A Qualified Success for Anthony at Trewin Design Architects

Anthony Vickery of Trewin Design is celebrating joining the ranks of the fully qualified Architects. Originally from Surrey, Anthony studied at Newcastle University, where he developed a passion for the sea and wild countryside and this was a major motivator in his decision to move to Cornwall in 2009.

Anthony is thrilled that all the hard work has finally paid off. “It was a work experience opportunity following my A-Level studies in art and sculpture that first ignited my interest in Architecture. The appeal was that it embraced the arts with a professional aspect. From the moment I began my studies at Newcastle, I was excited by the way of working, testing ideas and the variation of subject matter. Being made a full-time job offer by Trewin Design Architects during Part II meant I had the full support of the team in ensuring I remained with projects as they progressed on to site.  They offer a full technical service, which enabled me to develop a wide understanding of how buildings work and fit with the environment. All of this provided me with valuable experience to support my studies.”

The wide variety of projects Anthony has been involved in over the past few years include the Award-winning Heartlands Development in Cornwall and The Coppice, a 6 bedroom luxury residential property. He is currently lead designer on a fascinating project designing a new Church in Tiverton. It was Anthony’s input and expertise, combined with the general approach in the Trewin Design presentations that convinced the Church that this was the right team for the job.

James Trewin, Managing Director of Trewin Design is very happy to have another fully fledged architect on the team. “Anthony demonstrated his enthusiasm and flair right from the start and is already a valuable colleague. It is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication and we all congratulate him on achieving his accreditation.”

2017 was a year of celebrations as Anthony also married his fiancée on 2nd December. Congratulations all round!


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