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Juliet is an artist and architectural designer. She studied Fine Art at The Ruskin School, University of Oxford and Sculpture and Drawing at The Royal College of Art, London, and later completed RIBA Part-1 at the Architectural Association where she now teaches. She was awarded the Sainsbury Scholarship at the British School at Rome 2005, and the Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2007. She is interested in making work that has a specific relationship with place, and has produced a number of site-specific public realm projects with a geological focus. Juliet grew up in Dorset where her family have worked with Purbeck stone for generations, and in recent years she has developed teaching opportunities to introduce students to stone. In summer 2023 she co-directed (with Thomas Randall-Page) the AA Visiting School Working Stone, during which students designed and made a stone bus shelter using primarily offcuts from conventional masonry production. In Summer 2021 she collaborated with architect Aude-Line Duliere to produce a commission for the London Design Festival at the Victoria & Albert Museum using century-old Portland stone ashlar salvaged from the museum’s facade. Her drawings are held in the collections of the British Museum and the V&A. She lives and works between London and Dorset.