Architect offered place on Master’s course
— 30 Mar 2023
Following on from our blog about Architectural Technologist Rick Gilroy’s upcoming Masters in Building Conservation at the Weald & Downland Living Museum, we are delighted that Architect Tina Botsi has also been offered a place on the course.
Tina joined Jonathan Rhind Architects in January 2020 having worked as a freelance Architect and project manager in Athens, where amongst other projects she worked on the refurbishment of historic properties to accommodate modern living and respond to the regeneration of dilapidated neighbourhoods. Since starting at the practice, Tina has been heavily involved with the regeneration project in Woolsery village, drawing up technical packages for Birch Farm where she has been integral in designing and obtaining planning permission for the Potting Shed, gazebo and other projects on the sustainable farm.
The Weald and Downland Museum’s degree covers topics such as conservation of timber buildings, the role of lime in conservation, conservation legislation and planning conservation projects; building on knowledge and experience that Tina has already gained working at the practice.
Jonathan Rhind Architects are delighted to be able to support Tina and Rick in their learning, and are keen to help the team pursue further qualifications in the conservation of historic buildings, keeping the practice at the forefront of Conservation architecture in the south west.
For more information on our team and their journey into architecture, see our Practice page.