Above: Concept model for conversion of Chapel to artist's studio.
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We provide a full architectural service, including feasibility, concept and detailed design, preparing and submitting Planning & Listed Building Consent applications, Building Regulations applications, and Contract Administration.
On larger projects we lead a Design Team of specialist consultants.
Rory Wilson RIBA IHBC
RIBA Chartered Architect
- Chartered Architect - Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
- Full Member - Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)
- PGDipCHE (CEM, Reading)
- M.Arch (Huddersfield)
- B.A.(Hons) Architecture (Plymouth)
- BSc Hons in Architectural Technology - First Class
- Associate Member - Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)
Having worked with the Local Authority for many years, Glyn obtained a first class degree in Architectural technology in 2010, whilst working with Ceredigion County Council's Architects Department. He has worked on many new build and refurbishment educational projects and has extensive experience of technical design in this field. As an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists, he hopes to gain full chartered status with the institute in the very near future.
- BSc (Econ) Business & Management (University of Wales, Aberystwyth)
After successfully completing a 'Bachelor of economic and social studies in business and management' degree in 2007, Lyndsey became Showroom Manager for a local business. She then held a position as advertising officer for a regional newspaper, before becoming Duty Manager at The Cambria - managing conferences, offices, and student accommodation lettings. Now, as Practice Manager for Catalina Architecture Ltd, Lyndsey makes full use her skills whilst continuing to train in relevant aspects of business management.
Larry's extensive knowledge and experience includes sustainable design,
systems, construction health & safety, and Building Regulations and
practical building conservation practice. After moving to Wales in the
late 1980's Larry trained as an architectural technician and
subsequently joined Carmarthenshire District Council Architects'
During his time with Carmarthen District Council (and later
Carmarthenshire County Council Architects) Larry gained a Civic Trust
Award for Valuable Contribution to The Quality and Appearance of the
Environment' as Project Designer for Llyn Llech Owain Visitor Centre at
the country park. Larry returned to private practice in the late 1990's.
- Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture
- M.Arch (Westminster)
- B.A(Hons) Architecture - First Class
- Part II Thesis - architectural phenomenology, specifically the metaphysical importance of place specific architecture.
Whilst studying Zeta has worked in practice undertaking both contemporary and historic architectural projects, including interior design and branding. Zeta has also worked with a tensile structures company, where she uses specialist 3D modelling software to design temporary and permanent tensile forms.
Since April 2013 Zeta has worked with Catalina Architecture, qualifying as an Architect in June 2015.
- HNC in Building Technology
James trained as an Architectural Technician at Manchester College of Building. Holding senior positions in both architectural private practice and on the contracting side has given him a combination of design and practical experience across a range of building types in the UK and overseas. This has given him a thorough understanding of materials, the construction process and contractor’s information needs as well as exceptional commercial awareness. He is a trained cabinet maker and makes furniture in his spare time.
James has a keen interest in the repair and conservation of historic buildings.