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RIBA Chartered Architect, Annie Martin

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In 2006 I set up my Practice in Devon, near Exeter, after gaining extensive experience in London, Australia, Sussex and South Devon. Acting as a Sole Practitioner allows me to have a personal working relationship with Clients to develop ideas into reality.

I undertake a wide range of projects including new contemporary dwellings, extensions and conversions, frequently working within the confines of Dartmoor National Park and AONBs.

Awards for completed work include RIBA Town and Country for Sustainability, RIBA Arnold Sayers for House Design, The Telegraph and HBR ‘Home of the Year’ and my most recently completed dwelling, near Chagford, has won a Regional RIBA award and was placed on the RIBA Manser longlist.

Currently working on a number new dwellings, barn conversions and various alterations and extensions to existing properties. Recently completed projects include several one-off dwellings: Gledswood, High Down and The Firs. In 2014 I was awarded RIBA Emerging SW Architect of the Year.

2003-2010

Worked for Stan Bolt: Architect, based in Brixham, as Project Architect on numerous award-winning projects such as: –

  • Battery Hill, Salcombe; a contemporary large new dwelling. (RIBA Town and Country Award – Overall winner and Best Dwelling.)
  • Mirldown House, Great Bedwyn; a substantial contemporary extension to a thatched, brick dwelling. (RIBA Award; RIBA Town and Country Award – Overall winner and Best Extension; Civic Trust Commendation.)

Qualified as an Architect in 2005.

2002-2003

  • Worked for DK Architects, Brighton, undertaking mainly small-scale residential projects.

2000-2002

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture: Oxford Brookes University

1999-2000

  • Travelled around the world working in two Australian Practices (Melbourne and Sydney).

1998-1999

  • Worked for Rick Mather: Architects, Camden, London on the Wallace Collection extension.

1995-1998

  • Degree in Architecture: 1st Class Honours, Oxford Brookes University.