Anna Joynt

Associate Director

From conservation management plans to detailed renovations, Anna is a conservation architect with a wide ranging and historically diverse portfolio. Her expertise finds its way into many of our projects.

Her recent work includes a masterplan for Grade l listed Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey and the first refurbishment in fifty years for the Old Granary at Darwin College, Cambridge. Her conservation plans range from a Grade1 listed London townhouse, to a ruined 1930s lido, to the Royal Festival Hall, collaborating on the conservation management plan for the Southbank Centre. She co-authored the York Central design guide and developed a Heritage Management Agreement for Grade l listed East Wing of Cliveden House to reconcile its listed status with its current use as a fully functioning hotel. She has also guided our project for the new social facilities for Oxford’s Grade l listed Oriel College,and is the project architect for a major repair project for the Grade I listed Holland House in London.

An RIBA Advanced Conservation Course guest lecturer, Anna lectures widely and is a member of the judging panel for the Church Architecture Awards, Vice President of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association, and Trustee of the Zibby Garnett Travel Fellowship. Originally from Salisbury and an admirer of Bernard Rudofsky’s architecture without architects, she trained at Cambridge and the AA.