Name:

Graeme Massie

Job Title:

Lecturer, Mackintosh School of Architecture

Department:

Mackintosh School of Architecture

Image:

Graeme Massie Architects’ masterplan
for Old Habour site in Iceland

Graeme Massie Architects’ masterplan

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Graeme Massie

Graeme is a lecturer in design at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, and has previously taught at both the University of Newcastle and the University of Dundee Schools of Architecture.
He is also the founding Director of Graeme Massie Architects Ltd, which he established in 2004, and is responsible for the creative direction of the practice.

Graeme was named Architect of the Year at the 2010 Scottish Design Awards and was the recipient of the Royal Scottish Academy Gold Medal for Architecture in both 2005 and 2007. The work of Graeme Massie Architects encompasses architecture, master planning and landscape for both private and public sector clients, in diverse locations ranging from local to international. The practice believes in the importance of collaboration and engagement, working closely with clients, users, sponsors, communities, artists and other consultants. In favouring a rigorous, research-based approach, their projects grow from asking the right questions. Whether creating spaces in which to live, work, visit or simply pass through, each project is viewed as a unique challenge requiring a unique solution._

The practice has established a reputation, nationally and internationally, for producing architecture and design of the highest quality. The work of Graeme Massie Architects has been widely published and exhibited.

Graeme Massie on RADAR

Bonn Square, Oxford, UK

Bonn Square, Oxford, UK Massie, Graeme (2009) Bonn Squ...

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Vatnsmyri Urban Plan, Reykjavik, Iceland

Vatnsmyri Urban Plan, Reykjavik, Iceland Massie, Graeme ...

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