One of the leading women of her generation, as DSDHA Director, Deborah Saunt has led several mixed-use, residential and cultural schemes, as well as a number of significant public spaces in the UK. She has worked on the rejuvenation of Camden’s West End in London and is currently leading the restoration of Alison & Peter Smithsons’ Economist Plaza. 

Alongside her practice as architect and urban designer, Deborah is also active in teaching and research. Having recently completed a PhD as part of the RMIT Practice Research Programme, as well as a Research Fellowship in the Built Environment (awarded by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851), she is now a member of various prestigious advisory boards and judging panels. Moreover she regularly writes and broadcast about architecture and pressing urban issues. 

Deborah has taught widely in the UK, in Switzerland, USA and, most recently, in Spain. In 2015 she has co-founded the London School of Architecture (LSA), with the aims to democratise architectural education and bridge the gap between practice and academia.
  1. The Mansion, Marylebone Lane
  2. Broadgate Public Realm
  3. Stockwell Urban Vision
  4. Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
  5. Central Somers Town Masterplan
  6. Potters Fields Park Pavilions
  7. Albertopolis Public Realm
  8. West End Public Realm
  9. South Molton Street Public Realm
  10. Waterloo City Square
  11. Smithson Plaza
  12. Piccadilly
  13. Kennington Lane
  14. Shaftesbury Avenue
  15. South Molton Street Building
  16. Blossom Street
  17. Neal Street
  18. Covert House
  19. Corner House
  20. Suffolk House
  21. Abell & Cleland
  22. Vesta House, Olympic Village
  23. Wardour Street
  24. Empress Works
  25. Hales Street House / Studio
  26. Alex Monroe Studio
  27. Edmund de Waal Studio and Gallery II
  28. Edmund de Waal Studio I
  29. Tampere Art Museum
  30. York Museums Trust
  31. Christ's College
  32. Pond Meadow School
  33. Møller Centre, Cambridge
  34. St Anne's SureStart Centre
  35. John Perry Nursery & Children's Centre