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our Practice

Our award-winning team includes an RIBA Chartered Architect and a Conservation Accredited Architect (AABC). Our team is creative, highly-skilled and has a passion for sustainable design. Our HQ is based at The Nook, Cullompton in Devon, with a central Exeter meeting space. We work across Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and beyond.


With over 80 years combined professional architectural experience, our 3 architects, supported by our Practice Manager, have a wealth of specialist knowledge and experience in the conservation, refurbishment and renovation of Listed Buildings and the sustainable design of extensions and new builds. Our team have also worked extensively in conservation areas and are experts in negotiating and justifying planning proposals.


We are a RIBA Chartered Practice. This demonstrates that hmad|architects is committed to excellence in design and customer service. All RIBA accredited Chartered Practices must meet a strict eligibility criterion, including adhering to the RIBA's Code of Conduct.


our approach

At the heart of our practice is a belief that all design should be sustainable and innovative. We approach our work holistically with a firm focus on leaving the best possible legacy for future generations.


Our approach prioritises putting the client at the centre of every project. We want you to trust us and feel that we will listen to what you want to achieve. You will benefit from an architect dedicated to your project, who can also call upon the shared experience of the team.


Click here to download your free guide to employing hmad|architects and an introduction to the project journey.

our clients

In addition to the hundreds of private clients that we have worked for, we have been lucky enough to work for a number of high profile organisations throughout the years. These include:


Bevendean School; the Catholic Church; the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural  World; the Church of England; the Clovelly Estate Company; Community of the Resurrection; English Heritage; Exeter City Council; the Gaia Trust; the National Trust; the Methodist Church; Sense; the Seventh-day Adventist Church; Somerset College; the Tamar Bridge and Ferry Company; United Reformed Church; the University of Exeter and the Young Men's Christian Association.​​

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