Ann Griffin. BSc(Bath)BArch ARB RIBA
Born: London 1964. Educated at the University of Bath and Stadelschule Frankfurt-am-Main Germany. She has been practicing since 1989 and has been director of Meadowcroft Griffin Architects since 2001.
From 1992 to 1994 she was partner in her own practice carrying out urban design studies for Shoreditch and Hackney Central. She practiced with Haworth Tompkins Architects from 1994 to 2000 and was an Associate from 1998. She was project architect for the Lottery Funded Royal Court Theatre refurbishment Sloane Square London and Dr Martens factory in North amp ton and was involved in the development of the refurbishment of the Regents Park Open Air Theatre in London. She has taught design at the Bartlett School of Architecture and at the University of Cambridge. Her key concern is the development of education and social infrastructure projects within the broader urban framework, and the influence they may have within the life of a community. She is also involved in developing consultation approaches for use on these and other projects. Ann has been responsible for several Sure Start projects, the recently completed Lauriston Primary School in Hackney, and the development of numerous other primary schools throughout London.