Malcolm Fraser Architects cease trading
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August 25 2015
The decision brings to an end a practice which has delivered award winning work since its formation in 1993; including important work in the performance arts sector such as Scottish Ballet and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow and DanceBase in Edinburgh. Most recently the practice delivered a new museum for the Western Isles at Lews Castle, Stornoway.
Malcolm Fraser commented: “The work we did is beautiful and important. However we have been unable to make it profitable. I am immensely proud of what we have done over 22 years and the influence it has had. I hope my colleagues here, and the clients and ongoing work we had, will continue with other architectural practices. I, myself, will continue as an independent Consultant, but will also work with other architects, including on existing, long-gestating projects.”
The practice employed 15 people and won no fewer than eight RIBA Awards since its formation and secured the 2002 Doolan prize for DanceBase.
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