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April 7 2006

Competitive edge
Cameronwebster is a new Glasgow practice formed by Robin Webster, the former head of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen, his daughter Miranda and son-in-law Robin Webster.
Robin Webster was the project architect on the Munkenbeck and Marshall’s elegant visitor centre on Bute and Miranda has worked in a number of high-profile practices including MacCormac’s. The practice, which is based in Walmer Crescent, the ‘Greek’ Thomson Crescent just off Paisley Road West, is currently working on a number of projects outside of Scotland, but construction work begins shortly on a new house inserted into a cliff face on the west coast of Scotland and the conservation of a private house in Glasgow for artist Jim Lambie.
They have just been shortlisted in their first Scottish competition, an open competition to design a new public square for Pollokshields. Cameronwebster are proposing a new botanical garden.

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