Fleur Kay studied at Sydney’s University of Technology in her country of birth, Australia, where she obtained a first-class honours degree and a university medal. After completing her studies, she remained in Sydney for a time, working for Grose Bradley Architects and Misho + Associates. Next, she moved to London, where she spent five years working for Penoyre & Prasaad on a variety of projects, including the renovation of Sheffield City Hall and the design of the Pears National Centre for Autism Education in Muswell Hill, London. Fleur then took up a position as an architect with Meyer en Van Schooten, where she worked on projects including the Kromhout barracks, Hilversum Traverse and ROC Leiden. Thanks to the broadness of her activities, Fleur is experienced with PPP projects from the tender to the construction phase, and school, interior and infrastructural projects. At Team V she is responsible for the interior design for Flow Traders, the project Bleizo Station and Main Building TU/e.