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About Us

Marshall and Kendon Architects was formed in August 2005 by Jeremy Marshall and Sam Kendon working from our offices in Whiteladies Road, Bristol.

We have been fortunate since then to have completed a range of projects from the £2m restoration of the Clifton Lido and the £1.5m Urban Search and Rescue centre in Nailsea to more modest projects including new and existing houses.

Many of our projects involve Listed Buildings but in all our work we try to combine sound modern design with attention to detail in both design and construction.

Between us we have considerable experience and this is applied to all of our projects. Our experience covers a wide range of buildings and patronage as seen from the attached CVs and the projects shown here.

"Marshall & Kendon are a pleasure to work with on any project - Small team culture and are able to translate the customer requirements in a functional yet stylish way."

Terry Osmond. Avon Fire & Rescue Service

 




Jeremy Johnson-Marshall. B.A., B. Arch.

Qualified at Bristol University in 1972 and has remained in the city ever since.

Has worked on a huge range of buildings including many Listed ones, in and around Bristol. Where appropriate for speed and flexibility this has included running site operations.

Design work has extended beyond architecture into areas such as inflatable buildings and sailboards.

Arrival of an old friend from London gave the opportunity to set up Marshall and Kendon in 2005.

Sam Kendon. M.A Dip Arch.

Former Scholar of St Catharine's College, Cambridge. Read geography and architecture.

Spent most of the 1980's doing offices including the rebuilding of the Civil Service Store and retail projects at Chapman Taylor Partners and then spent the 1990's at Nicholas Hare Architects working on Islamic Arts Centre, Russell Sq (London University), Nokia HQ (Farnborough), Sadler's Wells Theatre (a lottery-funded rebuilding) and the new Education Centre for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (in Regent's Park).

Moved to Bristol in 2003 and set up Marshall and Kendon in 2005.

 

   
Marshall & Kendon, Architects      94 Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2QX UK      Tel: 0117 973 4578      email: mail@marshallandkendon.co.uk