BSc BArch (Hons) GradDiplCons (AA) ARB RIBA SCA
Faye Davies is an architect with expertise in the conservation of historic buildings. Faye has been the Project Architect for a number of projects at the Grade I listed headquarters of the Royal Society in Carlton House Terrace. These include the refurbishment of the space previously occupied by the Society's library, to create the Royal Society Centre for the History of Science, providing study, exhibition, and meeting facilities in an atmosphere that reflects the Society's commitment to excellence and inspiration and equally provides for the safe-keeping of its collections.
At UWC Atlantic College, Faye has been the Project Architect for the refurbishment of the Great Hall and the Library in their Grade I listed medieval St Donat's Castle and the remodelling of the Grade II listed Cavalry Barracks to form a Pre-IB Centre for the college, providing teaching and accommodation facilities for 15- and 16-year-old students.
Faye has recently been contributing her expertise as a Conservation Architect to the proposals for the refurbishment of the Picture House, Campbeltown, a Grade A listed cinema on the west coast of Scotland and as Project Architect for the remodelling and extension of the Grade I listed York Guildhall. She has completed the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings 'The Repair of Old Buildings' course, has a Graduate Diploma in Building Conservation from the Architectural Association and is on the RIBA Register of Conservation Architects at Specialised Conservation Architect (SCA) level.