Siobhán Doran’s current output ranges from the publication of her second book, The Reimagined Lanesborough, to the design and curating of a new exhibition, Savoy Place Revealed; a building documentation commissioned by the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
Siobhán’s architectural work has included the ‘St Pancras Hotel’ and ‘Savoy’ projects – the former, a 2006 series of images of the semi-derelict Victorian railway masterpiece as it awaited renovation; the latter, an exhaustive three-year chronicle of one of the world’s most iconic hotels undergoing wholesale restoration. Her latest such commission is for another prestigious London hotel: this time, the renovation of Hyde Park’s famous Lanesborough Hotel by renowned interior designer Alberto Pinto.
She is especially drawn to a balance of old and new buildings. With a keen interest in both furniture and residential work. Siobhán works alongside designers, contractors and building owners, and is eager to collaborate in order to capture their brief while preserving her own style.