Ines Gavelli studied architecture at the Universidad Católica de Córdoba (UCC) in Argentina and The Bartlett UCL in London. Before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2014, she worked for practices in Argentina, Italy and London on projects including residential, mixed-use, restoration and high-end interiors. Since joining the practice, Ines has worked primarily on the refurbishment of historic buildings and interior projects, including Selfridges Duke Street and the hotel conversion of 30 Grosvenor Square in London, as well as The Bryant in New York. She was also responsible for the exhibition design of Lee Krasner: Living Colour at the Barbican Art Gallery in London and most recently has been leading the design of the Central Telegraph Building in Moscow. Ines champions the Women in Architecture group in the London office and became an Associate in 2019.