Blog

Extension to Grade II Regency villa

The handsome Grade II listed villa occupies a quiet location on the edge of a Gloucestershire town. Commanding sweeping views over its own formal gardens, the building is a fine example of Regency architecture. (read more...)



Works to 17th Century cob and thatch barn nearing completion

In October of 2018 we posted a blog about the repair and conversion of a 17th Century cob and thatch barn which had historically been allowed to fall into a poor and neglected state. The owners of the property, which forms part of a courtyard of buildings, wanted to protect the barn from further decay and incorporate it into their... (read more...)


Trial repairs at rare Italianate Garden complete

You may recall a blog we posted in September 2018 on the trial repairs we undertook at a rare Italianate Garden at Lupton House in Brixham. Trial repair approaches were completed by specialist conservation contractors Williams & Burrows. (read more...)



What is a Passivhaus?

Passivhaus is a term used to describe a building which meets the stringent criteria set out by the Passivhaus Institute in Darmstadt, Germany. The Passivhaus Institute was set up by Prof. Dr Wolfgang Feist in 1996 to create a standard for energy efficient buildings. Passivhaus buildings are constructed using materials and techniques to create an airtight and highly insulated building. (read more...)





Jonathan Rhind Architects Newsletter

Our annual newsletter is an important way for us to keep in touch with our clients and friends of the practice. We include highlights from the year gone by which this year has included the exciting news that Julian Clayton, Mark Raby and Martin Sturley-Hayes have been appointed as Directors and equity shareholders in the Company. (read more...)