Young Architect of the Year

Hazel Roe-Bose

Nomination

Since joining Brown & Brown Hazel has grown into a multitude of roles, from acting as project architect, as well as dealing with inquiries and managing client relationships. She is a remarkably passionate and talented designer, who has also taken on a mentoring role with younger members of staff, in order to aid their development and growth. With responsibility across several areas of the practice, Hazel contributes significantly to the ethos of the firm, and her sensitivity, and clarity […]

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Scott Abercrombie

Nomination

Scott Abercrombie is an associate director at John Gilbert Architects. He has overseen the growth of the conservation sector for the practice in recent years and helped to secure commissions including work on category-A listed properties such as the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow.Scott is accredited in conservation by the RIBA and in interdisciplinary conservation by the IHBC. He fell for conservation once in practice and built his experience through being mentored by John Gilbert and enthusiastically engaging with […]

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Jamie Ross

Nomination

We nominate Jamie for this award due to his achievements as a young architect and practice director committed to delivering high-quality architecture while advocating for and implementing an open and collaborative studio culture. After graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone School of Architecture in 2012 with First Class Honours, Jamie worked with Stallan-Brand Architects from their inception to their growth as one of Scotland’s leading practices. Jamie established Technique at the age of 30, with the ambition to create exceptional sustainable […]

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Philip Zoechbauer

Nomination

Phil is an Architect whose passion for architecture is clear to see for all those who work with him. His dedication, attention to detail and leadership, has led him from Architect to jmarchitect’s youngest Project Director in the 7 years since he qualified in 2015 and the 10 years that he has worked at jmarchitects.   Phil is a skilled and considerate designer who graduated from the Mackintosh School of Architecture with a First-Class Honours Degree and a string of […]

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Rekha Barry

Nomination

We feel Rekha should win this award due to the dedication she shows to her projects, and how she utilises her great design abilities to support the needs of others. Rekha has been with Anderson Bell + Christie for 6 years, and in that time has shown a great aptitude and desire to take on any new project or problem that comes her way. Rekha is an extremely talented designer, but at the heart of her work is an […]

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Amy Knowles-Brown

Nomination

Amy joined Anderson Bell + Christie in 2017; since then, her people-centred design approach has had a significant influence on the office’s ability to design health and care projects focussed on dementia friendly design, care facilities for drug rehabilitation, intergenerational housing, and care homes for people with profound disabilities. Amy’s unique, innovative thinking and ability to distil complex briefs and challenging technical requirements have resulted in elegant, resolved designs with people at their heart. Due to her strong leadership […]

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