About the practice
Fiona Sinclair Architect is a sometime author and historian, and Accredited in Conservation Architecture at Advanced Level. She has worked on the care and repair of a diverse range of historic buildings, including scheduled ancient monuments, churches, country houses and estate cottages, designed landscapes, tenements, a synagogue, a medieval town house and a malt whisky distillery. The practice prepares conservation plans, condition surveys, feasibility studies, building repair strategies, listed building conversions, and adaptive re-use proposals for buildings that are at risk and/or redundant. The use of traditional materials and techniques is a central component of the practice philosophy.