Mairi Laverty wins 'Young Architect of the Year'

Posted on July 16, 2021

Super news for Mairi Laverty, who won 'Young Architect of the Year' at the Scottish Design Awards 2021.

Mairi won 'Young Architect of the Year 'due her ability to balance exceptional design with the skills required to  bring clients, communities, consultants and contractors on the journey to delivering high quality projects. She impresses everyone who has the
pleasure to work alongside her and Mairi’s unwavering design ability is infused with rigour, empathy, determination and good humour.

Mairi has applied her skills to complex, socially inclusive buildings and places across Scotland, including the Larick Centre, Tayport (SDA Commendation); the  Water Row Development in Govan, Glasgow; Bilbohall Masterplan in Elgin;  Sighthill Housing, Glasgow and plans for the Camphill Community/Estates, Aberdeen. Mairi continues to employ ambitious design aspiration and
professionalism throughout her work.

Mairi said, 'I’m delighted and humbled to be selected for this award. It’s an honour to receive this amongst the high design talent that was demonstrated across each category, and being shortlisted alongside Jamie Anderson and seeing the fantastic work that he has produced. I would like to thank all those who I have collaborated with over the past few years who have played a big part in helping to shape my career so far.