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Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and the Environment



Diane Haigh is an architect with a wide range of practice experience. She is currently a Director of Allies and Morrison, Architects where she has been involved in many major projects including the refurbishment of the Royal Festival Hall, the new planetarium for The Royal Observatory, Greenwich and the Faculty of English and Sidgwick Site masterplan for the University.

Currently she is co-authoring a book with Allies and Morrison, entitled ‘The Fabric of Place’ based on their wide urban design and masterplanning experience. This looks at design responses to pressures for urban growth in UK cities as well as abroad. It explores issues such as retaining the unique identity of places and making proposals that act as specific catalysts for growth.

Director of Allies and Morrison, Architects
Fellow and Director of Studies at Trinity Hall, the University of Cambridge
 Diane  Haigh
Not available for consultancy


Person keywords: 
architectural conservation on notable twentieth century buildings
bringing together a new Cities Initiative in the University
design review and advice to government on the built environment