Cordula joined the practice in 2008 and is now a Consultant. She has nearly twenty years of experience as a heritage and design advisor, and has led heritage and townscape strategy, design development and planning negotiations for many complex sites in London and nationally. Among her clients are London’s Great Estates, including The Crown Estate and Grosvenor, private developers, including Stanhope and Endurance Land, and charitable organisations, including the Canal and River Trust. Cordula sits on the Design Review Panels for the London boroughs of Hackney, Lambeth and Islington. She was educated at the Bartlett School, the Sorbonne in Paris and Berlin’s Humboldt University.
Cordula has been a member of the IHBC for most of her career. She was previously a project director for Publica, a conservation officer at Islington Council and an advisor for the Twentieth Century Society. Cordula has written on new architecture and on building conservation for a range of British and European magazines and publications.