Managing Director, LeLay Architects
Heritage and Conservation
Jonathan leads the practice in conservation and building heritage services. He has over 20 experiences as a conservation architect designing complex building programs in sensitive environments. He’s particularly interested in how we can use new design to maximise the potential of heritage sites while conserving and enhancing their significance so they can be enjoyed today. Jonathan has worked on residential, community and commercial buildings. Jonathan lectures on accessibility and conservation practice and his material research into copper has been published in several journals.