Sarah is an architectural and multidisciplinary designer, interested in the theatre of social, cultural and political interactions surrounding spatial design.
She completed her BSc (Hons) Architecture Degree at The Bartlett School Of Architecture in 2019 and worked as a Part One Architectural Assistant at Tigg + Coll Architects. She has also taken part in an international student workshop and exhibition at Venice Biennale in 2016 and had an Architectural Assistant placement at Rodney Melville + Partners.
At the RCA, Sarah’s work reflects her interests in socio-economic issues and sustainable design. Utilising the metaphor of ‘Shed Land’, she has developed a series of urban fixtures, to propose sustainable solutions to socio-economic issues caused by the financial crisis. She is interested in how these fixtures operate in the urban landscape as a form of ‘Culinary Diplomacy’, to promote specified daily interactions while catering to specific target groups. Engaging with a range of media including, film, collage, and model making, her practice explores the question of ‘who has a seat at the table?’