Jonathan Rhind Architects


Jonathan Rhind Architects have been based in Devon and Somerset for 30 years.

We specialise in historic buildings conservation and re-use, and new innovative, high-quality projects, often for difficult or controversial sites throughout the southwest


We have worked on many of the region's finest ancient and interesting buildings, from ruined castles to cob cottages and highly decorated churches to fabulous medieval and Georgian houses.

The practice was awarded the prestigious 2012 European Union/Europa Nostra prize for Conservation for The Gildhouse, Poundstock, North Cornwall.

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Best practice for plain clay tile roofing

Work has just started on a £350,000 project at St. Peter’s Church, Ilfracombe to re-nail the existing clay tiled roof designed by Fellowes-Prynne (a well known British Arts and Crafts architect). Built in 1903-04. The building work is being carried out to a very high standard and with a great... …read full post

Norman church repair shortlisted for prestigious national award

Jonathan Rhind Architects has been shortlisted for the King of Prussia Gold Medal Award for its conservation work at St Mary’s Church in High Bickington, Devon. …read full post

New summerhouse nearing completion.

New summerhouse in the corner of a listed garden, well away from the austere, classical main house, differentiated by Japanese style swept roofs with deep, sprocketed overhangs, oak feather edge boarding with copper nails, hips, ridges and rainwater goods set in a beautiful, new landscaped garden. …read full post

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