Annalie Riches RIBA is co-founder of Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects, which was established in 2005. The practice specialises in sustainable design and housing, both for private developers and Housing Associations. They won ‘Housing Architect of the Year’ 2009, and were runners up for Young Architect of the Year 2007. They have won Housing Design Awards for 3 years consecutively and made the Stirling Prize mid-list for their Clay Field project in Suffolk. They have just won the project for the first ecohouse in Whitehill Bordon Ecotown.
Annalie graduated from Sheffield University and North London University, and was selected for the RIBA Silver Medal for her Diploma work. She has worked for engineers RFR Peter Rice in Paris and Edward Cullinan Architects, before spending a year building her own house at Whatcott’s Yard in Stoke Newington, one of a series of 3 self build houses, which won an RIBA award as well as the AJ First Building Award. Annalie is currently teaching at diploma level at Kingston University and in the past has taught at London Met and UeL, and lectured both in UK and abroad.