About Andrew Kenyon Architects

Andrew Kenyon Architects

Andrew Kenyon Architects was set up in 1987 after winning an architectural competition to design a National Farming and Wildlife Centre for the Avon Wildlife Trust.

Since our inception we have earned a strong reputation for design excellence, technical competence and skilful management across a broad range of projects. We offer the benefit of over 20 years experience and strive to provide a balanced and integrated approach to sustainability in everything we do.

As a RIBA Chartered Practice we comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme, giving clients the assurance that we are committed to excellence in both design and service. We are also members of the Sustainable Building Association and Green Register of Construction Professionals. Our success is based on the close working relationships we build with our clients, many of whom use us repeatedly.

We work across the South West of England, the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire.

Andrew Kenyon heads up the practice. As well as being a qualified architect, he holds a post graduate diploma in Architectural Conservation from the University of Bristol.