Deborah Saunt is a founding director of award-winning practice DSDHA, established with David Hills in 1998, which has won many international competitions. She has taught at the Royal College of Art, the University of Cambridge and the AA, and has been a visiting critic and examiner at numerous schools of architecture. She lectures, broadcasts and writes extensively on architecture for the RIBA, the Architecture Foundation, Channel 4, ITV and the BBC among others. DSDHA's work has been featured around the world in publications as diverse as Vogue, The Architects' Journal and Icon.
Saunt has been the judge of prestigious awards on many occasions, including this year's RIBA Gold medal.