Principal Heather Dubbeldam invited to speak at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen Scotland on March 14

Principal Heather Dubbeldam has been invited to deliver a lecture at the Robert Gordon University’s Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment in Aberdeen, Scotland on March 14th. Established as one of the three oldest architectural institutions in the UK, dating back to the 19th century, the school is renowned for its innovative approach, integrating cutting-edge technologies and contemporary practices across all facets of building design and construction. With a strong emphasis on social responsibility and research, the school is dedicated to fostering sustainable and forward-thinking architectural solutions that address present challenges while anticipating future needs.

Heather’s talk, entitled “Building Ideas”, will share the inspiration and processes behind our projects and initiatives, highlighting how sustainable approaches are seamlessly integrated throughout. She will discuss the ethos of our firm, showcasing how ongoing design research and collaborative efforts within our office shape our projects. Heather’s presentation aims to showcase the innovative thinking and processes behind our built work.