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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Latest news

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... …read full post


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... …read full post


A trip back in time to the 16th Century

Late last week, Director John Alexander and Architect Jonny Poland spent a day in South Wales learning about 16th Century dwellings and how they were used by the people of the time. …read full post

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