Simone de Gale is a Chartered Architect, qualifying at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, United Kingdom. Her grandfather was an architect, and her family works in construction in London. At 10 years old, Simone knew she would become an architect.
Today, Simone de Gale is the head of the Simone de Gale Architects practice. In 2017, she became the winner of the Women in Construction Awards in the United Kingdom in the category «Architect of the Year».
Simone de Gale was invited as a Keynote Speaker for the Annual Stephen Lawrence Memorial Lecture in UK, and now continues to give keynote speeches at highly regarded architectural forums around the world. Simone was appointed RIBA Chairwoman Audit and Oversight Committee UK in 2018.
Simone de Gale Architects (SGA) is a revolutionary architect’s practice in Central London, UK, whose style is founded on working from a set of theoretical and mathematical principles, developing each project into an exploration of Rhythm, Pattern and Repetition of form and material. The innovative use of these classical rules of architecture informs direction, distance, timing and use of space. SGA embodies an ethos connecting directly to the original architect, Nature.
The company works internationally and has secured projects in UK, Croatia, UAE, USA, Armenia and other countries. SGA has recently secured a £200m valued master plan of a mixed-use project in Tbilisi (Georgia).