Daly Martin Williams Architects

Exciting new project to share

New Distillery, Cafe, Barn Conversion Tarrant Keyneston, Dorset DMWA have been involved in this exciting and special project for the past couple of years which comprises various components designed within an overall Masterplan. The 56 acre site in rural North Dorset is now the home to a new botanical distillery and laboratory, café gallery and visitor centre, public gardens, organic botanic nursery , Victorian barns complex and also a Listed mill building with original working mechanics. Botanic oils distilled from the various rare and unusual plant species grown on site are then blended into
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Congratulations

Congratulations to this years Under 8 county championship winners for the second year in a row! DMWA are proud to sponsor  Wimborne Tennis Club and their young winning teams!
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New Extension in Bournemouth Conservation Area

We are pleased to have gained planning consent for this extension and remodelling of an existing dwelling set within the Meyrick Park & Talbot Woods Conservation Area in Bournemouth. The extension will provide our clients with much needed additional space for their expanding family, making provision for a new larger kitchen and open plan family room along with a study and utility. Picking up on the horizontal character of the existing house, the extension runs across the full width of the property; creating a linear bar of living space that spills out to a garden terrace. The approval also
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DMWA welcomes new Part 1 and Part 2 Architectural Assistants

DMWA are delighted to welcome Part II Senior Designer Jen Morrison, and Part I Architectural Assistant Adam Radwanski to the team. Jen’s career in architecture began at Newcastle University in 2007 where she became Part I Qualified. After graduation, she moved into permanent employment at a local design led architecture practice where she worked for 7 years. During this time she also undertook the Part II RIBA office based exam. Jen brings a wealth of experience to the practice, having worked on a number of significant residential and commercial projects across all stages and scales. Ada
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Farewell to Britt

We’re sorry to announce that Britt is leaving us today to embark on the next phase of her career and undertake her Part 2 Diploma in Architecture at Kingston University. Britt joined us in September 2014 after completing her BA (Hons) in Architecture at Bournemouth Arts Institute and has gone on to establish herself as a hugely important and popular member of the team. In addition to developing into a brilliant Architectural Designer, Britt has taken ownership of a multitude of other tasks, most notably:- High end Sketchup modelling (BIM Level -1), hand drawing and Autocad skills. Finali
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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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