Kirsten Haggart trained as an architect at Nottingham University and the Architecture School in Aarhus, Denmark. After working as an architect in Malaysia, Denmark and London, Kirsten established Haggart MacLeod Architects in 2011.
Kirsten was a director at Waugh Thistleton Architects for 6 years. She was project architect for 2 Award Winning projects and other projects including restaurants, synagogues and mixed-use developments.
Murry Grove or Stadthaus is the tallest residential timber building in the world and won an RIBA Research Award. Furzey Hall Farm is a private residence in the Cotswolds which one an RIBA Award and was shortlisted for the Manser Medal in 2010.