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Graduated: Aberdeen 1996 BSc (Hons). University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 1997 March
ARB registered, RIBA & RIAS member, Scottish Ecological Design Association Member and Edinburgh’s Cockburn Association Member
Design tutor, The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Calum established Calum Duncan Architects after 17 years with Malcolm Fraser Architects. Significant project experience included working on the Stirling Prize shortlisted Dance Base in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket; Dance City, Newcastle with a multi-use programme of flexible dance studios. Within Berwick-upon Tweed’s historic town walls, a Conservation area, Calum was project architect for Berwick Workspace, involving a new building within the tight historic pattern, including: workspaces, conference and flexible community use. Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, for the University of Edinburgh, is the first listed building to achieve BREEAM ‘Outstanding’. This alteration of the significant Old High School building was a complex project from the perspective of conservation, access requirements and sustainability. This experience demonstrates Calum’s interest in, multi-use building programmes and a sensitive modern design approach with an understanding of conservation issues and a strong environmental agenda, but without the sacrifice of quality of design or function.

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Calum Duncan

Edinburgh, UK

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Graduated: Aberdeen 1996 BSc (Hons). University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 1997 March ARB registered, RIBA & RIAS member, Scottish Ecological Design Association Member and Edinburgh’s Cockburn Association Member Design tutor, The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Calum established Calum Duncan Architects after 17 years with Malcolm Fraser Architects. Significant project experience included working on the Stirling Prize shortlisted Dance Base in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket; Dance City, Newcastle with a multi-use programme of flexible dance studios. Within Berwick-upon Tweed’s historic town walls, a Conservation area, Calum was project architect for Berwick Workspace, involving a new building within the tight historic pattern, including: workspaces, conference and flexible community use. Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, for the University of Edinburgh, is the first listed building to achieve BREEAM ‘Outstanding’. This alteration of the significant Old High School building was a complex project from the perspective of conservation, access requirements and sustainability. This experience demonstrates Calum’s interest in, multi-use building programmes and a sensitive modern design approach with an understanding of conservation issues and a strong environmental agenda, but without the sacrifice of quality of design or function.

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