Rory Gibson Architects was established in 1994 and takes pleasure in working with private clients to improve their lives through their built environment.
Based in Edinburgh our work extends throughout Scotland from the Borders to the Highlands and from East coast to West.
Rory Gibson trained at the Edinburgh College of Art winning the Andrew Grant Design Scholarship in 1985.
He spent 8 years in professional practice with Cochrane McGregor Architects learning the art of building and the business of construction through commercial, healthcare, residential and domestic projects.
We believe that good architecture is a product of quality of space, light and detail along with clarity of organisation…
vernacular or period.
We believe that an architect’s skills can add value to a client’s brief and always consider it an inherent challenge to exceed client expectations with carefully conceived solutions.
Whether through modest alteration, extension or new-build we take pleasure in addressing any living environment and crafting beautiful, pleasing solutions that consciously or subconsciously enhance quality of life.
Rory thrives on challenges both in and out of the office. He has among other things climbed and skied off the summit of Mont Blanc, finished 6th in the Everest Marathon, and held the record for the fastest man-powered circuit of the Munros (Scottish hills over 3000ft) running and cycling the distance in 51 days.