Sarah Curran

Sarah joined Allies and Morrison in 2010 having previously worked in Dublin. Sarah studied at University College Dublin and spent a year in Sweden studying at KTH Stockholm. At Allies and Morrison, Sarah has gained experience through to completion on site for a number of residential projects, as well as building conservation work.

Sarah was the project architect for one of the three residential buildings within the St Andrews masterplan in Bromley-by-Bow, London, leading the detail design of a 27 storey residential tower with retail and community facilities.

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

Currently, Sarah is project architect for Two Fifty One, a mixed-use development located in Elephant and Castle, comprising a 41 storey residential tower and an adjacent 8 storey commercial building.

In 2013, Sarah completed the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings’ (SPAB) ‘Repair of Old Buildings’ course and is currently working towards achieving accreditation as an RIBA Conservation Architect.