hmad|architects is an RIBA Chartered Practice based in Exeter, Devon offering all architecture services.


We specialise in the conservation, refurbishment and renovation of Listed Buildings and the sustainable design of extensions and new builds.


hmad|architects' friendly and professional approach combines creativity and passion with experience and integrity to offer clients exceptional design and a first class service at a reasonable cost. We will work closely with you to develop a brief and realise your vision through great design and cutting-edge tools.


Whether your brief is for a conservation-led refurbishment of a Listed heritage property or a modern, low energy new build, we believe that a strong working relationship is key to achieving the best possible outcome from your project.


hmad|architects offer all prospective clients a free initial consultation in which you can meet our experienced team to discuss your project aspirations and get a feel of what it would be like to work with us. Please contact Luke McAdam to arrange your consultation at 01392 459777 or


hmad|architects' talented and expanding team currently consists of (from left to right): Luke McAdam (Architect and Director); Kimberley Hunter (Marketing Coordinator); Philip Domville-Musters (Architect); Luke Pearse (Architectural Technician); Marianna Fotopoulou (Architect) and Matt Rayner (Architect). Read more about us here.

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T: 01392 459777

M:07511 690877 


Open weekdays 09.00 - 17.30

"We would recommend them unhesitatingly. We have been delighted with the results." 

"There have been many compliments on the amazing amount of light and use of space." 

"The attention to detail was excellent." 

"We now have one of the most stunning interiors in the West Country and perhaps beyond."

"Our architects were a constant support...everything was finished on time and within budget."

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