Bringing John O’ Groats to life through construction management – Neil reflects on the site phase at JoG.
Neil, Project Architect, reminisces on how he came to design a bold and contemporary, Scandi-inspired addition to the bleak and dilapidated Inn at John O’ Groats. This is the first blog in a series marking ten years since the redevelopment was officially opened.
GLM were shortlisted finalists at the 2023 Argyll and Bute Design Awards.
The Highland Council has approved plans for the Gro For You Community Innovation Campus, a pioneering initiative which combines training facilities, research and development in food technologies and a unique tourism and hospitality offering. The Campus hopes to boost the local economy of Tain and the wider Easter Ross Peninsula.
GLM, working with our long-standing client, have received planning consent for the regeneration and diversification of Haithwaite Farm, Cumbria.
Earth day has rolled around again and this year we want to talk more about one of our projects that centres around the concept of Biophilic Design. Biophilic design is an approach to architecture and interior design that incorporates nature and natural elements into the built environment. The goal of biophilic design is to enhance […]
GLM is hiring a Project Architect to join our multi-disciplinary practice. If you have an interest in existing buildings and the commercial, tourism and leisure sectors, this could be the role for you!
GLM has received the green-light for the careful siting of self-catering cabins in the Cairngorm National Park creating unique spots for an outdoor getaway.
GLM partner with trailblazing community group to deliver an innovation campus in the North of Scotland.