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Threesixty Architecture Moves to New Inverness City Centre Studio

14 years after opening an Inverness studio, Threesixty Architecture have taken occupation of their new studio on Academy Street – a unique and contemporary development in the heart of Inverness.

Apr 7, 2022 by Alan Anthony

Threesixty Architecture is now a Certified B Corp

We are extremely proud to announce that Threesixty Architecture is now a Certified B Corp, joining a growing global community of over 5,000 companies who believe in using their business as a force for good. B Corps ( meet high standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability to balance profit […]

Sep 23, 2022 by Kieron Goodman

Threesixty Publishes New Cookbook

Originally conceived as a fun way to celebrate the wonderful and diverse personalities in the practice and our collective love of cooking and eating together, that first edition surprisingly went on to be successful in the Scottish Design Awards.

May 17, 2022 by Alan Anthony

Threesixty Architecture Extends Management Team

we are pleased to announce the promotions of Anthony Hubbert, Adrian Robinson and Ross Marshall to Director level and Anthony Fusi, Gina Colley, Paul Hegarty and Neal Hemingway to Associate Director level.

May 12, 2022 by Alan Anthony

Threesixty Architecture’s Part 1 Handbook

At Threesixty Architecture we have annually employed ‘year-out’ Architectural Assistants. This ‘year-out’ typically occurs between a student’s 3rd and 4th year of university. It is a year where a student can gain practical and professional experience within an architectural practice that will support their journey to becoming a qualified Architect.

Apr 14, 2022 by Kieron Goodman

Threesixty Architecture’s Sustainable Design Agenda

In 2019 we made the positive commitment to being a Net Zero Carbon business. Our internal ‘Green Team’ do a fantastic job of continually challenging our energy and waste reduction targets and are well established in monitoring and offsetting the impact our business has on our planet. At Threesixty we also have the responsibility, through […]

Apr 7, 2022 by Kieron Goodman

We’re Featured in the Future Paisley Exhibition

Threesixty Managing Director Alan Anthony was interviewed about the Paisley 2030 Vision document.

Jan 26, 2022 by Neal Hemingway

Scattered Space: Inclusive and Regenerative Workplace

The pandemic has thrown up many questions that challenge the status quo of the city centre office zone. It has also magnified some of the fundamental equality issues facing society today.

Aug 13, 2021 by Gina Colley

Our Carbon Offsetting Strategy

Like many businesses at the moment, we are going through a process of review and investigation to understand what impact our own business has on our environment. As a professional services business our Carbon Footprint is limited to the running of our premises and our modes of business transport, however we can still better manage our energy consumption and operational factors, and set a goal to reduce our carbon and waste footprints.

Feb 1, 2021 by Kieron Goodman

Using a Community Garden Development to Strengthen a Neighbourhood

After years of neglect our communal tenement garden was overgrown with brambles, ivy, and weeds. It was damp and dark with an unloved feeling, and becoming unpleasant to be in. With lockdown restrictions in place and furloughed workers at home, together we had the opportunity to rejuvenate this shared space for all to enjoy. Objective […]

Dec 7, 2020 by Richard Scott

Threesixty Annual Conference goes Virtual

This month saw us hold our Annual Conference, converting this from the traditional physical setting to a digital platform. We were delighted the day was a fantastic success and if you’d like to know more about this important day in our practice please read on!

Sep 16, 2020 by Gina Colley

Maintaining Culture and Values in the Remote Workplace

As of two weeks ago the Threesixty Architecture team has been working remotely and are fully operational. Like many following the government instruction to stay at home, we have repurposed kitchens, dining rooms and spare rooms into studios.

Apr 1, 2020 by Ben Brodie

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

On International Women’s day we look back at some of our recent activities and achievements that celebrate gender equality and diversity.

