Eva Voulgaridou

Architect · Joined 2024

Embedding community engagement and sustainable reuse practices in our design process is crucial for crafting enduring, purposeful spaces and places.

Eva is an ARB registered architect who joined our office in 2024. Prior to this, she gained valuable experience at award-winning practices in Scotland, contributing to significant urban projects and gaining expertise across all stages, from conceptual development to on-site delivery. She completed her Master of Architecture in Greece and recently finished her postgraduate Diploma in Social and Sustainable Architecture at ESAP, Porto—a program emphasizing holistic sustainability, from natural materials to citizen empowerment. Her belief in redefining the architect’s role as a mediator and custodian of community interests drives her practice.

Within the office, Eva works on projects in Placemaking, Community, and Adaptive Reuse sectors, with her work lately focusing on the development of the Long-term Plan for Coatbridge. Her commitment to reuse and community-beneficial projects is embedded in her practice and her sensitive approach to design in existing or new settings.

She serves as co-secretary in the Association of Collaborative Design and is an active member of ACAN Scotland and the Academy of Urbanism.