Richard Ellis

Chartered Architectural Technologist and CIAT Accredited Conservationist

Richard has more than twenty five years’ experience in architectural practice – predominantly working on projects with a strong conservation bias.  He holds an Honours Degree in Architectural Technology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Building Conservation from the College of Estate Management in Reading.  He is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists and a CIAT accredited conservationist.  To advance his specialist knowledge, Richard is currently pursuing an MSc in Timber Building Conservation at the Weald and Downland Living Museum.


Richard has worked in a variety of sectors including places of worship, private housing, education, public buildings and commercial.  Irrespective of project size, he blends high quality design skills and extensive construction knowledge to produce some truly wonderful results.


He has worked at Clare, Corpus Christi and Fitzwilliam Colleges in Cambridge, Stowe House in Buckinghamshire, the Palace of Westminster and the Cabinet Office in Whitehall.  His recent projects include the restoration of the Old Hall in Bartlow, the refurbishment of a 17th century timber framed farmhouse in Cambridgeshire and the new organ gallery at the Church of St Michael and All Angels in Galleywood.  The latter project was ‘Highly Commended’ in the Diocese of Chelmsford DAC Design Awards 2017.

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