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A look back at historic conservation in the past

Here at Jonathan Rhind Architects we enjoy working on a variety of different projects. Whether it is the conversion of an agricultural barn, a new build pool house in an historic setting, rethatching a cob cottage or repairs to a Grade I listed Church we have architects with the knowledge and experience to get the job done. (read more...)


Technical blog: When is Listed Building Consent required?

If you have purchased a building and believe it may be listed, a search of the British Listed Buildings website will confirm this. The website is easy to navigate and contains useful details of the listing such as the Grade, listing date and often the text from the original listing which can provide useful insight into the history and special... (read more...)




St Mary's Church, Willand

Jonathan Rhind Architects are working in close consultation with the Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St Mary’s Church, Willand to enable the repair and restoration of the charming 15th Century Church. (read more...)



Women in Architecture

Thinking today about the birthday of Millicent Fawcett, tireless campaigner for women’s suffrage, it would seem appropriate to highlight the imbalance of the employment of women in architecture. (read more...)




Technical blog: New designs within an historic environment

‘…a church of the eleventh century might be added to or altered in the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, or even the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries; but every change, whatever history it destroyed, left history in the gap, and was alive with the spirit of the deeds done midst its fashioning. (read more...)