Sarah Graham is a founding partner of agps architecture in Los Angeles and Zurich. Built work includes an experimental house in the Hollywood Hills, the Midfield Terminal at the Zurich International Airport, headquarters expansion for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) near Geneva, the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles, and the Portland Aerial Tram in Portland, Oregon.
Sarah's work has been published extensively and recognized by the American Institute of Architects with a 2008 Honor Award for the Portland Aerial Tram project; the 2002 Next LA Award for the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles; and the 2000 Next LA Award for Herzo Base with Adidas World of Sports in Germany. She has taught at USC, RISD, Harvard's Graduate School of Design, UC Berkeley, and Nanjing University.
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Stanford University; a Masters of Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design; and attended the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich).