Katherine has directed interiors projects across a range of sectors since the foundation PCKO, an AHR company, in 1982.
Some of the most significant projects she has been involved in include Swansea Foyer; film production offices in Kentish Town for the late Anthony Minghella; private residences throughout the UK and Europe; the radical remodelling of Hayes school in Kent; the interiors of a Family visitor centre at Wormwood Scrubs Prison and the acclaimed Jodlowa House in Krakow, Poland.
Katherine’s strengths lie in her expert knowledge of innovative materials and ability to anticipate market trends. She believes architects and interior designers should work closely so that lighting and furniture can be incorporated into the design instead of as an afterthought or on an ad hoc basis.
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