Our places of worship have made and continue to make a crucial contribution to the cultural and physical setting of our society. Irrespective of their current use it is important these buildings remain at the physical, social and moral heart of their communities, whether these be rural or urban, ancient or modern.

In working with this heritage and by the application of the creative mind attuned to the intentions of the original architect (as conceived through research and trained observation), vitality and a renewed spirit can be brought to the congregation, denomination, or user community, achieving a new fitness for purpose.

Explore our work at St.Andrew's Cathedral, Rosslyn Chapel, Colinton Church, St.Teresa's Possil and St. Paul the Apostle Shettleston.