The Team

Aaron Evans 1946 - 2012

BArch, Cert Ed, RIBA


Once described to me as perhaps "the greatest contributor to architecture in Bath in the last 100 years" Aaron sadly passed away on 26th December 2012 at the age of 66 after a long illness. 

Born and raised in the Rhondda Valley, Aaron trained at the Welsh School of Architecture and after a short period in London formally set up practice in Bath in 1978. Securing a number of important commissions he quickly established a reputation for the sensitive restoration and imaginative reuse of historic buildings and for delivering high quality, modern architecture within the historic context of Bath securing a number of awards. These principles remain the cornerstones of the practice today.

A charismatic professional he was respected by his peers, clients and planners alike. Under his leadership the practice has delivered some of the most important and recognisable new buildings in the city and the region. He was an RIBA Part III External Examiner and became RIBA Vice President of Membership and the Regions working alongside Past RIBA President George Ferguson who said of Aaron after his death, “Bath loses one of it’s most outstanding architects but leaves behind him a great legacy in terms of family, practice and some of the West Country’s best architecture” 

With a drive and enthusiasm that never failed to impress he was an inspirational colleague who leaves behind a 35-year architectural legacy that will endure.                         Kevin Murphy