Tobit Curteis

Tobit Curteis Associates LLP

Tobit Curteis trained in historic building environment and the conservation of wall paintings at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, in conjunction with the Getty Conservation Institute. Since 1992 he has run a practice specialising in the diagnosis and control of environmental deterioration for historic buildings and collections, and the conservation of wall paintings.

He works in the UK and internationally for clients, including English Heritage, The National Trust, Historic Royal Palaces, The Office of Public Works in Ireland, Heritage Malta and the World Monument Fund. He is an external consultant for the Building Conservation and Research Team at Historic England and is the National Trust’s Advisor on historic wall paintings. Recent projects include investigations into the environmental deterioration and control at Hampton Court Palace, Knole House, the cathedrals of Coventry, York, Durham, St Paul’s and Westminster Abbey, and the Hypogeum Hal Saflini in Malta, as well as numerous domestic buildings and churches.


Tobit Curteis will be speaking at:

TD3 Case studies & plenary: What is stopping us doing this properly?

21/11/2017 11:35 - 12:30

TD2 How and why the three elements to the Building Performance Triangle impact outcomes in building performance

21/11/2017 10:25 - 11:20

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