Mar 8, 2020 by Gina Colley

Creating Together in the Highlands

Architects & Architectural Assistants: do you care about making places better? Would you like to work, live and play in the Highlands? Would you like to design and deliver within an enjoyable and creative work environment? You have an opportunity to be an integral part of a design led team based in the Highlands. We have […]

Nov 18, 2019 by Rory Kellett

How Our Workshop Helps Us Develop Projects

Whilst we have always been passionate and had the desire to make models, our new creative workshop has allowed model making to become an integral part of our studio culture.

Oct 30, 2019 by Grace Brown

Regeneration Through Repurposing Retail

Christy’s experience working for Threeesixty Architecture has revolved around retail and leisure-based projects, and over the course of the past 12 months the practices’ work has shifted towards the challenges, relationships and opportunities that High Street Shopping Centres pose for struggling High Streets across the whole of the UK. Christy’s professional experience and personal interest […]

Apr 18, 2019 by Christy Doherty

Rome Whisky Festival 2019

Threesixty Director Stef was asked to give a talk at this year’s Rome Whisky Festival on the innovative approach to distillery design at Port of Leith Distillery, along with our clients, Ian and Paddy. Before presenting the architecture of the new building in Italian, Stef acted as translator for Ian and Paddy, who gave the audience a valuable […]

Mar 6, 2019 by Gina Colley

The Inflatable Pavilion Concept

Tiia and Martha were not long into their Part 1 placement with Threesixty Architecture when, at our Annual Conference, they were given the opportunity to present their own design ideas for an in-house design competition. After entering their initial proposal, they were shortlisted for the final where they presented their concept in front of the […]

Feb 5, 2019 by Martha Duncan

Creating Together – The Threesixty Architecture Cookbook

So why is an architectural practice producing a cookbook? It’s a fair question; I suppose it primarily arose from our multicultural team eating together at lunchtime following our desire to outlaw eating “al-desko”. We would often have food envy when confronted with a colleague’s culinary creations and we all quickly learned to cook extra for […]

Jan 12, 2018 by Neal Hemingway

Gasometer RIBA design competition entry

Our RIBA design competition entry was a collaboration between the Glasgow and Inverness studios to propose innovative uses for existing Gasometer bases, across a variety of National Grid-owned sites. The unique brief provided a platform toexplore concepts for the regeneration of post-industrial sites throughout the UK. The first phase of the design took place at […]

Jan 10, 2018 by Neal Hemingway

Website Refresh

Our previous website was developed in 2014 and successfully helped to reflect the cultural aspirations of Threesixty to an online audience. Leading with our People and our Values the feedback to our site was very positive. It was different, it was fresh and it reflected us. However we always like to keep improving, and over […]

Dec 8, 2017 by Kieron Goodman

Ross Street Market and The Barras

Market and Street Food trading have been prominent areas of research for Threesixty in recent years. Gina has spent her final year at university studying Glasgow’s historic Barras Market. Part of her thesis work has been included in Blueprint Magazine’s 2017 Design Graduates ‘The Ones to Watch’ feature. The research considers the future of The […]

Oct 12, 2017 by Gina Colley

Threesixty Architecture celebrate Studio Anniversary

Threesixty Architecture are celebrating their 12-year anniversary. Alan Anthony first opened the studio’s doors to clients in 2005 on Independence Day 4th of July. This date is celebrated every year across the Glasgow, Inverness and Perth Studios; even if it is a school night! Today the studio led by Alan is going from strength to […]

Jul 4, 2017 by Alan Anthony

95 Bothwell Street refurb completed for TH Real Estate

In tandem we developed a design to refurbish the reception space. Although rich with quality of materials, it had a dated and tired appearance. The space needed a design lift with the aim of vastly improving the arrival experience to the property. Given the Category B Listing the brief was to undertake a refurbishment on […]

Jun 22, 2017 by Kieron Goodman

Port of Leith – Community Consultation Open Day

Threesixty Architecture have been appointed by the Muckle Brig Ltd to design the first single malt whisky distillery in Leith for over a century that will resurrect whisky production in the area. Located right on the edge of the harbour, the site is next to The Royal Yacht Britannia and The Ocean Terminal Centre. Muckle […]

