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OBE, BA (Hons), MA, DU LSBU (Hon.), FRSA, Hon FRIBA
Sadie Morgan is a founding director of Stirling Prize winning architecture practice dRMM, alongside Alex de Rijke, Philip Marsh and Jonas Lencer.
In her role as a design champion Sadie’s involved in a number of advisory roles including chairing the Independent Design Panel for High Speed Two and being one of ten commissioners for the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC). 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.
In 2017 Sadie was chosen as a Mayor’s design advocate for the Greater London Authority and became a non-executive director of the Major Project Association. She is a non-executive director of U+I, overseeing delivery of their commitments to community engagement in PPP projects.
In 2019, Sadie Morgan was appointed as a member to the Homes England board, the UK government’s housing accelerator. She recently founded the Quality of Life Foundation – a new independent body aimed at raising people’s quality of life and wellbeing through the improvement of the built environment.
Sadie lectures internationally on the work of dRMM and the importance of infrastructure which connects back to people and place. In 2013 she became the youngest president of the Architectural Association, and in 2016 she was appointed professor at the University of Westminster and awarded an honorary doctorate from London South Bank University.
In 2017, she was named New Londoner of the Year by the NLA for her work championing the importance of design at the highest political level and most recently she won ‘Female Architectural Leader of the Year’ at the BD awards and AJ100 Contribution to the Profession. In the New Years Honours 2020 she was awarded an OBE by the Queen for services to design advocacy in the built environment.