About the practice

Whether a major public project or a private commission, our aim is to demonstrate the potential that can be achieved through considered design. We work closely with our clients to develop a climate for discussion that allows for exploration and understanding of their needs and strive to find solutions beyond their initial expectations.

We aim to engender awareness of the particular constraints and qualities of the wider surroundings and, whether within a city or a rural location, spatial development is informed through consideration of efficiency of use and a response to surroundings, and experience, shape, views, approach and movement through a site.

Languages spoken

German

Awards won

2012 Marlaw - G.I.A. Awards - Winner /Residential

2012 National Museum of Scotland - Civic Trust Awards - Winner /Special Award

2012 Marlaw Scottish Design Awards - Award /Residential

2012 National Museum of Scotland - RIBA Awards - Winner

2012 National Museum of Scotland - RIAS Awards - Winner

2011 National Museum of Scotland - RIAS Andrew Doolan Award - Winner /Best Building in Scotland

2011 National Museum of Scotland - G.I.A. Awards - Winner /Conservation

2009 Gareth Hoskins Architects - Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Architect Team of the Year

2009 A Gathering Space, Scotland in Venice 2008 - Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Low Cost Project

2009 Art Park Bellahouston - Scottish Design Awards - Winner Public Realm /Landscaping

2008 Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre - G.I.A. Awards - Winner /Leisure/Retail

2007 Marionville Court Care Home - G.I.A. Awards - Winner /Best Healthcare Project

2007 Robin House Children’s Hospice - The Civic Trust Awards - Winner /Health and Wellbeing Award

2007 The Bridge Arts Centre - BCI Awards - Winner /Regeneration Award

2007 The Bridge Arts Centre - RIBA Awards - Winner /National Awards

2007 The Bridge Arts Centre - RIBA Awards - Winner /Regional Awards

2007 The Bridge Arts Centre - Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Architecture Grand Prix

2007 The Bridge Arts Centre - Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Best Public Building

2007 Sarah Murphy - Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Emerging Architect of the Year

2006 BD Architect of the Year Awards - Winner /Health Architect of the Year

2006 Robin House Children’s Hospice - G.I.A. Awards - Winner

2006 The Bridge Arts Centre - G.I.A. Awards - Winner

2005 Community Centre for Health, Partick - G.I.A. Awards - Winner

2001 Bobbin Mill, Comrie - The Civic Trust Awards - Winner /Regional

2001 Families Reception Centre, HM Prison, Edinburgh - RIBA Awards - Winner /Regional Awards

2000 Building Awards - Winner /Young Architectural Practice of the Year

2000 Scottish Design Awards - Winner /Young Architect of the Year

2000 Mackintosh Interpretation Centre - Scottish Design Awards - Winner