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About Us

Jonathan Lees Architects LLP is an architectural practice based in Bristol and Mid-Wales. We specialise in traditional techniques of hand drafting, painting and practical model making to help visualise our designs and to develop the initial concept through to construction.

We undertake domestic, public and commercial commissions and focus on high quality design and development of projects through careful planning and meticulous detailing.

Practice Partners

Jonathan Lees BA (Hons) A&P B.Arch PG Dip AP RIBA and Sharon Lees BA (Hons)

Both Partners are co-founders of Jonathan Lees Architects. Jonathan is a fully qualified ARB and RIBA chartered Architect and has considerable experience of traditional and classical projects in the United Kingdom and was previously an associate at Craig Hamilton Architects Ltd having worked for the practice for several years. Jonathan qualified from the University of the West of England with an Architecture Part 1 degree and a Planning degree, he then returned to carry out a Bachelor of Architecture Degree before finishing his training at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design at Birmingham University with a Post graduate Diploma in Architectural Practice.

Sharon is responsible for the organisation of the business, overseeing office and staff management together with providing administrative support.


Architectural Designer

Lydia Niven BA (Hons) Architecture & Planning

Lydia is a graduate from The University of the West of England specialising in conservation architecture and historic buildings.


Architectural Technician

Scott Lee

Scott supports the team in the application of technology in architecture, building design, and construction and also deals with marketing and communication.

Architectural Technologist

Jessica Northcott BSc (Hons) ATD

Jessica is a graduate from The University of the West of England and specialises in the application of building science and technological design within architecture between concept, innovation and reality.