Simon Morray-Jones Ltd.
21 Milsom Street,
Bath, BA1 1DE
Tel. 01225 787900
Who we Are
Simon Morray-Jones heads a thriving Architectural practice situated in the World Heritage City of Bath. Our work spans across the UK and is demonstrated in residential, commercial and leisure sectors. This diversity allows us to approach projects in a unique way, drawing on our extensive knowledge and expertise.
Simon is passionate about the conservation of historic properties and is a dedicated trustee of the Bath Preservation Trust. Simon has gained a reputation for giving exemplary advice with integrity and creativity. The practice specialises in considered architectural solutions to restore and adapt historic properties to suit modern living. Using innovative bespoke design his team creates exciting new spaces whilst maintaining identity and character. We listen to each client’s individual requirements while always considering quality and cost.
Our team of Architects, Interior Designers and Technicians have a wealth of experience and a wide range of expertise, ranging from the restoration, conversion and alteration of heritage buildings through to new-build projects in complex urban sites. The practice has also designed numerous boutique hotels & spas, commercial properties and public buildings which exude both unique character and functionality.
The practice has received numerous awards and commendations for its combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design. Of particular note is Simon's involvement in the original Soho House Properties including the acclaimed Babington House and Soho House Greek Street.
We believe that a strong relationship with the client is key to a successful project. We take time to understand the client’s brief and strive to meet and exceed expectations. Each project is approached as a bespoke concept suited to its environment. This creative process has led to a hugely varied portfolio of completed projects.
Simon Morray-Jones Architects is a Limited Company and a RIBA Chartered Practice.