Designed The Economist Building in London with her husband and business partner, Peter Smithson. Popularized the streets-in-the-sky idea; a member from the Indie Group whose function was featured in the Institute of Modern Arts’ 1953 Parallel of Existence and Artwork exhibition, aswell as the 1956 That is Tomorrow exhibition. She analyzed structures at Durham University or college. She and her spouse achieved recognition using the Hunstanton College project that used variants on Ludwig Mies vehicle der Rohe’s methods. She worked well in the structures department from the London Region Council prior to starting a practice with her spouse in 1950. Her family members was surviving in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, when she was created. She wedded Peter in 1949 after conference him at Durham. She and Maya Ying Lin both became significant feminine architects, albeit of different decades.