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Architects’ appointment to iconic Cornish landmark
Repair of Devon barn reveals early shippon floor

Repair of Devon barn reveals early shippon floor

— 05 Jul 2022

Jonathan Rhind Architects conducted management plans for 19 traditional agricultural buildings, as part of The Historic Building Restoration Grant, and the owner of these barns near… 

Greetings and goodbyes in the Somerset studio
Welcome for new Devon team member
Designs for Sustainable Farm in Woolsery
Architect qualification for team member

Architect qualification for team member

— 19 May 2022

The Jonathan Rhind Architects' team are celebrating after Helen Bennett who joined the practice as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant has completed her Part 3… 

We are recruiting

We are recruiting

— 05 May 2022

Do you have ideas on how to conserve historic buildings while incorporating the latest renewable technologies; adapting buildings constructed for one purpose to create pleasing… 

Appointment as preferred consultant to National Trust
Planning permission granted for Architects designed farm development
Plans for the Great White Palace

Plans for the Great White Palace

— 24 Mar 2022

Following our appointment as Architects to the iconic Burgh Island Hotel, we are now delighted to share news that following a rigorous design process, and… 

Walking tour CPD for Team on site at Woolsery
Historic lychgate rescued from collapse

Historic lychgate rescued from collapse

— 24 Feb 2022

In the Quinquennial Inspection for the church of All Saints, Monkokehampton, Architect Martin Sturley-Hayes identified the lychgate as needing significant repair. 

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