Beatrice Oertel, Dipl.-Ing. architect, MSc acquired her degree in architecture in Berlin, Germany. She completed her studies with a first class degree in 1993 and practised in Berlin specialising in the Conservation of Historic Buildings before moving to Bath in 1997. Beatrice extended her studies at the University of Bath and successfully attained her Master of Science degree in Conservation of Historic Buildings in 1998.
Beatrice worked for a short period of time for Bath based architects Chedburn Design & Conservation. In 1999 she then joined Simon Morray-Jones’ Bath based practice for 6 years, leading one of Simon’s design teams until setting up her own practice in 2005 at the Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, Vineyards.

Beatrice believes that good communication is fundamental to achieving successful solutions and in her pragmatic approach to the design and construction process, she always respects the historic context and aims to combine the historic with the contemporary. Each project is approached on its own merits, enthusiastically, to ensure the best possible result is achieved at all stages. Beatrice is convinced that attention to detail is one of the utmost priorities of the design process.
Beatrice is registered with the ARB.
Beatrice is also a member of the ASCHB (Association for studies
in the conservation of historic buildings).

Ian Robertson, BSc (Arch) joined obp in 2005. Ian trained for his BSc degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture at the University College London, followed by his practical training with Renton, Howard, Wood, Levine Architects, London, where he worked on the design for Nottingham University until 1969. He subsequently completed a BArch postgraduate degree course at Bath University. Ian went on to work for a variety of practices in Devon and later returned to Bath, where he initially worked with Feiden Clegg Design and later with Simon Morray-Jones Architects. In addition to having a wealth of experience in relation to all aspects of the the construction industry, Ian has immense local knowledge and his attention to detail is outstanding.

Anne-Katrin Greensmith, Dipl.Ing. architect
studied architecture in Erfurt, Germany. Following her degree in 1999 she moved to London where she worked for Inskip & Jenkins for six months working on the Conservation plan for Battersea Power Station. Anne-Katrin then joined Eric Kuhne & Associates for 6 years where she’s been involved in the design of several mixed-use schemes consisting of retail, residential and cultural facilities as well as offices in England and overseas. Since 2012 she has been working for obp architects. She is registered with the ARB.