Richard Collis BSc(Hons) BArch AABC RIBA
Richard re-joined the practice in 1998 having trained at Bath University and previously worked in private practices in Bath and Stuttgart.
Richard is a partner in the Bath office and jointly heads Studio 8, leading projects which specialise in conservative repair, creative re-use of existing buildings and new designs in historic settings for both public and private sector clients.
Richard is an accredited Conservation Architect and a member of the Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC). He is also an appointed Design Expert Advisor to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Richard is currently leading teams on a number of projects within a heritage context, including: the repair of the world's earliest cast-iron framed building at Ditherington Flax Mill Maltings, the new British Postal Museum and Archive; a new home for Royal High Junior School in Bath and a major re-development of St Fagans National History Museum, Wales.
He was project architect for the New Clore Learning Centre at Hampton Court Palace, the refurbishment of the Theatre Royal Bath and continues to be involved in the rejuvination of the Blackfriars cultural quarter in Gloucester City Centre.
Richard is a member of FCB Studios Professional Practice Group, and is technical librarian for the Bath Office.