Two young architects to guide government infrastructure work

Petra marko of marko and placemakers

Panel of 16 young professionals picked from 500 entries

Two architects are among 16 young professionals picked by Sadie Morgan to help shape Britain’s infrastructure.

Petra Marko, co-founder of Marko & Placemakers who was on the winning VeloCity team for the Oxford-Cambridge corridor competition, and Madeleine Kessler, a project architect with Haptic, were chosen from 500 entries for seats on the Young Professionals Panel.

The panellists will inform the work of the National Infrastructure Commission, which is headed by John Armitt, and give a voice to the sector’s future leaders.

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