MA Dip Arch (Cantab) RIBA FRSA Consultant
Stefanie Fischer is an architect with specialist knowledge in the design of film and media facilities. She also has experience working on historic buildings, including projects for institutional clients. She has worked on a wide range of residential and regeneration projects for private and public sector clients. Community consultation is an important part of her work and she shares her expertise by participating in conferences, teaching, serving on advisory bodies and engaging with architectural education as an external examiner. She brings strong management skills to all her projects.
Stefanie was the principal in charge of the refurbishment of the Grade I listed headquarters of the Royal Society at Carlton House Terrace in London and the refurbishment and remodelling of one of the country’s finest early Georgian country house estates, Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire, to establish the Kavli Royal Society International Centre for Science.
Cinema and media projects have included Kino Hawkhurst, the first digital cinema in the UK; Broadway, Nottingham’s Media Centre; Norwich Cinema City, listed Grade I; and the Scala Cinema and Arts Centre in Prestatyn.
Her current and recent projects include, a new three-screen community cinema in Lewes, Sussex; a new Sports Hall for UWC Atlantic College in South Wales; and the refurbishment and remodelling of Campbeltown Picture House, a Grade A listed cinema.