Hannah Reynolds BA (Hons), M Arch, RIBA AABC
Hannah has focused her architectural career on historic buildings for the last ten years and qualified as an Architect in 2010. She was an SPAB Lethaby Scholar in 2013, during which she studied conservation and traditional building techniques with a number of eminent architects, engineers and craftspeople throughout the UK and Europe. Hannah continues to be directly involved with the work of the Society and supports the Scholarship as a Trustee of the Dance Scholarship Trust. Hannah is currently studying part-time towards a Masters in Building Archaeology at the University of York.
In addition to being registered with the Architects Registration Board and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Hannah is an Architect Accredited in Building Conservation. Hannah is also a member of ICOMOS-UK, the SPAB, the Vernacular Architecture Group, the William Morris Society and is a friend of SAVE Britain’s Heritage.
Since joining Nick Cox Architects in early 2014 Hannah has worked on a wide range of historic building projects from parish churches and Winchester Cathedral to National Trust properties, Broughton Castle and private estates.