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MCIAT, AssocRICS, IHBC, BSc(Hons), MSc(Hons) Historic Building Conservation

Luke founded ArchiWest in 2019 with a strong passion for old buildings and vernacular architecture, seeking to bridge the gap of traditional building methodology with sustainable materials and technology.   

After completing a Masters in Historic Building Conservation, he progressed to more senior roles in the industry, leading projects across multiple sectors from technically challenging Listed building projects, to high-end barn conversions and extensive works at country estates such as the prestigious Grade II* listed Newt In Somerset.


Past major project running experience has also included heritage lottery funded work to ecclesiastical projects in and around Bristol and on Lundy Island; educational facilities at the Kings of Wessex Academy and Millfield School; and sporting projects at Somerset County Cricket Club. 


With a considered and pragmatic approach, Luke coordinates projects and enjoys problem solving and guiding clients through all phases of the design and build process.

"I've always had a keen interest in adapting older buildings to better suit their inhabitants, safeguarding future use and integrating sustainable methodologies without compromising the essence of the original building. Combining this philosophy with traditional techniques underpins my general approach with heritage buildings."

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