Jun 16, 2017 by Stefano Faiella

Work starts on site at new housing development

Work has begun on the Raining’s Stairs development in Inverness. The development is a partnership between Ark Estates, Highland Housing Alliance and Highland Council. Sixteen new flats will be split over individual blocks designed to suit the challenging topography of the city centre site.  The development will also include a commercial unit, suitable for use […]

Jun 15, 2017 by Rory Kellett

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 language which defines wayfinding over a large site, screen unsightly zones, and make the area safe, vibrant, and accessible […]

Jun 11, 2017 by Rory Kellett

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 of Glasgow from London, Caroline brings 12 years’ experience of working with […]

Jun 1, 2017 by Alan Anthony

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 large level strategies to improve the local environment and infrastructure for residents and visitors, […]

May 16, 2017 by Rory Kellett

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 and business campus in Stromness.   The campus will house both existing and future occupants such […]

May 4, 2017 by Rory Kellett

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 including the proposals for a new sustainable mixed-use community.  At the heart of this gateway development for the Energetica Corridor […]

Apr 28, 2017 by Kieron Goodman

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 miles provide her with a number of ‘run […]

Apr 20, 2017 by Gillian Allan

Gillian’s Marathon Challenge

When it comes to Motivation, our Glasgow Director Gillian has bags of it! Over the years, she (and her friends and family) has made the most of our Glasgow Studio’s central location as a base for taking part in loads of local races including; Race for Life, The Santa Dash, Pedal for Scotland and the […]

Mar 2, 2017 by Gillian Allan

Studio Artwork

The Poster is a great example of a medium for graphically communicating information in a simplified or stylized way, and can tell a story through its composition, colour palette and style. Inspired by iconic travel and railway posters dating from the 1920’s-1950’s, we have transformed a number of our projects into a series of vintage […]

Aug 25, 2016 by Richard Scott

Ebo Township Nursery

Over the past few months we have enjoyed developing design and technical ideas for a new nursery school in Gambia. Doug, in our Glasgow studio, was approached by a friend who works for the Ebo Town Community Project, and we are very pleased they have engaged with us to provide architectural services for a new […]

Jun 14, 2016 by Neal Hemingway

Rainbow Week 2016

We are delighted to launch Rainbow Week 2016! Rainbow Week is our annual fundraising event and we challenge everyone to wear a specific colour for every day of the week for fun and a charitable cause! The 2016 challenge is from 23rd to 28th May. Are you ready to be a Rainbow Warrior? WHAT IS […]

May 13, 2016 by Stefano Faiella

BCO Regional Award 2016

On Friday we were delighted to pick up a British Council of Offices (BCO) Regional Award for Highlands and Islands Enterprise’s (HIE) Office / Life Sciences project on the new Inverness Campus. This fantastic achievement was not possible without the vision of our Client, Consultant Team, and the delivery by Morrison Construction. The 1,000sqm GIA […]

Apr 18, 2016 by Rory Kellett

Printing Architecture

Throughout our office we love model making and embracing new technology. Bringing both passions together we decided it would be fitting that the first prized possession in our new Threesixty model making workshop is a 3D printer. This tactile approach to architecture has allowed our office staff and our Clients to be physically involved in […]

Oct 23, 2015 by Neal Hemingway

Our Glasgow studio is recruiting!

Do you want to join our Glasgow team? We have a growing range of projects across the UK and in many sectors. We enjoy our work and our approach is creative, playful and fun. Design is our passion and we work hard to engage and excite everyone in the design process. We take responsibility for […]

Sep 18, 2015 by Kieron Goodman

Aultbea Community Centre

We’re delighted to announce that Threesixty Architecture has won a 2 stage design competition to create a new Community Centre at Aultbea for ARC (Aultbea Regeneration Company). Following development of the proposals with ARC and the local community, the proposals have recently been submitted for detailed Planning Approval. Aultbea Community Centre is inspired by the […]

Jul 30, 2015 by Rory Kellett

Rainbow Week Highlights and Hill Walk

RAINBOW WEEK 2015….is now over! So here is the final Highlights to recap on a fantastic week of FUNdaraising! Green Monday, Yellow Tuesday, Orange Wednesday, Blue Thursday, Red Friday and of course… RAINBOW SATURDAY! You may have seen the pics form the last day, but the video tells a better story of the final day […]

Jun 25, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

We are now ISO9001 accredited!

