The AP: August Round Up

August saw some exciting new appointments and the ArchiPhonic team maintaining its roots in a love of music, supporting Bickerstock Festival once again.

The team set up and managed the main stage as well as being responsible for the site layout and design. The free community music festival enjoyed its most successful year ever with a record turnout (and healthy takings at the bar!) as festival-goers enjoyed a fantastic line up in the glorious sunshine.

New Appointments

As well festival fun, we managed to fit a little work in too and were appointed by Wrexham Golf Club to update its outdated clubhouse and entertaining space. We were also instructed to manage nine new residential extensions and reconfigurations, an exciting creative challenge to help our clients make the most of available space, as well as creating new, livable areas.

We also started work on a 17 flat new build apartment block and have been asked to undertake some additional work with Imperial Warehouse (better known as Crash Studios), which is a project that has always been close to the hearts of the team.

A Different Kind of Planning

Aside from new appointments, we took time in August to look at where we’ve been and what we’ve achieved as a company, as well as planning ahead for the next 12 months – an activity that couldn’t have come at a better time with our sixth birthday month coming up in September!

Here at ArchiPhonic we ensure that all of our team members have a say in both our client work and our business direction. Our full team strategy session certainly got the creative juices and ideas flowing and we even found time to fit in an energetic photoshoot as well (the image above is a particular favourite).

If you’d like to learn more about our work, we have a new profile on Houzz showcasing some of our projects, or you can contact us here.