Hamish McMichael | BA Arch, Dip Arch, RIBA

Following his graduation from the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Hamish worked and studied in Edinburgh, Montpelier and San Francisco. Since joining the practice in 1999,  Hamish developed his interest in the challenges presented by inserting contemporary architecture into historic sites and listed buildings. Hamish has particular skills in developing feasibility studies and strategic analysis. This led him to being one of the first Architects in the UK to become a RIBA Accredited Conservation Architect (2010).

Hamish’s recent projects include the £26M refurbishment of the Sinclair and Clerici buildings at Oxford Brookes University (pictured) and the Oculus teaching centre at the University of Warwick. He was also instrumental to the practice being appointed to design Canterbury Cathedral’s new Welcome Centre, in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is currently on site.