Rhys Brookes B.Sc. B.Arch. Grad.Dipl.Cons.(AA) RIBA
Rhys Brookes trained as an Architect at Bath University, graduating in 1989. His initial experience was gained working at Inskip & Jenkin's Architects on a selection of Grade I listed classical buildings such as the temples at Stowe garden and Waddestone Manor where he specialized in the repair of stonework. He completed the Post Graduate Diploma of Conservation at the Architectural Association, London in 1997.
After spending time as an in-house Architect for a company building traditional green oak timber frames he applied this knowledge to the repair of medieval timber structures such as the 14 th century library roof at Forde Abbey, Dorset and went on to work with Roderick James Architects designing innovative new oak framed buildings.
Rhys' work is informed by his interest in materials, geometry and proportion. He has a great enthusiasm for developing his extensive knowledge of materials through working with specialist craftsmen as part of a creative and dedicated team.
Rebecca Harrison BSc. B.Arch. AABC(RIBA)