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Graeme Massie Architects was established in 2004, and has established a reputation, nationally and internationally, for producing exemplary architecture and design across a wide ranging project portfolio.
Although architects our work also encompasses master planning, landscaping, product design and public art. We believe in the importance of collaboration and engagement, working closely with clients, users, sponsors, communities, artists and consultants. Sustainability, in all aspects of the practice?s work, is a central concern.
The practice has enjoyed remarkable success in open international design competition. We have overseen the completion of our RIBA competition-winning proposals for the redevelopment of Oxford?s historic Bonn Square, and similarly our international competition-winning masterplan proposals for both the regeneration of the Old Harbour in Reykjavik and the town centre of Akureyri in Iceland are now complete. Work on our RIBA competition-winning proposal for the £12m redevelopment project for Centenary Square in Birmingham are ongoing, and is scheduled for completion in 2019.
Our work has been widely exhibited and published, and recently featured in the 2016 publication New Architects which highlights the work of the most important new practices of the past decade.
2017 1st Prize, International Competition, Urban Plan for Linkeroever, Antwerp, Belgium 2016 Shortlisted, Vlaams Bouwmeester International Competition, Gedempte Zuiderdokken, Antwerp, Belgium Shortlisted, RIBA International Competition, Moorside, Cumbria 2015 1st Prize, RIBA International Competition, Centenary Square, Birmingham ?2014 3rd Place, UIA International Competition, Liget Budapest Museum of Ethnography, Hungary ?2013 3rd Place, RIAS International Copmpetition, George Square, Glasgow 2011 Longlisted, RIBA International Competition, Ullswater Yacht Club, Lake District Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Gallery of Modern Art Entrance Hall, Edinburgh 2010 Winner, Architect of the Year, Scottish Design Awards Winner, Placemaking Award, Scottish Design Awards Old Harbour, Reykjavik, Iceland) Winner, Public Realm Award, Scottish Design Awards (Bonn Square, Oxford, UK) 2009 1st Prize, International Competition, Master Plan for Old Harbour, Reykjavik, Iceland Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Temporary Installation at 122 Leadenhall Street Competition, City of London Commendation, Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Awards (Bonn Square, Oxford) Shortlisted, International Competition, Pennine Squared, Clitheroe, Lancashire 2008 1st Prize, RIAS Competition, Pavilion for Scotland, International Book Fair, Kolkata, India 1st Prize, International Competition, Urban Plan for Vatnsmyri, Reykjavik, Iceland Shortlisted, RIAS International Competition, Stromness Pierhead, Orkney Shortlisted, RIAS Competition, Pavilion for Scotland, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy 2007 Runner-up, Young Architect of the Year Winner, Royal Scottish Academy Medal for Architecture Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Public Art Installation, Swansea Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Public Art Installation, Widnes. 1st Prize, RIAS Competition, Plots 16/21 Highland Housing Fair, Inverness Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Public Art Installation, Flintshire 2006 Shortlisted, Invited Competition, Community Centre, Collieston Commendation, Placemaking Award, Scottish Design Awards (Town Centre Plan for Akureyri, Iceland) Commendation, Product Design Award, Scottish Design Awards 2005 Winner, Royal Scottish Academy Medal for Architecture 1st Prize, RIBA International Competition, Bonn Square, Oxford, UK 1st Prize, International Competition, Master Plan for Akureyri Town Centre, Iceland
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