jmarchitects have been taking part in a collaboration between Denmark and Scotland at this year’s Venice Biennale.
The event, titled The Happenstance includes discussions and presentations focused on the theme of ‘Possible Spaces – Sustainable Development through Collaborative Innovations’. Although each project has very different responses to the Biennale theme of Freespace both look at teaching material and collaboration.
A panel including jmarchitects Design Director Ian Alexander will be discussing why it’s important to change the way we collaborate to build and make solutions for a sustainable future, and why it’s important to reach the future generation as well as adult and professionals. This will be followed by presentations from architects from each country who will present what is current in learning environments and touch on the current thinking and approach to designing for young people, teaching staff and communities.
jmarchitects are delighted to be reappointed to Calanais Visitor Centre!
Following a public tender process, jmarchitects are delighted to announce our design team have been re-selected to progress the next stages of the development of the Calanais Visitor Centre!
We are pleased to announce that Julie is now a qualified Mental Health First Aider!
Julie from our Glasgow studio joins our team of Mental Health First Aiders who are here to offer support and promote positive wellbeing in the workplace.
jmarchitects Edinburgh welcomes Rachel to the team!
While our technical team goes from strength to strength, so does the jmarchitects Admin team! We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Rachel Mach, who joins us in Scotland working with both our Edinburgh and Glasgow studios.