Katharine Maclean - Associate Director
BA (Hons) Int Des, MArch, MSc, CA, ARB,
Katharine joined Nash Baker Architects in 2013, and is an experienced, enthusiastic, and ambitious Architect with strong communication skills; whose strengths include self-motivation, forward thinking, and a passion for good design. She is primarily familiar with the residential sector; excelling in renovation work to historic and listed buildings.
Katharine is a fully chartered Architect and registered Conservation Architect (CA), and achieved a Distinction in her MArch from Kent School of Architecture. She also holds a degree in Interior Design, an RIBA award for a student thesis project, and recently completed an MSc in Building Conservation (with Distinction) through the University of York.
Katharine has also spent a number of years as a part-time design tutor at the Kent School of Architecture, and has been fortunate enough to be invited to give lectures both there, and at the Glasgow School of Art.
Since working at Nash Baker Architects, she has been the lead Architect for projects which have been shortlisted for the RIBA Regional Awards and the Brick Awards.