Johanna Roethe


Johanna joined AHP in 2010. She read History of Art and Architecture at the Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, and at Trinity College, Dublin, and subsequently completed a Master's degree in the Conservation of Historic Buildings at the University of Bath. She has worked for the Church of England's Cathedral and Church Buildings Division, English Heritage and the RIBA Drawings Collection, gaining experience with a range of building types, as well as in different aspects of building conservation and historical research. She is a member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.

Her recent publications include articles on 'William Ranger and his artificial stone at Ickworth' in the Georgian Group Journal (2013), and on the twentieth-century campaign to save Temple Manor, Strood, Kent, in Archaeologia Cantiana (2015). Her article on inter-war town halls will be published in volume 13 of Twentieth Century Architecture: the Journal of the Twentieth Century Society (forthcoming). She is also interested in sculpture and material culture of the early nineteenth century, including the display, reception and collecting of sculpture and decorative arts.

Contact Johanna:
Telephone: 079 6020 9100