J O N A T H A N   H E N D R Y  BA (Hons) Dip Arch, ARB, RIBA, was born in 1971. Having graduated from the University of North London in 1996 under the tutelage of Florian Beigel and Peter St.John he then joined the ARU working for Florian Beigel as an assistant on urban regeneration projects in Leipzig, East Germany and Southwark, London. He was commended an RIBA silver medal award in 1996. In 1997 he joined Allies and Morrison working on a number of winning competitions and award winning buildings such as Wynford House, London, Low density housing, Horniman Museum, London, Student Halls of Residence, Jesus College, Cambridge and an office building, Brindley Place, Birmingham. In 1998 he joined Jamie Fobert Architects working on small scale domestic projects and a concept shop for Aveda which has gone world wide. In 2000 he established Jonathan Hendry Architects.

Jonathan Hendry is currently a Design Fellow at Cambridge University alongside Mark Tuff of Sergison Bates Architects. He has been invited as a guest critic to Leicester de Montfort, Nottingham Trent University and London Met. He was an RIBA regional awards judge in 2008 and wrote a weekly column in the Architects Journal from 2007-2008.

J O N A T H A N   H E N D R Y   A R C H I T E C T S is an award winning chartered practice with offices in Lincolnshire and London, working on projects throughout the UK. We have a reputation for making architecture that is well crafted, with simple forms that have a strong sense of materiality with subtle complexities.

Our work is developed through a rigorous process of investigating urban and historical context, economic and social history, landscape characteristics and geographical significance. It has a strong sense of place driven by a delight in the craft and making of buildings with a rich and diverse historical and cultural framework.

Since 2000 we have designed a wide ranging body of work covering many aspects of the built environment working with clients from the private, public and commercial sector. We have built projects in conservation areas, worked on listed buildings and in areas of outstanding natural beauty.

The work of the practice has been published in several architectural and mainstream publications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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