Sarah Considine is a first year tutor for BA Architecture and a regular contributor to Cass Cities. Sarah is also engaged in urban change through her role in the Mayor of London’s Regeneration team, working on place-shaping projects, strategies and research across London. She was a part of the Design for London team with Mark Brearley until 2013, leading collaborations and projects in and around the Lee Valley such as in Leyton, Walthamstow, Wood Street, Leamouth and Bromley by Bow. She is a founding associate of Cass Cities and Mark Brearley’s Office at the Cass. Sarah is a Master of Architecture graduate. She previously co-founded We Love the Suburbs, a design and research project that addressed change in suburban places through public participation, probing local policy, collaborative design and built form. She has worked in a research capacity on projects like Collaborative and Participatory Stories with CABE case study library, Field: Journal, Shelter Centre'sonline emergency shelter library and 'Using Human Urine in Mud Brick Construction' with Architects 4 Aid and the University of Sheffield. Sarah has also worked in private architectural practice and has taught in schools of architecture in London and Sheffield.
- MA Spatial Planning and Urban Design