Welcome to Shauna Cameron Architect
An established, award winning practice in Argyll, I undertake projects on both the Argyll mainland and Islands, offering my clients a professional and personal service.
I have a bespoke approach to each project, ensuring the best outcome for both client and building. I have avoided developing a house style as my clients are individuals whose projects deserve individual solutions. The practice aims to match each individuals’s unique aspirations to a unique design that connects with the rural landscape.
I have RIAS Accreditation in Conservation Architecture and am the only Architect in Argyll to hold this qualification. Accreditation confirms that I am qualified and experienced to act as the lead professional in conservation work.
The ever-increasing need for sustainability in the environmentally aware world must be considered and I include passive solutions in my designs. I slao have experience of a variety of renewable technologies including GSHP’s, wood pellet boilers and simple solar thermal panels.
With skills and experience accumulated over 35 years I strive to use this to benefit my clients, whether their product is a new build home, the restoration of a historic building or a community heritage project.
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Atlantic Islands Centre, Cullipool, Isle Of Luing We were commissioned by the Isle of Luing Community Trust to design a
This new house replaced an extended mobile home that has passed its sell-by date. The house sits against a wooded
Built on the shoreline of Carding Mill Bay this unique house is accessed at upper floor level, over a bridge
A steeply sloping site, a restricted footprint, a desire for natural light and impressive views to the north formed the
Our clients wanted to maximise the views over the loch to the north, get as much benefit as possible from
As in many parts of Argyll, this house site slopes steeply with access from the road at upper floor level.
Restricted to a 77 square metre ground floor plan and set on a sloping site with views to Ardmucknish Bay,
The house was designed to sit into the steeply sloping site and take advantage of the views to the north
Moving from the south east of England and returning home to Scotland, our Clients want to house that was small
An old stone barn used to repair boat engines was removed and replace with this single storey house that forms
My Clients moved to Mull to pursue amongst other things an interest in photography and had bought a wooded plot
The croft house on the shore of Loch Etive has upper floor living areas and ground floor bedrooms and bathroom.
Our Client was influenced by her grandmother’s farmhouse, and adjoining dairy. The family home would also offer Bed & Breakfast,
Our Client was 26 when he decided to build a house on this remote island site, close to the family
A family home designed to have family space, adult escape areas and to maximise the use of circulation areas and
As well as a family home our Clients wanted to build a small flat for an elderly parent, that could
The site was gifted to the Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr by one of the board members. His great aunts had
The Mull and Iona Community Trust had for many years aimed to provide a Community Business Centre building with offices,
With an ageing congregation of 25 folk, worshiping in cold damp, but still imposing space, Oban’s oldest church needed major
Along with the walls of an old Mill, the RoMHC bought this cottage and the adjacent wall of a listed
Grade B Listed 19th Century gatehouse in Mid-Argyll. Our Clients wanted to extend their house to provide additional living space,
This 30’s bungalow was built to face into a hill instead of the view. The rear lean-to rooms were removed,
Originally a small cottage with out buildings at a lower level and right angles, this was used as the footprints
This project was completed in 3 phases, the original stone farm house and double height byre and barns enclose an
The Pier is one of many Listed Buildings in Tobermory. The Fisherman’s Association felt that, as a working pier it