Lynne Sullivan OBE is a co-founding partner of sustainableBYdesign, born out of the design arm of Inbuilt which she joined as Design Director in 2008. Previously she was Director of Sustainability at Broadway Malyan Architects 2000-2008, one of the top 25 architecture practices in the world. Lynne was also Associate Director at ECD Architects 1991-2000, a practice which was unique in combining architectural services with energy and environmental consultancy.
Lynne has an outstanding track record as a Project Architect specialising in sustainable and low-energy developments, of which many have won awards and competitions. Most notably, she won the UK Government’s first Zero CO2 Housing Competition in 1999 (with Nigel Craddock at ECD).
Her work as Project Architect also includes workplace buildings, for a low-carbon office for BP at Sunbury, and for the International Faculty Building for Royal Holloway College University of London in 2000.
Lynne is a member of the Government’s Green Construction Board, RIBA’s Sustainable Futures Committee, is an Architectural Adviser to the RIBA Competitions Office, and sits on the National Design Review Panel of the Design Commission for Wales as well as the Cambridge Quality Panel.
She was awarded the OBE in 2011 for services to architecture in the New Years Honours List.