A SALISBURY architecture business is the latest new face on Fisherton Street.

Esdon Architecture, which is run by Ed Esdon and his wife Katy, opened last month.

The business was run from the couples home in Salisbury for the last three years.

The couple say having their own premises on the high street has been a "long time coming".

Ed said: "It's great, it's a lovely street. We've been looking for a while for a premises.

"It is nice to be in a more professional environment."

The couple praised the "vibrant" nature of Fisherton Street, adding: "It's got a great personality."

Since opening in the city centre, it has attracted plenty interest from passers-by.

A feature piece made of moss is currently being put together by Ed and Kate who are painstakingly creating it by hand to add to the eye catching window displays.

They said: "We've had quite a lot of interest already with people looking in.

Katy said: "It is something a bit different. You don't see architects with shop fronts.

"A lot of other architects are generally closed off in an office hidden away. We didn't want to be like that.

We've got a great window to show off our work and what we do."

Esdon Architects specialise in residential projects from new builds and period renovations to conversions and extensions as well as doing commercial projects.