Deborah Denner

BA (Hons) DipArch MArch ARB




Deborah Denner, an architect with extensive experience of quality review, heads the Frame Projects team – now 14 people.


Since Deborah set up Frame Projects in 2015, it has been appointed to manage quality review panels in nine London Boroughs, as well as for Watford Borough Council, the London Legacy Development Corporation and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation; panels for two proposed garden towns in Kent and Essex; the HS2 Independent Design Panel; and also five community review groups.  



Kyriaki Ageridou



Panel Coordinator


Kyriaki Ageridou plays an important role in supporting Frame Projects across its management of design and quality review panels. She leads on organising work with the Haringey Quality Review Panel, while also contributing to the management of design review panels in the London Boroughs of Camden and Redbridge, as well as the Euston Design Review Panel. 



Edward Bailey

BA (Hons) PGDip




An urban designer and town planner, Edward Bailey leads on managing the HS2 Independent Design Panel. Working with colleagues at HS2 Ltd, he identifies projects across a range of issues, including urban integration, sustainability, civil engineering, station design and customer experience, that will benefit from the panel’s contribution.


As well as reports of reviews, Edward writes regular newsletters and case studies to bring the work of the HS2 Independent Design Panel to a wider audience.




Dr Tom Bolton

BA (Hons) PhD




Tom Bolton leads Frame Projects’ community review work, having set up the OPDC and Old Kent Road Community Review Groups. He manages place review groups for OPDC and Watford Borough Council, and works on other review panels including Camden and HS2. He also leads on Frame’s research consultancy work, most recently developing design principles for the National Infrastructure Commission.


Tom has published five books on history and culture, landscape and London, and his PhD research explored the development of neighbourhoods on the ‘wrong side of the tracks’ around London’s main railway stations.


Sarah Carmona

BA (Hons) DipArch MA (Urban Design) ARB


Design Panel Manager


An architect and urban designer, Sarah Carmona is part of the Frame Projects team managing the Haringey Quality Review Panel. She attends reviews of projects from across the borough and writes the reports that capture the panel’s comments and recommendations.


Before joining Frame Projects, Sarah worked in practice, and also undertook teaching and research at several universities, including the University of Nottingham, the University of Westminster, and the Bartlett Schools of Graduate Studies and Planning, University College London. 



Carolina Eboli

BArch MSc (Hons) 


Design Panel Manager


Carolina Eboli is an urban designer and architect. She is a panel manager, responsible for two professional panels – the Harlow and Gilston Quality Review Panel, Epping Forest District Quality Review Panel – and the OPDC Community Review Panel. She is also working to set up a new quality review panel for the London Borough of Ealing. She provides support to the HS2 Independent Design Panel, writing reports of review sessions. 


Before joining Frame Projects, Carolina worked in architectural practice for nine years, in Brazil, the Netherlands, and the UK. She has worked on a diverse range of projects, including a World Cup stadium renovation and the Heathrow Expansion Project.

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Lana Elworthy

BSc (Hons)


Panel Coordinator


Lana Elworthy works across several design quality panels, leading on work with both the Harlow and Gilston and Epping Forest District Quality Review Panels, and providing secretariat support to the HS2 Independent Design Panel. Lana also coordinates the Redbridge Community Review Panel, and provides graphic design support across Frame Projects’ publications.

Before joining Frame Projects, Lana worked in the live events industry. She managed logistics for music events and festivals around the UK and Europe. 



Adrian Harvey

BSc (Hons) MA 


Adrian Harvey leads on Frame Projects' work to manage the quality review panels on behalf of the London Boroughs of Havering and Barking and Dagenham. He also provides editorial support to Frame's panel managers, checking reports before they are signed off by the chair of each panel. 


An independent writer and policy consultant, Adrian has over 20 years’ experience in local and central government. Recent work includes a report for Essex County Council on the value of good design in new residential development.


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Miranda Kimball

BA (Hons) MSc


Design Panel Manager

Miranda Kimball joined Frame Projects to help set up the Isle of Dogs and South Poplar Community Development Panel. She also manages the Watford Place Shaping Panel and supports the London Legacy Development Corporation Quality Review Panel. Miranda has recently contributed to arranging climate emergency training sessions for planning officers and panel members, in collaboration with the London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI). 


Before joining Frame Projects, Miranda worked on multiple placemaking and cultural strategies for major regeneration projects, including Battersea Power Station and the International Quarter at Stratford.



Hanako Littlewood

BA (Hons)


Panel Coordinator

Hanako Littlewood is responsible for managing the Barking and Dagenham and the Havering Quality Review Panels. She also provides coordination support for the London Legacy Development Corporation Quality Review Panel and Dacorum Community Review Panel.

Before joining Frame Projects, Hanako worked as an events coordinator, organising international conferences about the future of work.​



Lucie Mysulkova 


Office Manager

Lucie Mysulkova works with Frame Project’s director and the consultancy’s accountants to provide financial administration support. She also contributes to the day to day management of the office – developing, implementing and maintaining office policies and procedures, and ensuring that the office runs smoothly.

Lucie completed the AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting in 2015, and has extensive accounting experience.



Penny Nakan

BA (Hons) MA


Panel Coordinator

Penny Nakan provides support across five panels managed by Frame Projects. She works closely with three professional design review panels – the Kensington and Chelsea Quality Review Panel, the OPDC Place Review Group and the Watford Place Shaping Panel. She also plays a key role in coordinating the OPDC Community Review Group and the Old Kent Road Community Review Panel.


Before joining Frame Projects, Penny developed her photography portfolio over five years, shooting in both analogue and digital. Alongside this, she studied English Literature at Brighton University, and obtained a master’s degree at the University of Sussex in Creative and Critical Writing.



Adela Paparisto

BA (Hons) PGDip


Panel Programme Manager

Adela Paparisto leads the programme management team at Frame Projects – a team of four responsible for the smooth operation of all our panels. She has also been responsible for developing and implementing a monitoring and evaluation process, that forms the basis of annual reporting on all our design quality review panels. 


Adela gained a project management qualification in Canada, where she worked before joining Frame Projects.



Meghna Patel

BArch MSc 


Design Panel Manager

Meghna Patel, an architect and urban designer, works with Frame Projects to support management of the Redbridge Community Review Panel. Meghna attends the panel’s reviews and writes the reports summarising their comments and recommendations.  


Meghna has worked in the field of architecture and urban design for over 15 years in the UK, US and India.



Cindy Reriti

BA (Hons) DipArch


Design Panel Manager

Cindy Reriti joined Frame Projects to take the lead in setting up the Dacorum Community Review Panel, working closely with Dacorum Borough Council to define the panel’s work and to encourage members of the community to get involved. She has also taken the lead in setting up a new quality review panel for the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and is responsible for reporting on its recommendations.

Cindy studied architecture at The Cass.