Lynne Sullivan OBE


Architect and Partner, sustainableBYdesign

Lynne Sullivan is a practising Architect and Partner of sustainableBYdesign, an architecture and design practice who were finalists in all three 2010–2012 BRE national Passivhaus Housing Competitions and who specialise in low-energy new and retrofit projects in a range of sectors. The practice was born from the design arm of Inbuilt which Lynne joined as Design Director in 2008. Previously she was Sustainability Director for 9 years at Broadway Malyan, and for 10 years Associate Director at ECD Architects, where she was winner of the UK's first government-sponsored Zero CO2 housing competition with co-author Nigel Craddock. Lynne is a member of local and national design review panels and part of the multidisciplinary thinktank 'The Edge'.

As a Member of the Government's Building Regulations Advisory Committee, Lynne has chaired the review of Parts L and F since 2008, and has authored and chairs a number of research projects for the Zero Carbon Hub and others. She also chaired the Expert Panel for the Scottish Government whose report “A Low Carbon Building Standards Strategy for Scotland” was published in 2007. She was awarded an OBE for services to Architecture in 2011, and is a member of the Government's Green Construction Board.

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01 January 2013 | by

Lynne Sullivan OBE looks at how to change ethos and embed sustainability at all stages of a construction project.

01 March 2012 | by

The Royal Institute of British Architects has launched an invaluable new sustainability guide for architects.