Daly Martin Williams Architects

Jeshilt now complete

Our project at Jeshilt, in Colehill is now complete. We were originally approached by our client to extend the existing thatched cottage, which was in a dliapidated state. During the design process the structural condition of the existing building was deemed to be unstable, so a strategy was adopted to replace it. Working collaboratively with The National Trust and the Conservation Officer at East Dorset District Council, planning consent was agreed under condition that the replacement cottage must be a ‘like for like’ replacement. An additional slate roof side extension and single
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Progress on site at Joldwynds, Wimborne

It was great to see site progress at our project at Joldwynds today. Tucked away out of view in Colehill, Wimborne, the existing house is being fully refurbished and reconfigured to modern standards alongside construction of a new side wing extension. The new structure will accommodate a double garage, utility and generous kitchen/dining/family room space. The extension has been designed to read as a subservient but distinct addition to the house. Internally, the new space will be open and bright, providing elevated views south across the garden beyond with large sliding doors accessing a rais
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DMWA are seeking an Architectural Assistant

Part I Architectural Assistant We are looking for a talented Part I Architectural Assistant with a passion for design to join our studio in Wimborne, Dorset. DMWA are a small practice working on a rich variety of scales and sectors, so this role represents an excellent opportunity to develop skills across all stages of project delivery from initial concept design through to construction. The ideal candidate should have the following skills and experience: RIBA part 1 or equivalent qualification Strong design portfolio Enthusiasm to develop skills & willingness to engage with a variety of t
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Mark Senior Technical Director

DMWA’s New Technical Director

Considering his wealth of knowledge, and ability to adapt and work on projects of any scale or theme, we are very pleased to announce that Mark Senior has been promoted to Technical Director at DMWA. After gaining a Construction degree at Southampton, Mark went on to work as a Site Engineer on projects such as the large West Quay development. Mark’s experience expanded when he acquired his role as an Architectural Technologist for a number of practices such as McCarthy & Stone. His experience and knowledge of construction developed here, as well as his varied technical drawing skills
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