Dipl.-Ing. Arch (Bauhaus; combined BSc & MSc), AABC, ARB, S.P.A.B. Scholar, EASA, ASCHB

Mandy Lorenz

Mandy is a senior conservation architect accredited in building conservation (AABC) carrying out condition surveys and advising on the repair and reordering of historic buildings. She is an approved Inspecting Architect for Quinquennial Inspections in several dioceses (London, Southwark, Guildford, Oxford) and acts as an Advisory Architect for the Diocesan Advisory Committee Guildford.

Her most recent projects include Windsor Castle (external envelope repairs, internal redecoration), St. George’s Chapel/Windsor (access improvements) as well as Eton College (School Yard representation, feasibility study). In her 10 +years post qualification experience she has worked on listed buildings, Scheduled Ancient Monuments, including royal palaces, cathedrals, churches, country houses as well as domestic properties. Her portfolio includes various repairs (St. Paul’s Hounslow – HLF funded – building at risk, Marshcourt House), general refurbishments (Kensington Palace, Pigott Gallery), church extensions/re-orderings (St. Dunstan’s /Stepney) and access improvements (Kenwood House).

She was awarded the SPAB travel scholarship in 2010, travelling throughout the UK and abroad for nine months, studying complex repair issues of c.200 historic buildings. During this time, she met with specialist advisors, conservators, contractors and carried out practical site training days gaining practical experience.

Mandy studied architecture at the Bauhaus University in Weimar where she specialised in building conservation.