Catherine Croft is the Director of the C20 Society, which campaigns for the conservation of buildings constructed from 1914 onwards. She is an expert on post war architecture, and the public perception of C20 design, and has recently been focusing on the legacy of postmodernism.
She is the author of Concrete Architecture (Laurence King, 2004), has contributed to many other books, and written extensively for architectural magazines, for over twenty five years. She is currently the editor of C20 Magazine, which she launched in 2012. She has appeared on many Radio and TV programmes, giving an expert opinion on C20 architecture and heritage, and lectures in the UK and abroad. She studied Architecture at Cambridge before switching to conservation after further study in the USA. She works with the Getty Conservation Institute promoting conservation of C20 architecture internationally and teaches the conservation of Historic Concrete at West Dean College.