Andrew Harris

Andrew is an Architect Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC) and tends to focus on the boundary between architecture and archaeology; change, repair and failure are often found together and their understanding helps to employ a rigorous and practical approach to building conservation.

Andrew’s experience has included surveys at the Queens House, Greenwich and have ranged from small churches to Estates and Palaces. As consultant to Historic Royal Palaces at Hampton Court, Andrew advises on multi-phase and long-term projects including Base Court phases III-VI, Great Hall and Buttery roofs, Tiltyard Tower, Chapel Royal and Tijou ironwork conservation, with new design work including the Wine Fountain and award winning Anne Boleyn Gates.

Other commissions include his role as Conservation Architect for the award winning Cowdray Ruins, Kew Palace Royal Kitchen, external fabric and roof repairs to the Dean’s and award winning Canon’s Cloisters at Windsor Castle and several phases of works at Dorchester Abbey including the Cloister Pentice Gallery.

Andrew is a regular host to site tours and speaker which has included universities, ASCHB and SPAB.