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Stephanie Edwards

Areas of Expertise

Stephanie has been recognised by the Design Museum and the London Festival of Architecture as a practice for their 'architecture for a new generation' whilst also being nominated for a h100 architecture and design award. She is leading on a Regeneration Framework in Croydon, working on the UN Habitat's Global Future Cities Programme and 're-imagining' the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton which has been recognised by RIBAJ MacEwen Awards 2021.

Stephanie was previously an elected Council member of RIBA, is currently a Board member for Architecture Lobby, and is an advisory group member for UKBEAG. She was also celebrated as a 'force for change' by Vogue, alongside Baroness Lawrence in its 2019 seminal September issue. She continues to focus on delivering social value through a variety of project types and scales to facilitate the building of inclusive, equitable and progressive communities at a variety of scales from intensive community engagement and the development of demographically representative community groups to large scale masterplanning schemes.

Stephanie Edwards