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One team, many talents

To us, who is more important than what. We can provide you with a team of thinkers, designers, detailers, do-ers, creators. Whoever’s needed, when they’re needed.

One team, many talents

To us, who is more important than what. We can provide you with a team of thinkers, designers, detailers, do-ers, creators. Whoever’s needed, when they’re needed.

Who Are We?

Threesixty Architecture is an architectural practice that has studios across Scotland. With a strong history of repeat work, we continue to deliver considered design for buildings, places, and spaces.
We work across most sectors including:

Retail, Leisure, Commercial, Residential, Community, Healthcare, and Industrial.

We are continually pushing ourselves to what is best and not just what is easy, and we are committed to creating the best environment for a client, user and wider community. We deliver these projects using our multicultural talent across the practice. Our multilingual studios are currently fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, and Gaelic!

160

Songs listened to everyday

31%

of our staff cycle to work

8

languages
spoken

10

different nationalities

Anthony Fusi

Architect

Having returned to Glasgow to join Threesixty after 7 years in Manchester, Anthony has worked on multiple sectors including commercial, hospitality, health, blue light and retail. He is passionate about his espresso and still believes he will one day write a Christmas number one.

Adrian Robinson

Architect

A core member of the practice since 2005, running all manner of tricky projects from conception through to completion. Exceptional technical ability, always right and generally awesome at everything.

Giovanni Pesiri

Architect

Gio and his wardrobe joined Threesixty in 2009, and brought with him/it an entire redefinition of the term ‘colourful’. Gio continues to successfully deliver a variety of projects no matter what the scale, and when something is broken and needs to be fixed Gio’s the man with the right tools.

Ben Brodie

Graphic Designer

Working across a range of sectors, Ben applies his multi-disciplinary graphic skills to a range of marketing and project work. Keen to explore intersection between architecture and graphic design, Threesixty provides an energetic environment that inspires him to explore new ideas and processes.

Rory Kellett

Architect - Director

Rory loves Architecture and the Highlands. In 2008 he combined these passions and opened our Inverness studio. With lots of experience across the Commercial, Retail and Residential sectors, he has developed a strong team who deliver projects across the north of Scotland.

Julie Thomas

3D Visualiser

Originally from Toulouse, Julie moved to Glasgow in 2019 to study 3D visualisation. She loves drawing, travelling and collecting tea pots. She dreams of one day having her paintings on show in an art gallery.

Stefano Faiella

Architect - Director

[Noun, Italian, Ste-Fa-No] 1. To cause accidental breakage/spillage. Doing a Stef 2. Acoustic: Loud. Very Loud. Stef Loud. 3. Work: doesn’t wait for that special project. Every project is special. 4. Partytecture: goes to work to play with friends.

Paul Masini

IT Manager

Paul is our IT specialist with over 16 years experience in 'dealing' with Architects. He's a former Scottish bowls internationalist who enjoys a wee Chateauneuf du Pape and malt whisky. He also has a strange obsession with zombie apocalypses and shoes.

Rebecca Trainer

Architectural Assistant

Rebecca joined as a student in 2014, and loving the design culture and values of Threesixty she jumped at the chance to return full time in 2017. In addition to her role as aspiring visioneer for the transformation of unloved retail environments, she can often be found educating the younger team members on the fundamentals of 'partytecture'.

Gillian Allan

Architect - Director

Gillian has a twin thing going on, dividing her skills between Community and Retail projects, she is passionate about exceeding the Client's demands and end user's expectations. Design focused yet commercially aware. More 'twice as nice' than 'double trouble' she also loves running and eating.

Tom Dryburgh

Architectural Technician

Originally from Inverness, after having worked abroad on a wide variety of projects in Vietnam, Dubai and London, he has returned to Inverness to practice and pursue his career in the Scottish Highlands. During the weekends he enjoys hillwalking and being outdoors in Scotland’s fine weather.

Lucy Fairbrother

Architectural Assistant

Moving from Perth to Glasgow, Lucy studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, and is now embarking on her Part 1 ‘year-out’ in our Glasgow studio. Lucy has big plans this year to master the art of frothing milk, as so far her fellow Part 1, Hayley, has shown her up.

Stuart Graham

Architect

A BIM specialist and fan of sketching with fat felt tip pens, Stuart likes a challenge and has a track record in the design and delivery of complex schemes across a range of sectors including Commercial, Retail, Industrial, Hospitality and Education.

Sam Wilson

Architectural Assistant

Sam likes to point out he's not a sports fanatic, but does love to travel. He has worked in Barcelona, Melbourne, London and Wellington, but says these are culturally poor in comparison to Threesixty Glasgow. For some reason he likes really loud socks.

Christy Doherty

Architectural Assistant

Christy is the second shinty player to join Threesixty and, along with Neal, has the ambition to create a Threesixty team. She loves travelling around the big cities of Europe, a passion probably born from spending most of her life in the quiet suburbs of Bearsden.

Hayley Peel

Architectural Assistant

Originally from Canada, Hayley joined the Glasgow studio with a passion for urban design that can be used to solve social and environmental concerns. A jill of all trades and master of most, Hayley spends her free time picking up random hobbies from crocheting and sewing her own garments to latte art that will surely qualify her as the studio barista.

