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Ewan Cameron Architects
Contemporary Scottish Architecture Practice, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Ewan Cameron Architects Contact Details
Ewan Cameron Architects
199 Wilton Street
tel. +44 (0)7595417776
Architect studio based in Glasgow
Ewan Cameron Architects offer a complete range of architectural services from concept to completion including:
design consultancy for architecture and interiors
planning applications, building warrants and detail design
Ewan Cameron has led the design of award-winning projects in both the UK and abroad. He has managed large scale projects in Singapore, India and China as well as the UK. His reputation is based on 13 years of experience in design and project management.
As Design Leader for RMJM’s Singapore office from 2005-06 Ewan was instrumental in winning an international competition to design a 40 storey tower for China Merchants Bank in Shanghai. As Associate in RMJM’s Hong Kong Office he was responsible for the design of 11 villas on Hong Hong’s prestigious Peak which have achieved some of the highest rentals in Hong Kong to date. His designs for a mixed development in Suzhou, China led to an award from the American Institute of Architects. More recently, from 2007-2009, as Design Director of Zebrano Design Ltd, he was responsible for the design of a prestigious residential development in Perthshire.
Ewan Cameron Architects Awards
2011 Glasgow Institute of Architects for the design of a guest pavilion in Kent, south East England, UK.
Capel Manor House, Guest Pavilion
Category: Small Works
Winner: Design Award
The brief was to design a modern guest pavilion that would sit next to an Italianate orangery from 1860 and across from the main house, an iconic glass and steel pavilion erected in 1971. Ewan Cameron’s response is a formal composition of separate planar elements to frame the formal garden; an architectural haiku.
The existing Capel Manor House and pavilion are spectacularly sited upon the raised, arcaded podium of a ruined Italianate mansion on a leafy estate that was the home of Jane Austen’s fore-bears since 1569. It overlooks a wooded valley in the Kentish Weald near Horsmonden, Kent.
The resulting proposal was much inspired by the Architect’s visits to the temples and zen gardens of Kyoto; in particular the idea of a building as a frame through which we contemplate nature.
Ewan Cameron Architects worked closely with engineers David Narro Associates, to achieve the “floating” lightweight roof structure, clad in zinc. Kent based builders Green Construction ensured that the minimalist detailing was executed to an exacting standard.
2008 American Institute of Architects award for Evian Town Development, Suzhou, China (with RMJM)
2006 China Merchants Bank Tower, Shanghai, Winner (with RMJM)
2005 World Bengal Tower Competition, Kolkata, Winner (with RMJM)
2003 U2 tower competition, Dublin, Shortlisted (with RMJM)
1999 Edinburgh Park, Speculative Office Competition, Runner Up (with Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects)
1996 Watt Club Medal (highest achievable award at Heriot – Watt University)
1993 House for 21st Century – Glasgow Herald Competition, Winner
Ewan Cameron Architects Projects
Capel Manor House Guest Pavilion, Kent, UK
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