Susi Wellings is an Architect with 15 years experience, primarily in the Museum and Gallery sector. Prior to the founding of SJW Architects Susi was an Associate at Rogers, Stirk, Harbour & Partners (formerly Richard Rogers Architects) where she worked for eight years on the World Exhibitions and Conservation Centre at the British Museum. Susi also spent three years with multiple Sterling Prize winners Wilkinson Eyre Architects. In between these two large practices Susi spent two years with Architecture for Humanity, as Country Director & Architect in Sri Lanka, carrying out post-tsunami reconstruction projects. Her work there saw her shortlisted for Aga Khan Awards 2010 session and winner of the Observer Ethical Awards for ‘Innovation of the Year’ 2006.
Susi studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, receiving a double distinction for Diploma and the Sir Andrew Taylor Prize for Technical Dissertation.
Susi worked in 2015 as a Consultant Architect for Jo Cowen Architects as Project Architect for three high-end private residential refurbishment projects in West London. Susi is also involved with the design and implementation of a charity project in Sub-Saharan Africa as well as teaching Technology to Master Students at the University of Kent.
She also likes fishing.