Richard Scott

Architect

Owner of the studio's most powerful facial hair, this ex-Samson of architectural drawing produces outstanding quality work. An admirer of strength, particularly in terms of concept and cups of tea, but also has a delicate side and love of a good detail.

Grace Brown

Architectural Assistant

Grace is a Part 2 student from the Mackintosh School of Architecture. She is interested in urban regeneration and the social impact of design on communities. A strong believer in the design value of modelmaking, you will probably find her in our onsite workshop, creating models for our studio and our clients.

Alan Anthony

Architect - Managing Director

Alan founded the practice and is responsible for the strategic direction of the business. He devotes much of his time to project inception, concept development and design review. He has a particular passion for vision led regeneration and reinvention of urban centres and this sits well with his current position as Scottish Chair of Revo (the retail property and placemaking community).

Adrian Fatol

Architect

Adrian moved to the Highlands from Romania in 2006, and joined our Inverness studio in 2021. He’s particularly interested in community driven place making and energy efficient buildings. Adrian hobbies include oil painting and taking computers apart with varying degrees of success. Carrying a few racquets in his car, he’s always ready for a game of tennis.

Paul Hegarty

Architect

Originally from Belfast, Paul moved to Glasgow in 2003 to study at the Art School. After uni, he worked in Canada, then on to Perth before returning to Glasgow. Paul has a love of any sport which has led him to becoming a qualified ski instructor and still believes he could make it as a professional 'Hungry Hungry Hippos' player.

Laura Ronald

Practice Administrator

Laura has been here since the beginning. She heads up the practice administration and finance for Threesixty, and takes care of the dirty work like payroll, credit control, purchase ledger and sales invoicing. Her bossy and flirty nature comes in handy for this role!

Kieron Goodman

Architect - Director

Being one for the detail, Kieron brings this focussed attention to the studio in all matters. A skilled all-rounder he loves the complexity in a challenge and finding that perfect solution that ticks the shared goal box. Once he’s done all that, he eats biscuits then runs.

Asya Ballantine

Architect

Asya has an eye for symmetrical facades and modern rustic interiors. Originally from Bulgaria she has a passion for exploring new horizons and facing challenging design briefs. Asya has an individual and unconventional approach to design and has demonstrated a strong will to think outside the box. A fan of furry animals such as pandas and highland cows, she is a keen animal welfare enthusiast.

Molly McGrath

Architectural Assistant

Molly is an outdoor enthusiast with a passion for all things green. With a year’s experience working in the Himalayas, she takes precedents from the natural landscape for her designs, creating buildings that complement their surroundings. She enjoys the topic of people focused architecture where a design is integrated into the community as well as the urban context.

Gerry Grams

Architect

Born and trained in Glasgow and with every breath he takes, Gerry is passionate about the city he lives and works in. With too many years’ experience in architecture, urbanism and academia and in both private and public sectors, he believes that a strong concept should be good enough to be visible at the end of a project.

Anthony Hubbert

Architect

Architect, running enthusiast, music fascist. His love of all things design is balanced by his pathological loathing of all things soft rock, with a special hatred reserved for Bon Jovi.

Kirsty Cadger

Architect

Kirsty joined us as a student in 2014. She has since studied abroad in the Czech Republic and Canada and completed a masters in distillery design. With a vast sporting background as both player and coach her skills are in team management, communication and knee injuries. Kirsty has experience across many sectors but has a particular thing for whisky distilleries.

Douglas Allan

Technical Manager

Dougie is undoubtedly Threesixty’s unflappable technical guru with a background in Building Control that's vital when challenged. This marathon man has an eye for detail, great technical sketches and a penchant for bikes, beer and big boxes, proving all the best things come in small packages.

Neal Hemingway

Architect

Neal and our resident “Idea Generator” joined the Inverness studio in 2012 moving south to Glasgow a year later. With strong conceptual skills Neal enjoys taking on a challenge. When not working on a wide variety of projects, he enjoys connecting with his northern routes through a game of Shinty.

Gina Colley

Architect

As a general design enthusiast, Gina loves taking on a new challenge. Particularly interested in accessible and inclusive design, she always ensures a people-first approach. From modelmaking to DIY, she loves making things by hand, approaching everything with positivity and creativity.

Ross Marshall

3D Visualiser

Ross is our 3D Visualisation expert. He uses his architectural background to turn the most abstract concepts into exciting 3D creations. With over 15 years’ in all things 3D he's an experienced artist with an eye for detail and a creative spark. Ross loves film, far-flung travel and will happily recount the time when he had an inside tour of Pixar.

Aurora Tallon

Architect

Originally from Madrid, Aurora joined Threesixty in 2013 for a short internship and has stayed on since. Focussed in the social impact of design and always willing to try new things (haggis, Irn Bru, Bovril, etc) and start new ideas (community garden's, swap shops, time banks…), Aurora lives life with a smile!

Join our Team?

We love to share in our success. If you’re interested in being part of our culture and work environment then we’d love to hear from you.