Isabelle has over ten years of experience working in architecture and wayfinding. She has spent most of her design career working in the Middle East on large scale wayfinding projects in the UAE, Jeddah, Kuwait and Qatar, most notably the Mohammed bin Rashid City District 1 and King Faisal Hospital & Akoya by Damac.
Her area of expertise is founded in the principles of urban design enabling her to analyse complex sites, assess user needs and develop succinct wayfinding responses. She has significant experience designing complex wayfinding strategies for major public realm, cultural, commercial and healthcare precincts.
Isabelle has Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Southern Philippines and is currently undertaking a Masters of Architecture: Urban Design from the University of San Carlos. Her thesis topic ‘Blue Urbanism explores the potential of water environments and elements in the urban realm.
We are dotdash, an interdisciplinary design practice focused on wayfinding strategy.
We help millions of people find their way around our complex urban environments.