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Studio Four Architects welcomes its latest recruits


In June we were pleased to welcome Amy Speed and Ashton Davenport to the Practice.

Amy is a newly qualified Architect with a background predominantly in residential design, but looking to diversify the types and scale of projects that she was working on. Amy has been involved in a large scale Healthcare project on the Isle of Wight and is enjoying getting to grips with a completely new sector and client typology, as well as new software!

Ashton is our Apprentice Architectural student and joined us in the summer after completing his A levels. Ashton started his BA Hons course at Portsmouth University in September and is studying part time whilst developing his skills within the workplace. The Architectural Apprenticeship is a new form of architectural education route, following reforms to bridge the gap with work and practice. Studio Four have a longstanding commitment to training and mentoring within the practice and have supported many of our staff through this process, so we are pleased to participate in this new apprentice scheme.

We were sad to see Holly Miller leave us to return to Bath University to continue her architectural course. This was Holly’s second period of work experience with us at the Winchester office; she joined us for 6 months last year, and again for 7 months this year. Most recently she’s been involved with projects for Steve Robinson, Claire Lingham, Rhiannon North and Mike Brownlow, and has proved to be a very capable and composed member of the team. We hope she’ll make the most of the Travel Money she received from staff as a leaving present, as she tours Europe!

Replacing Holly in Winchester we welcomed Thomas Dalby to the team. Thomas recently completed his RIBA Part 1 course and will be with us for at least a year as he gains practical experience. He’s received a First Class Honours Degree from Portsmouth University, where we met him and other potential candidates at the busy Employers’ Event in May. He’s also received awards for his artwork and has lots of graphic design experience. His hiking and bouldering experience proved very handy in some of the more physical activities at our Staff Fun Day!

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