Sarah Curran

Associate Director

As comfortable working in a heritage environment as delivering a contemporary residential tower, Sarah’s portfolio of work epitomises the practice’s generalist ethos.

With a keen interest in building conservation, Sarah has worked on some of the practice’s key heritage projects, including a masterplan and refurbishment works for Cliveden House Hotel, a Grade I listed hotel in Berkshire and a Conservation Plan in Bedford Square.

Two Fifty One, a residential tower and adjacent office building posed a different range of challenges. Employing extensive prefabrication, Sarah led the project through detailed design and construction. Sarah played a key role in the delivery of the tallest building within the St Andrew's development and more recently she led a planning application for affordable homes in Hoxton. She is an active member of both our Housing and Conservation Groups and was drawn to the practice’s contextual design approach and well-crafted buildings.

Sarah has completed the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings’ (SPAB) ‘Repair of Old Buildings‘ course and is a RIBA Conservation Registrant. Sarah has tutored at the London School of Architecture. She studied architecture at University College Dublin and has previously worked in practice in Dublin.