Deborah Saunt established the architectural studio DSDHA in 1998 with David Hills. Their work blurs the boundaries between landscape and architecture, art and urbanism, and questions our preconceptions of the city. Current projects include a gateway residential building for London’s Olympic Village, the mixed-use Silver Building in Soho and a landmark new building on South Molton Street, Westminster - “London’s answer to the Flat Iron” (Evening Standard, March 2009), as well as several urban design projects throughout the UK.
In addition to her practice, Deborah is guest professor at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, and is a member of various prestigious panels, including the RIBA Awards Group, the AD Editorial Board and architectural advisor for Campus de la Paix, Geneva. Deborah also writes and broadcasts on architecture.