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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Works are now completed at this Somerset barn conversion near Taunton

Works are now completed at this Somerset barn conversion near Taunton. Our clients’ brief was to convert a redundant historic agricultural barn, which appended the end of their historic farmhouse. The barn at the time was only used for storing hay bales and miscellaneous building materials, their dream was to... …read full post

Re-roofing project at St. Peter's Church, Ilfracombe finishes

The massive, plain clay tiled roofs from the 1903 built, grade ll listed church, designed by George Fellowes - Prynne, a fashionable London architect and one of the leading proponents of Arts and Crafts design at the time, have been completely re-roofed. …read full post

Progress at Class Q permitted development conversion in Devon

Work is underway at Wolfgar Barn, a timber framed cattle barn, approximately 15 years old, which has Class Q permitted development conversion to a 4 bedroomed house. The work started on site at the beginning of September, the client removing the existing timber cladding and cutting down the enclosing hedge... …read full post

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