New London Architecture

Sarah Yates

Researcher

New London Architecture

Sarah Yates
Sarah Yates is a Researcher at New London Architecture. She studied art and architectural history at Leeds University and then undertook an MA in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University, where she focused on curating architecture outside of the traditional museum environment. 

Sarah has worked as a freelance curator, editor, researcher and programme manager for several heritage and built environment organisations including English Heritage and Open-City, as well as NLA. She has co-authored several major NLA reports since 2006, most recently in 2020 Knowledge Networks: London and the Ox-Cam Arc and The Changing Face of London.

Sarah is also an accredited member of the City of Westminster Guide Lecturers’ Association (Westminster Guides).

Latest contributions

Living, Learning, Legacy

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

22 August 2022

Living, Learning, Legacy

Sarah Yates sets out the context of our special extended feature on the 10 years since the London Olympics and the impact it has had on the city.

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NLA Report Launch, WRK/LDN: Office revolution?

Work

20 May 2021

NLA Report Launch, WRK/LDN: Office revolution?

Marking the launch of the NLA report WRK/LDN: Office revolution? and after a year of working from home, we look at how workspaces across London have evolved adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic and how...

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