Kat Scott

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As Sustainability & Regenerative Design Manager, Kat develops strategies and conducts research in light of dRMM’s ‘Architects Declare a Climate and Bio-diversity Emergency’ commitments. Kat is passionate about mitigating the impacts of construction on the wider environment, and advocates for decarbonisation of the industry. Kat was a Steering Group Member for Architects Declare UK for two years, volunteers at the London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) and has been a coordinator at ACAN, focusing on biodiversity and ecological issues. Kat also sits on the Mayor’s Young Professionals Panel, and on the Oxford Design Review Panel as a sustainability specialist.

Awarded with a Distinction in MArch Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, Kat’s final drawing ‘Archiving the Anthropocene’ was exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in 2018, curated by Grayson Perry and Piers Gogh. Kat previously worked at Carl Turner Architects on ‘meanwhile’ schemes, and at Hawkins\Brown, based at Arup’s office, on the delivery of Crossrail. At Undergraduate level, she achieved First Class in BArch Architecture from the University of Nottingham.

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