RIBA chartered practice, Peak Architects, yet again celebrates further strengthening its team with architectural assistant Dan Anderson becoming a qualified architect, following completion of his ARB final exams last month.
Dan joined Peak Architects back in 2018 having worked in London, Liverpool, and Oslo, predominantly in the education and commercial sectors.
Dan's work at Peak Architects includes an array of small, medium and large projects, from assisting to leading on residential, education and commercial projects. He has been instrumental in the development of a viable scheme for the conversion of a disused farmstead in a contentious green belt area into contemporary commercial office space as well as a number of Heritage & Conservation projects; an area that Peak Architects specialise in having worked on a variety of home designs, commercial and education projects for both the Chatsworth and Wentworth Estates.
Prior to studying architecture in Liverpool and then progressing to his Masters at Sheffield University, Dan started out as a carpenter which very much informed his approach to design and gave him the enthusiasm for seeing how buildings are crafted in detail.
Director, Paul Holden, commented, 'Dan's exam success is testament to his commitment and attitude to both his studies and work. A very well deserved result!"
Dan states ‘I'm excited that 9 ½ years of hard work has paid off, and thankful for Peak Architects' support over the past 3 years’.
A huge well done from all your Peak Architects colleagues Dan!