Fraser Maitland

Architect · Joined 2014

Engaging with technology lets us pioneer new ways of telling the stories embedded in our architecture.

Fraser joined Page\Park Architects in 2014, following completion of his Masters in Advanced Architectural Design at the University of Strathclyde, where he graduated with distinction. As a continuation of his Masters project, Fraser was involved in developing and presenting Scotland’s contribution at the 14th Venice Biennale in 2014. Fraser gained a First Class Bsc. Honours degree in Architectural Studies in 2013, and in the same year, was nominated for the RIBA President’s Dissertation Medal.

In his time at Page\Park, Fraser has led and supported a diverse range of projects, including masterplanning, housing and conservation. Most recently, Fraser has led a Strategic Development Framework in West Loch Lomond, including the conservation settlement of Luss, in addition to acting as project architect for a large affordable housing development in Glasgow. His competency working on buildings of this scale is complemented by his enthusiasm for smaller, more hands-on projects, such as the ‘Shieling’ live-build, for which he won the GIA Small Project Award in 2016.

Fraser also leads Page\Park’s graphics group, and is a driving force behind our graphic output within the office. As an accomplished filmmaker and photographer, Fraser is passionate about developing and sharing innovative and inclusive new ways to tell stories about our projects.