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Welcome to the Robertson Partnership website

We are a husband and wife team who started our own Architect's practice after many years experience in both the public and private sectors.
Located in the village of Perranwell Station, in rural West Cornwall, between the county town of Truro and the port of Falmouth, we work from offices in our home where we undertake all manner of projects having had experience in most building types both large and small.
Our sphere of operation whilst historically confined to our immediate part of the world, can only be as large as our imagination.
We provide the full range of Architect's services from the inception of a building project to it's completion.
We also undertake a number of other related Architectural services including the Certification of buildings for mortgage purposes as well as the provision of a number of design and creative services.
For a full list of our services please visit the appropriate pages of this site.

Note: Our web site is constantly evolving and will probably never be quite complete, indeed you will find a number of links that may remain inactive. We know this is frustrating but please be patient with us and it will be remedied as soon as possible. In the interim most of our vital information can be found, not least our services and contact information including an 'Enquiry Form' which you are welcome to use.

Kersey Close, Flushing

Kersey Close, Flushing 1983

Ships & Castles Leisure Centre

Ships & Castles, Falmouth 1993.
Photo: © Roger Harvey Photography

Sergeant House, St Ives

Sergeant House, St Ives 2008

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