Peter Kent BA(Arch) DipArch DipCHSM AMRSPH RIBA - Practice Director
Peter obtained both his degree and his Part 2 diploma in Architecture at the University of Bristol. He also has a Diploma in Construction Health and Safety Management from The Royal Society of Health (now the Royal Society for Public Health), having studied at Bath City College. Peter is a Conservation Registrant under the RIBA Conservation Architect scheme, and is also a Diocesan Architect for the Diocese of Salisbury.
Clare Kent BSc (SocSci) PGCE HNC - Director
Clare worked as a Geography teacher for a number of years both before and after having a family. She trained as a Garden Designer in 2006 and now works full time as the Practice Administrator.
Mark Clifford BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA - Chartered Architect
Mark completed his Part 1 degree at The University of Bath and his Part 2 degree at The University of the West of England, before taking his Part 3 qualification at The University of Bath in 2012. Mark has worked with the Practice since 2000 and his particular interest is in mixed-use urban schemes and conservation projects. He has acted as Project Architect on multi-million pound mixed use Town Centre schemes.
Tom Kent BArch(Hons) MArch RIBA - Chartered Architect
Peter and Clare’s son has both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Architecture from Cardiff University, and completed his Part 3 qualification at The University of Bath in 2012. Tom worked with the Practice before and during his training, notably as Project Manager for the construction of Featherbrook, the Practice office and Peter and Clare’s’ home. Tom is a Conservation Registrant under the RIBA Conservation Architect scheme, and is also working towards becoming a Conservation Architect. Tom is also an accomplished furniture designer and maker, and extends this practicality into his work as an Architect.
Kathryn completed both her Part 1 and 2 Bachelor’s Degrees in Architecture at Cardiff University and obtained her Part 3 professional qualification in 2004. Kathryn has spent the majority of her professional career designing and building high quality educational facilities for Independent Schools. After a short career break she started working with the practice in March 2014 to continue her passion for building. Kathryn is a self-employed architect who works with us on an as-needed part-time basis.