Sarah Habershon

BA (Hons) MArch, ARB


Sarah studied at the University of Sheffield, where her work had a strong social agenda focused on participation in architecture and user led design.

She graduated in 2014 and went to work at Hawkins\Brown, where she completed her RIBA Part III.  She gained a range of experience across different stages and sectors, focusing on higher education and residential.  She worked on the delivery of the RIBA National Award winning Beecroft Building for Oxford University, a technically challenging high specification laboratory with write up and collaboration space.  She was also part of the team who won the inaugural Architecture LGBT+ float competition for London Pride in 2018, where she was involved in the project from concept design to completion and responsible for the project management.

Outside of practice Sarah mentors students through a charity supporting students from diverse backgrounds and is part of the Architecture LGBT+ committee.