Hattie Hartman is an American architect, planner and journalist, based in London since 1991. She is sustainability editor at The Architects’ Journal (AJ), a position she created in 2008 after joining the journal’s editorial team in 2006. She is responsible for the AJ’s dedicated coverage of sustainable design in the built environment and maintains close relationships with leading practitioners in this area in both the UK and abroad. She lectures on mainstreaming green design and various technical aspects of sustainability and frequently assesses projects for their sustainability credentials.
Hattie is the author of London 2012: Sustainable Design (John Wiley & Sons, 2012), editor of Atelier Ten’s Invisible Architecture (Laurence King, 2015) and a co-author of the forthcoming Energy, People, Buildings for RIBA Publishing. Hattie also guest-edited AD Brazil: Restructuring the Urban (April 2016) prior to the Olympic Games in Rio.
Hattie frequently chairs specialist sustainable design seminars, for organisations such as Foster + Partners, the Landscape Institute and the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products. Hattie is also a LafargeHolcim Awards Ambassador, supporting the LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction in the UK.