With a relentless passion for beauty and the built-environment, Hanan brings over 20 years’ experience developing business and marketing strategies for the architecture, design and property sectors.
She has successfully managed the business development and PR for a groaning shelf of RIBA Award winners, CZWG Architects, including the launch of Canada Water Library and Maggie’s Centre, Nottingham, a collaboration between CZWG and designer, Sir Paul Smith.
Granular about how things work and always looking for ways to improve, Hanan oversees the marketing directions and reputations of many successful practices; advising and mentoring partners and senior directors.
Hanan graduated from the University of Greenwich with a BA in Architecture.
Charlotte has spent six years working with award-winning nationally and internationally renowned architectural practices.
She loves nothing more than helping burgeoning businesses get noticed. Hard work, credibility and a sense of humour are her mottos, and she believes there is opportunity in everything.
An accomplished painter—with an artist’s aesthetic—Charlotte is inventive and imaginative, bringing a much-needed fresh approach to communications.
Her strengths lie in writing, presentation and interviews and she enjoys managing complex and sensitive projects.
Charlotte graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and from the University of Cambridge with a Masters in Building History.
Annie has over 20 years experience working on both the advertising/digital agency and client/procurement sides of the marketing industry.
She is a Marketing Procurement Expert and has been honoured to work on many iconic global brand campaigns in the FMCG, Retail, Manufacturing, Energy, Luxury Markets and Logistics sector.
Annie has underpinned her ‘hands on’ practical experience of the market place with MCIPS, an MBA and GAP negotiation training – with a strong innovation streak that claimed her the Global Business Schools Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
‘The Double Unit’ derives from Le Corbusier’s theory of mathematical proportions in the human body which can be used to improve the appearance and function of architecture and space.
Our approach matches the human figure as imagined by Le Corbusier – its feet planted firmly on the ground, centred and proportioned, with its hand pointing to the sky.
Before setting up The Double Unit, we spent many years working in architectural practices and design-orientated businesses, which means we are always speaking the same language as our clients.