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IMAG submitted for Planning

IMAG submitted for Planning

The Highland Council, in collaboration with Threesixty Architecture and Lightfolio, have developed proposals for enhancing the urban environment surrounding the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG). The illuminated fins and street works will create a unifying...
Threesixty Architecture continues to Grow

Threesixty Architecture continues to Grow

Threesixty Architecture has continued its expansion with the arrival of Caroline Torres as Marketing Manager and Paul Masini as IT Manager. Both will be based in Glasgow and support the 50 + staff across Glasgow, Inverness and Perth studios. Returning to her hometown...
Stornoway Masterplan – Open Day

Stornoway Masterplan – Open Day

A Stornoway Masterplan is being developed which aims to develop a clear vision for the physical development of Stornoway, and sets out proposals to address the key strategic challenges and opportunities facing the town. This has been identifying small, medium and...
Orkney Research + Innovation Campus

Orkney Research + Innovation Campus

We are delighted to announce that Threesixty Architecture have been appointed for the redevelopment of the old Academy and former Primary School of Stromness. Highlands + Islands Enterprise and Orkney Islands Council have joined together to create a research, academia...
Planning secured for Blackdog masterplan

Planning secured for Blackdog masterplan

Plans for the mixed-use masterplan by Threesixty Architecture for Ashfield Land has been granted planning approval by Aberdeenshire Council. Located two miles north of Aberdeen’s city limits, the Blackdog development supports three separate planning applications...
Gillian’s Marathon Challenge – Part 2

Gillian’s Marathon Challenge – Part 2

After 6 months of training, 125 workouts and over 530 miles covered, our Glasgow Director, Gillian, is packing her bags tomorrow and heading down to London to take part in the Marathon. The race starts at 10am on Sunday in Greenwich Park, and luckily the first 10...