The Building Conservation Directory 2024

18 THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY 2024 CATHEDRAL COMMUNICATIONS ARCHITECTS cont’d ◼ JAMES MACKINTOSH ARCHITECTS LTD ▪ Chipping Norton: First Floor, 21 High Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5AD ▪ Oxford: Shakespeare’s Painted Room, Third Floor, 3 Cornmarket Street, Oxford OX1 3EX Tel 01608 692310 / 01865 950730 Email ARCHITECTS: James Mackintosh Architects Ltd supports owners of historic buildings to creatively transform spaces, restore historic interiors and design thoughtfully crafted repairs. It is an RIBA chartered practice with offices in central Oxford and the Cotswolds. The team of conservation architects, designers and heritage consultants holds accreditation in conservation and carries out work across the country. ◼ JAMES SLATER & CO 19 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 2PP Tel 01285 650686 Fax 01285 658734 Email ARCHITECTS: See also: display entry in Surveyors, page 26. ◼ JONATHAN RHIND ARCHITECTS 1st & 2nd Floor Studios, 1 Bridge Buildings, The Strand, Barnstaple, Devon EX31 1HA Tel 01271 850416 ▪ Coach House, Rumwell Hall, Taunton, Somerset TA4 1EL Tel 01823 462300 Email CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS: An award-winning practice specialising in the sensitive repair and reuse of historic and listed buildings. With studios in Devon and Somerset, Jonathan Rhind Architects has been involved with some of the South West’s finest, ancient, and unique buildings. The practice also specialises in providing high-quality innovative designs for new buildings on challenging sites. Led by AABC and RIBA conservation accredited architects to provide a full range of consultancy services, with particular expertise in condition surveys, feasibility studies, listed building and planning applications, through to project management of complex heritage projects. ◼ JULIAN HARRAP ARCHITECTS LLP 95 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AG Tel 020 7729 5111 Email DESIGN AND CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS: Julian Harrap Architects is a specialist practice offering a range of architectural services for the repair and restoration of historic buildings and new buildings in an historic context. The practice has a reputation for scholarly and innovative conservation with attention to fine detail. Clients include the Museum of London, the City of London Corporation, De Bourla Theatre, the National Trust, English Heritage and the Royal Academy of Arts. The practice has received several national and international awards including nomination and success at the RIBA Stirling Awards for projects at the Neues Museum, the Medieval Galleries at the V&A, The Monument, London and a RIBA National Award in 2016 at Sir John Soane’s Museum. See also: display entry on page 16. ◼ KNOX-McCONNELL ARCHITECTS LTD 24 Victoria Road, Saltaire, Bradford BD18 3JR Tel 01274 773388 Email HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND ACCREDITED SPECIALIST CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS (AABC): Knox McConnell Architects provides specialist architectural conservation services for individuals and organisations responsible for historic buildings. Its design expertise and vision provide solutions that make sense of historic sites and make them work in the context of changing client requirements. ◼ McDANIEL WOOLF ARCHITECTURE & HERITAGE Larkfield Studios, 32 Larkfield Road, Richmond, London TW9 2PF Tel 020 8332 1981 Email RIBA CHARTERED PRACTICE: Architects and heritage consultants with a specialism in adaptive design and the creative reuse of commercial, workplace and residential buildings for the 21st century. Projects include listed and locally listed properties, from large conservation schemes to small domestic works, with a focus on re-purposing and adaptive design, interior architecture, lighting and finishes. The partners are involved at all stages of every project, from feasibility studies, heritage assessments and statements of significance, through to technical detailing and working with specialist trades on site, ensuring a bespoke and personal service. Richard Woolf is a RIBA-accredited Conservation Architect RIBACA. Conservation, repair and regeneration +44 (0)208 948 7788 Sheerness Dockyard Church,in collaboration with Hugh Broughton Architects for the Sheerness Dockyard Preservation Trust. Photograph by Dirk Lindner