Sarah Featherstone is an architect and co-Director of Featherstone Young, a practice with expertise in place-making and social engagement.
Sarah studied architecture at Kingston University, The Architectural Association and the Bartlett, UCL. She teaches at Central St Martins and the Welsh School of Architecture has been a visiting critic and external examiner at various UK architecture schools and is currently on the Islington, Southwark and Camden Design Review panels.
Featherstone Young has won many awards including RIBA awards for SERICC Crisis center, Ty Hedfan a new-build house in Wales, Dellow center for the homeless, Waddington Studios and the renovation of the heritage landmark Jack Windmill in Sussex. Sarah is interested in how architecture can capture the character and identity of a place and stimulate, rather than dictate, social interaction.