Search the website
Conservation architects in the south west
conservation architects Devon listed building extension updated
conservation architects south west thatch barn
conservation architects devon barn conversion
conservation architects south west Gildhouse
conservation architects somerset restoration
Burgh Island Architects Impression 6

Southwest conservation & historic building architects

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.

Our areas of expertise

From Instagram

Latest news

Green roofs for biodiversity

— 09 May 2024

As well as the many other benefits, incorporating a green roof into a development project could help towards Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) requirements introduced by the government earlier this year. …read full post

Class Q permitted development explained

— 30 Apr 2024

Barn conversions, whether of traditional or modern agricultural buildings, are still a great way to achieve a new dwelling in the countryside – utilising unusual spaces in fantastic rural settings. Generally, it can be difficult to achieve planning permission for a new build dwelling in the countryside. …read full post

CIAT Conservation Accreditation for Peter Thompson

— 23 Apr 2024

Congratulations to Senior Architectural Technologist, Peter Thompson, who has attained CIAT Conservation Accreditation. This is a well-deserved achievement, which recognises the knowledge and skills Peter has gained working with listed buildings and sensitive conservation sites over many years. …read full post

Get in touch to see how we can help you

Contact us
Scroll up