About Evans Rural
Lindsey J. Evans BA BSc (Hons)
As a double graduate from the University of Strathclyde, Lindsey obtained a BA degree in Environmental Planning and a BSc Honours degree in Architectural Studies.
As part of her placement year, Lindsey worked for EA Design, in Glenluce, where she gained valuable experience working with clients on a variety of projects. Site visits and site meetings also provided essential skills and practical experience.
In 2006 Lindsey joined A C Wolffe and Partners in Gatehouse of Fleet, where she worked with long-standing Architect, Antony Wolffe. With more than 70 years of experience and an accreditation in Conservation, Antony offered an extensive knowledge base for Lindsey to benefit.
She was involved with a wide variety of projects and, with a focus on Conservation, she worked with many historic and listed buildings. She also gained much experience of traditional building methods and had the opportunity to work with Historic Scotland, the Scottish Lime Centre and highly skilled stonemasons.
The small nature of the Practice meant Lindsey was involved at all stages of a project, from obtaining a client’s brief through to site meetings and completion.
She also had the opportunity to work with quantity surveyors and structural engineers, with whom she still works today.
Lindsey worked with Antony Wolffe until his retirement in 2012, when she launched her own architecture practice. Based near Glenluce, she offers services throughout southern Scotland, with a focus on rural areas.
Her experience with traditional buildings coupled with her enthusiasm for contemporary architecture ensures interesting and high quality rural architecture.