Here at Threesixty Architecture we have always prided ourselves in being proactive, responsive and structured. Now it’s official! In amongst the fun of Rainbow Week, we have also shown our serious side and achieved registration to ISO9001 otherwise known as Quality Management. This accreditation is in recognition of our abilities to be extremely professional in […]

Jun 21, 2015 by Gillian Allan

Red Friday!

Well… the clock is ticking down on Rainbow Week! All that is left is Rainbow Saturday! But before that… The headlines from Red Friday were… ….360s and Atelier Ten’s group photo on the street almost causes a few car crashes. ….On the day Woolgar Hunter almost lost their superpowers, G&T find a new heroine! ….Morgan […]

Jun 19, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

Blue Thursday!

Judging from today’s pictures, that’s the happiest anyone has ever been by being blue!!! With our friend Rob Grant posting directly from Ladies Day at Ascot, the only option for our daily top 3 can be…Stylish outfits! Our super special mention today goes to the Gold Star Studios and young Maddison who yesterday donated her […]

Jun 18, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

Orange Wednesday!

I must admit that when I saw the significant lack of orange garments in my own wardrobe I thought…if I don’t have orange, who will? This could be a tough day… Well, I was wrong! Check out the daily video! Once again I was impressed by everyone’s step up in performance! Some very amusing group […]

Jun 17, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

Yellow Tuesday!

RAINBOW WEEK 2015 – YELLOW TUESDAY is over… and it’s been a impressive effort from everyone! As well as a great effort from all the participating businesses…we’ve seen more family & friends join in! Some great outfits today, but most of all….some phenomenal accessories! A significant contribution from hi-vis vests, tropical fruits and my personal […]

Jun 16, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

Green Monday!

Rainbow Week is truly underway and GREEN MONDAY was a phenomenal start to our week of colourful FUNdraising! We have already passed the £1,500 mark which is fantastic. Good morning everyone! There were some very impressive efforts from everyone.. although we see the potential for a few people to try harder than sticking highlighters in […]

Jun 15, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

Rainbow Week 2015

Rainbow Week is our annual fundraising event. We challenge everyone to wear a specific colour for every day of the week for fun and a good cause! The 2015 challenge is from 15th to 20th June. Are you ready to be a Rainbow Warrior? THREESIXTY ARCHITECTURE – RAINBOW WEEK CHALLENGE 2015 FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE for EAST […]

Jun 8, 2015 by Stefano Faiella

We are recruiting!

We are seeking motivated Part 1 students who care about design, and want to work within an enjoyable and creative work environment. We invite applications from individuals who are motivated and love creating as part of a team to join our Glasgow and Inverness studios. We seek interest from Part 1 students who are embarking […]

Apr 24, 2015 by Kieron Goodman

Brochure Download Page

Our in-house brochure production has now gone digital and is available for everyone to download or view online. If looking through our individual projects has left you curious about our sector specific experience, research and approach, you can now flick through our fully illustrated brochures via our website. They give a more detailed picture of our work […]

Feb 27, 2015 by Gina Colley

Kyle Centre submitted for planning

We have recently submitted, for Full Planning Approval, proposals to significantly refurbish the Kyle Centre in Ayr into a retail and leisure led destination. Our latest project in the retail / leisure sector is the redevelopment of the Kyle Centre in Ayr. The current centre, in the heart of Ayr is ‘buried’ within the urban […]

Dec 18, 2014 by Anthony Hubbert

Online Overhaul!

Let’s face it… upgrading of our website was seriously overdue! So, over the past few months we’ve been working with the (superb) company and guys at Radiator Digital to drag our online rear end into the new era. The end result is what you see! A modern, fluid website that we hope tells you everything […]

Nov 26, 2014 by Kieron Goodman