Collective Architecture is a studio of highly creative and talented architects who have acquired considerable professional experience to create well-designed, sustainable and innovative buildings and places. The practice is a 100 per cent employee-owned organisation intended to reward and involve staff in the development of the company.
We approach every job as a unique challenge and an exciting opportunity to develop the most dynamic and efficient buildings. The process starts with listening to our clients, understanding their needs and aspirations and then producing design-led solutions which are uniquely tailored to their context and the needs of the end user.
- Titan Crane Visitor Centre, Clydebank for Clydebank Re-built
- The Old Court House, refurbishment of B-Listed Building for Fyne Homes
- Linwood Regeneration, New Build Housing for Sanctuary Scotland
- Dalzeil St: New Build Housing: North Lanarkshire Housing Association
- Byron Street: New Build Housing for Partick Development Ltd
- Duke Street: Housing for Parkhead Housing Association
- Centrepoint Hub, Gowkthrapple for Garrion People's Housing Co-operative
- Blochairn New Build Housing for Blochairn Housing Association
- Argyle Street Upgrade for Glasgow City Council
- Bridgeton Business Centre for Clyde Gateway
- Dalziel Street, Motherwell, New Build Housing for Lanarkshire Housing Association
We work throughout the UK with private and public clients and have gathered many awards for our highly varied output these includes ; 2011- Roses Design Awards; Collective Architecture Practice of the Year (Nomination), Argyle Street Upgrade, Linwood Regeneration, 7 Lochs Masterplan. 2011 Scottish Design Awards; Linwood Regeneration, Argyle Street Upgrade, Byron Street. 2010 - Sustainable Social Housing Consultant of the Year (Nomination). 2010 - Roses Design Awards; King Street, Castlemilk Lighting, Springburn Towers, Castlemilk Lighting, 2010; Lighting Design Awards, Springburn Towers, Castlemilk Lighting.
New buildings which Collective Architecture have been involved in.
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