BA(Hons) M(Arch) PGDip RIBA
Alanah joined Caroe Architecture in 2016 after completion of her Master of Architecture (RIBA part II) and has since followed this with a PG Diploma (RIBA part III) course at Newcastle University in 2017, where she was awarded a distinction and diploma prize.
Starting nearly ten years ago, she commenced her work in the heritage sector as a volunteer for the National Trust at The Red House in Bexleyheath. In between periods of academic study, she worked for a large practice specialising in work to historic buildings in both London and York, working in a range of historic sectors before focusing on Church and Cathedral projects. Recent projects include delivering the latest major campaign of stonework repairs, alongside assisting with feasibility study and initial designs for a major extension at Ripon Cathedral. At St Paul’s Cathedral, Alanah has been involved with both design and project running, notably the new glazed porches on Stone Gallery, the external viewing gallery at the base of St Paul’s great dome.
Alanah was awarded 2nd place in the 2017 Philip Webb Award from the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) for her scheme for a Conservation School, regenerating Zanzibar’s historic capital, Stone Town.