Stephanie is ambitious for our plans to improve the sustainability drive of the practice, pushing us to think about what is possible and how we can develop things further. She is aware of the importance of networking and engaging with organisations, and this ensures Morrow + Lorraine are at the forefront of sustainable knowledge.
Leading the practice’s sustainability agenda, Stephanie spearheads the conversation on designing low carbon buildings and spaces that use circular construction methods. She is instigating the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge metrics, outlining sustainable design principles for projects, undertaking embodied carbon assessments on new schemes, producing post-occupancy evaluations, and promoting climate literacy in the office. Stephanie is also a certified Passivhaus Designer and a coordinator of the Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN) Natural Materials working group.
Stephanie studied Architecture at the Royal College of Art in London and previously worked at RCKa, a practice that has built its reputation on socially responsive architecture. Joining Morrow + Lorraine has allowed her to drive innovation in a more commercial environment, develop her sustainable approach and help shape the future of our practice. She is naturally collaborative and creative, which helps projects to run smoothly and have exceptional results.