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  • Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award Winner 2016 - Atlantic Islands Centre

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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Ashlea

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This new house replaced an extended mobile home that has passed its sell-by date. The house sits against a wooded

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Carding Mill Shore

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Built on the shoreline of Carding Mill Bay this unique house is accessed at upper floor level, over a bridge

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Hawthornbank

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A steeply sloping site, a restricted footprint, a desire for natural light and impressive views to the north formed the

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Dalnashian

  • Residential

Our clients wanted to maximise the views over the loch to the north, get as much benefit as possible from

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Island View Croft

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As in many parts of Argyll, this house site slopes steeply with access from the road at upper floor level.

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Gair Na Mara

  • Residential

Restricted to a 77 square metre ground floor plan and set on a sloping site with views to Ardmucknish Bay,

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Tanglewood Lodge

  • Residential

The house was designed to sit into the steeply sloping site and take advantage of the views to the north

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Taigh Geal

  • Residential

Moving from the south east of England and returning home to Scotland, our Clients want to house that was small

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Adoran Beag

  • Residential

An old stone barn used to repair boat engines was removed and replace with this single storey house that forms

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Twelve Oaks

  • Residential

My Clients moved to Mull to pursue amongst other things an interest in photography and had bought a wooded plot

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Ard Bruach

  • Residential

The croft house on the shore of Loch Etive has upper floor living areas and ground floor bedrooms and bathroom.

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Allt-Na-Creich

  • Residential

Our Client was influenced by her grandmother’s farmhouse, and adjoining dairy. The family home would also offer Bed & Breakfast,

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Inverlussa

  • Residential

Our Client was 26 when he decided to build a house on this remote island site, close to the family

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The Swallows

  • Residential

A family home designed to have family space, adult escape areas and to maximise the use of circulation areas and

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Whigmaleeries

  • Residential

As well as a family home our Clients wanted to build a small flat for an elderly parent, that could

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With an ageing congregation of 25 folk, worshiping in cold damp, but still imposing space, Oban’s oldest church needed major

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East Lodge

  • Conservation

Grade B Listed 19th Century gatehouse in Mid-Argyll. Our Clients wanted to extend their house to provide additional living space,

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Field Cottage

  • Extensions

This 30’s bungalow was built to face into a hill instead of the view. The rear lean-to rooms were removed,

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Inverfolla Mill

  • Extensions

Originally a small cottage with out buildings at a lower level and right angles, this was used as the footprints

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Kilpatrick

  • Conservation

This project was completed in 3 phases, the original stone farm house and double height byre and barns enclose an

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Fishermans Pier

  • Conservation

The Pier is one of many Listed Buildings in Tobermory. The Fisherman’s Association felt that, as a working pier it

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