Hattie joined the AJ in 2006 and created the role of sustainability editor in 2008. She writes a monthly AJ column on sustainability and has a wide network of industry contacts both in the UK and abroad. Hattie regularly lectures on mainstreaming green design and serves on industry juries, including the annual AJ Retrofit Awards and the RIBA President’s Medal for Research (2016). She represents the AJ on Open-City’s Sustainability Soundings Board and is a UK ambassador for the LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction.
Her forthcoming book for RIBA Publishing, Energy, People, Buildings, is co-authored with Judit Kimpian and Sofie Pelsmakers. Hattie guest-edited AD Brazil: Restructuring the Urban (2016), Atelier Ten’s Invisible Architecture (2015) and is the author of London 2012: Sustainable Design, John Wiley & Sons (2011).
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Zumthor thinks he ‘can only do so much’ to protect the environment – but there are plenty of ways architects can effect policy change, writes Hattie Hartman
This community space and nursery school is a highlight of the new North West Cambridge development, writes Hattie Hartman. Film and photography Jim Stephenson
A generous approach to knowledge-sharing and a host of other initiatives made Pollard Thomas Edwards the clear winner in this category
Power dressing: KieranTimberlake’s US EmbassySubscription
A single-minded pursuit of environmental performance has usurped architectural delight and the new US Embassy lacks the elegance of its predecessor, says Hattie Hartman. Photography Richard Bryant
Should all masterplans be landscape-led?Subscription
There is a growing argument that landscape should drive the layout of the buildings rather than the other way around, says Hattie Hartman
The ‘exceptional’ Derwenthorpe Phase One housing development in York by Studio Partington has been named best sustainable building at the AJ Architecture Awards
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’s ‘intelligently restrained’ City offices have triumphed in the refurbishment category at the AJ Architecture Awards
This huge leisure complex, intended to regenerate an area of Southampton, has won Leisure Project of the Year at the AJ Architecture Awards
Young Newcastle practice MawsonKerr Architects has triumphed in the Health & Wellbeing category of the AJ Architecture Awards with its Sunbeams Music Centre
The appointment of a carbon profiling expert to advise the Stirling Prize jury is a welcome move, but the RIBA could go further, says Hattie Hartman