Harriet joined Purcell in 2013 and is an experienced and accredited Conservation Architect.
Her career in the London studio at Purcell has focused on conservation and sensitive refurbishment to significant historic and listed buildings. She has strong skills in the conservation of buildings, as well as creative design within historic contexts. Harriet’s excellent collaborative working approach means she is successful in designing and delivering with project teams, contractors and conservators.
In 2019, Harriet attended the Attingham Summer School which examined the architectural and social history of the historic country house in Britain and its garden and landscape setting, as well as studying the contents of those buildings. She now specialises in the reinstatement and design of historic interior decorative schemes. She also has a keen interest in architectural conservation and reinstatement after disasters, focusing on fire damage in the UK and architectural charity projects abroad including disaster preparedness workshops in Myanmar.