Sarah Hollingworth

A qualified architect, Sarah joined 00 in 2007 and has expertise in both architectural design and participatory processes, specialising in education and community projects. She has worked on community engagement and co-design projects, including the Tottenham - Your Ideas Here event, the development and implementation of the HCA-award winning Sense of Place project in Birmingham, co-founding The Common Room Norwich and was the architect for the Action Aid Global Platform.  

Sarah was project architect of SOAR Works, a BREEAM Excellent-rated 3,600sqm new-build local enterprise centre for a community-led regeneration partnership in North Sheffield, that won several RIBA awards, and has been shortlisted for the RICS awards in 2014.

Sarah is currently working on Dine in Southall - commissioned by Ealing Borough Council to undertake a detailed feasibility study into the sustainable long term use of the Grade II listed Manor House in Southall, incorporating a new ‘Dine in Southall’ project.

Also Sarah was the client’s architect for the refurbishment for Sir John Cass Hall, and is a Glasshouse Enabler. Sarah was nominated for the RIBA Silver medal in 2007 and has tutored at the University of Sheffield and Bedfordshire and ran the Tower Hamlets Summer University course ‘Getting into Architecture’ that aims to broaden diversity in the architectural profession.