All at Lilly Lewarne Architects would like to congratulate Dan Sherriff on qualifying with the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) as a Technician. Dan has shown great determination & commitment since joining the office 5 years ago, and has been justly rewarded for all his hard work.
Well done Dan Sherriff – TCIAT
Lilly Lewarne Architects are delighted to announce that we will be attending the Cornwall Home & Lifestyle Show at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th May.
For more information on the event, please visit: https://www.cornwallhomeshow.co.uk/
His knowledge and experience was highly valued by both our staff and other consultants. We wish Bob and his wife Gina, every happiness for the future! Love from everyone at Lilly Lewarne.
Lilly Lewarne Architects, Chartered Architects, are looking for a talented technician/technologist to join our team.
All relevant qualifications considered, along with experience. Applicants could also be working towards, and/or completed their POP record to become TCIAT or MCIAT qualified.
The successful candidate would be responsible for managing & coordinating projects, liaising with clients and professional consultants. Experience of Revit and Autocad would be an advantage.
Please apply with a cover letter, CV and portfolio via our form below.
Short notice to announce that the Lilly Lewarne Architects office will be closed over the Christmas period from Wednesday 23rd December, 5.30pm to Monday 4th January 9am. Merry Christmas to all
Congratulations to our Project Architect Chris Richards who has recently qualified as a Certified Passivhaus Designer
Chris attended the two week training course in London hosted by the Association of Environmentally Conscious Builders, with highly respected tutors including Nick Grant, Alan Clark, Warm Associates and many others. Following a gruelling 3 hour exam Chris is now fully qualified to advise on all aspects of Passivhaus design and assess detailed energy models on the way to Near Zero Carbon.
If Passivhaus is new to you we strongly recommend you check out the Passivhaus Trust UK’s website which explains the key concepts : steady 20oC internal temperatures, constant clean air supply and reliably 80% lower heating bills than Building Regulations.
And it’s not just for houses either, with a steadily growing list of building types including offices, schools, factories and even archive buildings, Passivhaus is growing exponentially in popularity in the UK. We look forward to making your next building Passiv, cheap to run and low carbon!