Two members of the established Nottingham-based architectural practice, Franklin Ellis Architects, are celebrating their official qualification as architects after completing their studies and practical training.
Team members James Damon and Josh Dobson joined Franklin Eliis as Architectural Assistants in 2015 and 2017 respectively, and upon qualifying, will now assume new position s as full Architects.
Commenting on his passing, James – who studied on a part-time basis at Sheffield Hallam University while working at Franklin Ellis said: “I’m delighted to have qualified and progres[sed] with my career in architecture. Franklin Ellis has been incredibly supportive – the company has a strong reputation for delivering award-winning projects and its ambition to create sustainable buildings that make a positive contribution to the local community. It’s great to be part of the team here.
“I have always been fascinated with the built environment and how architecture can enhance people’s lives and the communities they live in, so I’m looking forward to playing a key role in a wide range of projects.”
Meanwhile, Josh who completed his Masters degree in Architecture at the University of Nottingham before joining Franklin Ellis two years ago, said: “I am proud to be part of the Franklin Ellis team and have the chance to work on such a varied portfolio of work that regularly develops and challenges different aspects of my expertise.
“I have always had an interest in art and architecture in particular, so it is fantastic to be able to pursue it as a career and work on wide-ranging design concepts across different sectors.”
Both students qualified as the firm is celebrating its 25th year in business; Franklin Ellis also recently bolstered its team with a series of new appointments.