Mary Duggan BA(Hons) Dip Arch RIBA RIAI, founding director of Mary Duggan Architects, graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 1997 and was a founding director of Duggan Morris Architects from 2004-2017. During her directorship at Duggan Morris Architects the practice attained numerous industry awards for design excellence, including ten RIBA National and Regional Awards, three Civic Trust Awards, three nominations for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture (Mies van der Rohe Award), The Stephen Lawrence Prize, The Manser Medal, and achieved consideration for the RIBA Stirling Prize on three separate occasions. The work of Duggan Morris Architects has been published in many international journals including The Architectural Review, Domus, Detail and Baumeister; and nationally, The Architects’ Journal, Architecture Today, and The RIBA Journal. Mary is currently on the London Borough of Camden’s Design Review Panel and has served on many other design review panels for governing authorities including the RIBA Education Committee, the RIBA International, National and Regional Awards Panel and has judged the Stephen Lawrence Prize, the Manser Medal, the RIBA Bronze Medal. Mary is currently teaching at Kingston Univesity and has been involved in teaching and examining at numerous universities including Brighton University, Oxford Brookes University, Bartlett School of Architecture and Univesitat de Girona and has lectured widely on the work of the practice. Mary Duggan Architects is concerned with the experiential and material qualities of architecture, constantly reaching out for new motivations to change the field of influence; to invigorate and give spirit to the studio dynamics working methods and expression. Mary has had work published in numerous architectural journals including The Architectural Review, the Architects’ Journal, Architecture Today and OASE Journal.