Corinna apprenticed in cabinet making for two years before graduating from a five-year Bachelor in Interior Architecture at the University Ostwestphalen Lippe in Detmold, Germany.
From early on Corinna was inspired by the flow of space and the relationship between materials and light. A desire to be professionally creative and a commitment to improving the way people interact with their physical surroundings moved her towards the world of architecture and design. She has since been given the opportunity to live throughout the world and experience different cultures, observing how the traditions, climate and beliefs influence building practices, from the distinct and more purist architecture of Germany to the waning borders of inside/outside living found in Australia. In Singapore she experienced beautiful, partly colonial-inspired architecture and in Dubai, the fearless approach of "everything is possible".
Corinna enjoys spending time with her three children, taking long runs and transforming their home in Montclair, built in 1900.