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Women in Sustainable Architecture: Sarah Lewis

Director at bere:architects

Sarah Lewis is a director at bere:architects, where the ethos is focused on low-energy and Passivhaus design. She has a strong interest in how sustainable practices can be incorporated into all types of architecture. Lewis became qualified as a certified Passivhaus designer after completing Camden Passivhaus.

At bere:architects she leads a team of certified Passivhaus designers and has special responsibility for planning and co-ordination of Building Performance Monitoring and Evaluation projects.

Lewis has lectured and been a guest critic at a number of architecture schools and has spoken at many conferences, including the International Passivhaus Conference in Innsbruck, 2011. Lewis is well known for her work on developing uptake of Passivhaus construction in the UK. She is writing a book for RIBA about using the Passivhaus Planning Package.

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