Jamie Wright Cowan Architects

Jamie Wright

Architect

BA (Hons) Architecture
MSc Building Conservation
PG Dip. Architecture
RIBA Chartered Member

Jamie is an experienced Architect and has overseen a wide range of projects enabling him to gain excellent experience across several sectors, but specifically in Heritage and Conservation.

He was awarded an MSc in Building Conservation after studying for 2 years at the Weald & Downland Living Museum in 2018 (Validated by the University of York). During his course Jamie studied specialisms such as; Conservation of timber buildings, Lime in conservation, Conservation of masonry, Conservation of metals, Conservation of fixtures & finishes, Conservation of 20th century buildings. As well as assignments for these modules, Jamie chose to complete a 15,000-word dissertation on Horsham stone slate, a material found locally in Sussex and Surrey. He is currently seeking conservation accreditation with the RIBA Conservation register.

In his spare time Jamie enjoys sketching historic buildings and attending evening life drawing classes. He also races dinghies & yachts and teaches sailing as a RYA Senior Sailing Instructor/Coastal Skipper, Shoreham Sailing Club – Committee member.