DSDHA is an award-winning practice established in 1998 by Deborah Saunt and David Hills.
Their projects span from macro-scaled urban strategies and infrastructure studies through to highly acclaimed individual crafted buildings, which celebrate the act of making and materiality within architecture.
These projects have evolved through a unique design methodology that deploys tactics developed across 15 years of parallel research in academia and on the ground.
DSDHA’s work has been recognised with 17 RIBA Awards in the last decade and has twice been nominated for the European Union Mies Van Der Rohe Prize for Contemporary Architecture.
The studio is heavily involved in education, currently teaching at a number of London universities, including the RCA, AA, CASS, LSA and Westminster.