformative city centre retail projects.
Fellow of The RSA & IPM. Strategic Board of Revo (formerly British Council for Shopping Centres), Non-Exec Director of NE1 (Newcastle’s Business Improvement District) & Committee member of Leisure Property Forum. Sits on RIBA Validation Board & has acted as External Examiner for CAP Course, RIBA Pt III & MArch at Uni of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Has been Ambassador for NE1’s Space2 project tackling youth unemployment, Community Governor for 2 schools & sat on Steering Group of Mushroom Works CIC for professional artists & makers.
Led on remodelling of Monument Mall into 200,000sqft of street-facing tenancies in Newcastle’s city centre for Hammerson, Design Advisor to Newcastle City Council for transformation of Northumberland St area retail core, placemaking strategies for Hammerson at Cabot Circus, refurb of The Gate leisure scheme for The Crown Estate, three £100m mixed-use commercial leisure schemes for X-Leisure in Milton Keynes, Yorkshire & Glasgow & £120m mixed-use new-build development for MoD in Corsham.
Currently architect for Market Halls with multiple UK sites & for Aberdeen Standard on reconfiguration of Windsor Yards shopping parade. Tania also has a Design Guardianship role on delivery of the masterplan for Newcastle’s retail core with NCC & Rivington Hark. FaulknerBrowns are currently masterplanner & lead consultant on The Goodsyard, Shoreditch for Hammerson & The Ballymore Group, & Tania is leading the retail strategy on this. Recently partnered with Northumbria University & TWAM (Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums) on Memoryscapes research project exploring how to take heritage artefacts out of museums & embed them in urban environments to enhance accessibility & interpretation.