David Cameron joined Colin Armstrong Architects in 2002. Originally from Sutherland, he studied in Dundee and after working in Edinburgh for a spell returned to the Highlands to be involved in many interesting and challenging projects during his time with the practice.
During his time with the practice he has been engaged in speculative and corporate office design, public facilities as well as affordable and private housing design. He has a particular interest in contemporary architecture and considers sustainable design as essential from first principles of the process. David has recently visited the Finnish Housing Fair and recently a German off-site timber frame construction factory. These visits have in different ways deepened his understanding and interest in all aspects of sustainable design, appropriate use of materials, building technology, insulation techniques and detailing. In recent years David has been the project architect for a corporate office headquarters building, a series of private homes, a number of Housing Association schemes and a conversion development of private flats all within the Highland area. All of these projects have been designed to be as low-energy as possible and have incorporated heavily insulated air-tight fabric, ground source heating systems, mechanical ventilation and heat recovery systems, solar thermal and photovoltaic panels.
BSc in Architecture (1997)
BArch (Hons) in Architecture (2000)
Member of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
CSCS Construction Visitor Card holder