Matt Loader ARB
Matt studied Architecture at Edinburgh University and on graduating in 2004 he continued his professional development at various high profile architectural practices including Richard Murphy Architects in Edinburgh, Taller de Arquictectura Arcadia in Huelva, Spain, and Elder and Cannon in Glasgow.
While at Elder and Cannon he worked on a number of award winning projects including The Glasgow City Mission (for which he was project architect) and also the Shettleston Housing Association Offices which won the Doolan Prize as the best building in Scotland in 2010.
Matt is a talented designer who enjoys meeting with clients to develop and hone their brief, in turn allowing him to make a project tailored to their needs and which they will love for many years to come.
Iain Monteith ARB, RIBA
Iain studied Architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in 2010, where he is now a part time studio tutor.
Throughout his studies he continued to work in private practice with FBN Architects, Elder and Cannon and Page \ Park Architects, gaining over 15 years experience working on a variety of projects including: private and social housing (NGHA), higher education (University of Edinburgh) and healthcare (NHS Lothian & Greater Glasgow).
Whilst at Page \ Park Architects Iain led the practice's health care sector with his work for the West End Medical Practice in Edinburgh being recognised by the Scottish Design Awards as the best healthcare project of 2014.
Iain believes that the success of any project lies in understanding both client requirements and context in order to create a truly responsive project suited to both user and place.
Iain King ARB, RIAS, RIBA
Iain is an accredited RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect and holds an RIAS accreditation in Conservation.
For over ten years Iain worked for Page \ Park Architects gaining hands-on experience as project architect on some of the most significant historic cultural buildings in the country where specialist conservation repairs and adaptation have been the focus. Of particular note is Iain’s role as the project architect in the restoration of the Glasgow School of Art, Rosslyn Chapel and Kelvingrove Bandstand.
Iain’s experience has translated into diverse design thinking, problem solving and lateral thinking. He has a positive and proactive approach to conservation and his expertise and understanding of historic buildings can help positively guide and support projects.