Over the past 25 years we have successfully delivered a series of important projects spread across the UK. Working internationally with private and public clients, we consider all projects unique, regardless of size or budget, and capable of providing a source of identity for place, organisation or individual. 

Collective Architecture Collective Architecture was established to pursue the themes of participation and sustainability in architecture. We are the first 100% Scottish employee-owned architecture practice and established to reward and involve staff in practice development, bringing care and commitment to every aspect of our work. Our ethos encourages employees to express themselves and research issues which are of relevance to both their work and to the wider society. 

We also have a specialist sustainable division ‘Collective Energy’ (established in 2020), to offer key services and advice around how to make buildings, places, processes, and communities more sustainable and effective. We are also the first architecture practice to drive cultural change on construction waste management from design to construction by joining the Construction Waste Portal.

 Case studies:

Anderston Phase 4&5

Bell Street Stables

Calton Hill

Hamiltonhill Masterplan

Leith Fort

Meadowbank Masterplan

Water Row 

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