Sadie Morgan is a Co-Founding Director of leading architectural practice dRMM, along with Alex de Rijke and Philip Marsh. Over a 25-year career Sadie has played a key role in the advocacy of exemplary design and architecture, through her professional practice and advisory roles.
dRMM is recognised for creating architecture that is innovative, high quality and socially useful, bound by an aspiration to make people’s lives better. In 2017 the practice won the UK’s top architecture award, the RIBA Stirling Prize for Hastings Pier. Recent high profile projects include Maggie’s Oldham, Trafalgar Place at Elephant & Castle and Faraday House at the Battersea Power Station.
In her role as a design champion Sadie is involved in a number of advisory roles including chairing the Independent Design Panel for High Speed Two, reporting directly to the Secretary of State and being one of ten commissioners for the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) led by Chief Executive Phil Graham. She has been instrumental in setting up the NIC’s Design Group which will place design at the heart of all new major infrastructure projects and ensure that designers have a seat at the table at every step in a project’s lifecycle.
Read more about Sadie here.