Position for Part 2 or Part 3 Architect.
GMA are looking for an enthusiastic and talented designer to join our small practise. This is an opportunity to join an award winning practise with a strong design ethic and a wide range of interesting projects. You should have good design and presentation skills. You need to be proficient in Autocad and it would also be a benefit if you have SketchUp and other 3D rendering skills. If you are interested in applying please send your CV and portfolio (not more than 10MB) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted that The Borders Distillery has won the award for the Best Commercial Renovation in the Borders Design Awards 2018.
It is also the winner of the AJ Heritage Project of the Year in the AJ Architecture Awards 2018 and is an award winner in the 2019 Civic Trust Awards, category of award to be announced in March 2019.
Our design for a contemporary extension to a listed building in the Scottish Borders will bring light into the existing building and provide beautiful unobstructed views down the valley and River Tweed. Planning Permission has been granted and works will proceed later this year.
Over the last week, The Borders Distillery has been mentioned in several articles and media outlets. This video by Stuart Cameron includes an interesting timelapse of the construction and a brief interview with Annie (GMA).
GMA obtains Planning permission for a contemporary family home in Crichton Village
The modest scale contemporary family home of high quality will sit sensitively into the location and enhance the character of the site. The house is designed in two main volumes of one and a half storey, similar to existing properties in the village with a lower entrance volume linking the two.
Our recent project at Lasswade completed
GMA is proud of the end-result achieved in this carefully detailed extension in Lasswade.
The kitchen dining area is filled with light and has beautiful views across the valley. The highly glazed contemporary design floats above the ground and is a sensitive addition to the historic house.