Victoria Gana is an Architect with a focus on how the flow of information affects sustainable design. The information available affects the decisions taken during design. As an Architect who has a special interest in sustainability, the idea that we can anticipate and eliminate issues that can negatively impact our buildings through design is intruiging.
Trained as an Architect, Victoria graduated from the Federal University of Technology Minna, Nigeria before moving to the UK. After obtaining a master's degree in Construction Management and Economics from the University of Greenwich London, she began a 4 - year PhD study. researching the effects of introducing a management process called Soft Landings during design on the sustainability of buildings in the UK; under the supervision of Dr. Giridharan Renganathan at the Kent School of Architecture and planning in Canterbury, England. She graduated in 2018.
Victoria is passionate about the environment, and how Architects can contribute, reduce the effects that construction has on our environment. Victoria has presented her research in conferences all over the UK and was an undergraduate tutor at the Kent School of Architecture and Planning. She currently lives in London and is involved with several projects.