Barry Stow Architect


Barry Stow is an Architect experienced in the conservation and development of Listed buildings and historic townscapes.

Recent projects include masonry repair works at University College School, Hampstead; proposals for the conservation and development of Slyfield Farmhouse in Surrey and South Ormsby Hall in Lincolnshire; advising the Strelka Institute, Moscow, on a design competition for the proposed Zaryadye Park, adjacent to Red Square and the Kremlin World Heritage Site; a wide ranging brief for the conservation of Listed buildings at Harrow School; masonry conservation work at Wiston House, Sussex; an assessment of the proposed Liverpool Waters development on the docklands World Heritage Site; the repair of Westminster Abbey Chapter House and of defence outworks at Dover Castle, both for Historic England, and the reconstruction of the Leptis Magna Ruins in the Royal Park at Windsor Great Park, for the Crown Estate. He is the Inspecting Architect to 7 London churches.

We repair and adapt historic buildings, survey and prepare conservation strategies for churches, listed buildings, historic sites, townscapes, Scheduled Ancient Monuments and World Heritage Sites.

Barry Stow is a member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association.
Barry Stow is also Conservation Director of Marcus Beale Architects.

Gargoyle, Westminster Abbey Chapter House