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Spring is in the air.. Practice news


Spring is more than in the air now, its finally here! People are skipping the TV after work and heading outside for fun, easy exercise, gardening or biking. Spring cleaning is in full force, with decluttering a huge factor in reducing stress levels, more than ever with all the recent lockdowns, and people re-evaluating how they live their lives and how this might be improved.

Its been a productive last few months for ArchiWest to, with new staff starting and lots of new projects coming in as people gear up for the longer lighter days rolling in.

"It's a spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you've got it, you want to — oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!" - Mark Twain

New projects...

This month we were fortunate to win another unique project at the prestigious Newt in Somerset, a working country estate with magnificent gardens. Our current project is nearing completion so Luke is delighted to still be involved with the estate's ambitious plans, after his first involvement way back in 2014 when the estate re-imagining was just beginning.

Other just as equally interesting projects to arrive include a full refurbishment and extension to a huge 1930's property near Weston, two picturesque barn conversions and works to a beautiful Grade 2 listed house.

New staff arrivals...

A big welcome to Kirsty Lambert, our new Practice manager who joined us earlier last month. Kirsty comes from an extensive background in business management and creative design to help with an ever growing portfolio of unique projects across the West Country. Kirsty has a keen interest in Country homes and interiors, that aligns perfectly with our passion for extending, converting and transforming unique older buildings into beautiful spaces.

Construction work continues...

Our current projects at the construction stage include a wide array of property styles from an ongoing project to split a huge 6 bed Victorian house into two properties; a semi-rural property with multiple extensions (4) pictured below; a contemporary extension to a listed farmhouse that we recently obtained planning approval for; and the continued site work at the fantastic Newt in Somerset.

For help with your building project get in touch, whether you own a humble thatched cottage, art-deco home, converted watermill, period home or country estate!

We truly get excited about working on unusual and eccentric homes and are the West Country's unique building specialists.

Email new enquiries to or call on 01934 311017.

Happy Easter folks!


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