Alice founded Mustard, a dynamic boutique studio in Accra, Ghana, in reaction to a growing demand
for beautiful spaces and objects by an increasingly discerning clientele in the region. Since its launch
in 2015, Mustard has undertaken projects such as the rehabilitation of the historic National Museum
of Ghana, residential developments for prolific developers such as Devtraco Plus and Equilibrium,
and commercial developments for clients in the Oil & Gas industry such as Cross Energy, Alpha 1
Energy and Med Songhai Developers.
A product of Ghanaian and British secondary education, Alice trained at Nottingham University and
at the Bartlett, University College, London, before practicing architecture for nearly two decades in
the United Kingdom with Foster + Partners and Adjaye Associates. Practising at Adjaye Associates for
nearly 12 years, Alice was instrumental in the launch of the practice’s studio in Ghana in 2012, where
as Associate Director of African Projects, she managed cutting edge projects such as Alara, Lagos,
Nigeria, Hallmark House, Johannesburg, South Africa, Eugene Gasana Jr. Paediatric Cancer Centre,
Kigali, Rwanda, and the IFC Headquarters, Dakar, Senegal.