Mark is an architect by profession working with Gillespie, Kidd & Coia and in private practice. He teaches Urban Studies and Urban Building courses at the Mackintosh School of Architecture and has curated numerous exhibitions, written and lectured on Alexander Thomson. Earlier this year mark obtained a Lifetime Achievement Award for architectural education by the RIAS.
Sally has her own specialist landscape and design consultancy. Sally once was the Property Manager of Holmwood House during which time she joined the Alexander Thomson Society and subsequently became a Trustee. Joint originator of 1 Alexander Thomson Place project for the former Caledonia Road Church.
Scott is an ARB-registered Architect based in Glasgow with a strong interest in sustainable design, conservation and BIM, experienced in working with both private and social clients. Scott joined the Society in January 2016.
Zoë is currently studying her MArch, at Edinburgh University. She is passionate about building conservation, conservation philosophy and practice, traditional building materials and craft. Zoë has worked as the Scotland Officer at the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and in the Technical Research Group at Historic Scotland.
Worked for Architects Weddell and Thomson in the late 70s early 80s
Joined the Family firm of Construction Engineers in mid 80s, (Sutton services Int Ltd)
Now MD covering 5 UK offices, and international Offices in Abu Dhabi and Riyadh.
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Brigit is an architectural assistant working in Glasgow who specialises in conservation. She has recently completed a Masters project focussing on the restoration of historic buildings within areas of high deprivation, she is a former ICOMOS scholarship recipient and has previously published research on the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.