Sarah is an architect, curator and lecturer who specialises in contemporary design and architecture. Her training at the Bartlett School of Architecture and experience in international and local practice working from small to large scale mixed-use building typologies provide a holistic understanding of space from different perspectives and promotion of exchange between different disciplines and cultures with emphasis on placemaking and public participation. Sarah is also co-founder of SKY YUTAKA, a multi-disciplinary design studio, working in the field of Architecture, Landscape and research. As part of their practice, they are active in design focused exhibitions including curation and design for public exhibitions with a broad range of institutions, local and international artists, from young emerging to established artists to encourage an international cross-cultural exchange whilst respecting the local and contextual environment. She has previously served as jury member of the A&D Trophy Awards, IFVA Media Art category and member of the advisory committees for the Ha Bik Chuen Archive and AAA Open Platform Art Basel. In teaching roles including Adjunct Associate Professor at CUHK in the Advanced Architectural Design Studio (MArch), Sarah is active in the promotion of the built environment, academic and cultural integration; she is an elected member of the Education and Cultural spaces programme of the International Union of Architects representing the Asia region and serves on HKIA and RIBA (HK) Chapter committees and has served as elected Vice Chair and Honorary Secretary of the RIBA (HK Chapter), Chair of the Education Sub-Committee and Change the Record advocate for diversity and equality.