MA (Cantab) Dip Arch RIBA AABC
Kathryn studied architecture at Cambridge University, winning the Alfred Hall Prior Scholarship, Carter Prize, and Scullard Fund for the study of historic British architecture. Kathryn has professional experience specialising in historic building conservation, new build residential, and public buildings. At her previous practice in Bath, projects ranged from a 16th century farmhouse to a martial arts dojo in Bath.
Since joining RGA, Kathryn has been responsible for leading a range of projects of national significance, including: numerous projects at St. Albans Cathedral (RGA’s work at the Abbey has been awarded a RIBA National Award), the £7m restoration of 55-91 Kightsbridge London, and the creative revitalisation of the Lupton Hall and Memorial Library at Bedales School.