Macgregor Smith keenly support their colleagues through this professional development by providing mentors and holding regular CPD sessions, workshops and discussion groups to ensure they are fully prepared ahead of their exams
A Botanical Research Facility for Medicinal Plants in the Rising Crisis of Antibiotic Resistance, located in Larnaka, Cyprus.
A contemporary reinterpretation of the Cyprus Healing Monasteries brings together a Botanic Gardens, offering research facilities, reception, shop and café, and exhibition area.
Emma’s design employs the building creates a courtyard garden typology, which is focussed across Cyprus. The walled garden becomes a place of tranquillity, escape and research away from the busy life of the city and waterfront landscape.
Rupert Grierson, Director of Macgregor Smith in presenting the award to Sophie, recognised her work as an excellent, clear and concise design proposal. It revealed a real sensitivity for context elevated through exceptional graphic presentation.
Construction is about to begin on the next phases of Shanghai Business Park, owned by CHJ. Working with GMP Architects,… Read more
We are delighted to welcome George Luffingham and Harriet Baldwin from Bath University School of Architecture. Both will be completing… Read more
Exciting new proposals for the redevelopment of Bargate Quarter have been granted approval by Southampton City Council. This unique site… Read more
We are delighted to announce that Jamie has joined our team of Associates. Jamie has led some of our major… Read more
This October we reach the ripe age of 25! To celebrate this milestone, below we are showcasing our projects old… Read more
Funded by the Millennium Commission, the Millennium Coastal Park was a project focused around a vision to give the coast… Read more