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Sadie Morgan to judge AR Schools Awards

Sadie Morgan will sit alongside AR editor Christine Murray and two other judges yet to be revealed to award world’s best schools

Sadie Morgan, founding director of dRMM and immediate past president of the AA, will be a judge for the AR Schools awards.

Morgan’s design expertise includes dRMM’s Dura, a radical reconfigurable modular design for an ‘Exemplar’ school of the future. The practice’s thought-provoking education buildings include St Albans Academy and Clapham Manor Primary School, both in the UK.

With the AR Schools awards, the Architectural Review is seeking the most exciting places of learning in the world - from kindergartens to universities, nurseries to high schools.

AR Schools is a chance to be recognised on the global stage as a leading designer of spaces for learning. The winner will receive extensive coverage in the Architectural Review in print, in the AR app and online - and feature in a mini-film.

For more information, and to enter the awards, visit

The deadline for entries is 7 August.

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