Lindsey is an architect director in our Glasgow studio.
Lindsey has considerable experience in the education sector. She has recently delivered Maidenhill Primary School and Nursery, and has worked on a number of schools and FE colleges across Scotland.
She has recently completed a research project with Scottish Future’s Trust called A Sense of Connection, exploring the five senses in architecture. For this she has visited three new schools, including the BDP designed Ayr Academy, where she interviewed the pupils, teachers and non-teaching staff to try to understand how they feel in certain spaces.
She has also worked in other sectors delivering high profile and award winning projects such as the extension to Edinburgh International Conference Centre, West Lothian Civic Centre and East Kilbride Leisure Hub.
The bulk of the new extension is below ground level and provides highly flexible function space.
Ayr Academy sits within the 18th century Craigie Estate on the banks of the River Ayr. With the University of West of Scotland, Ayrshire College, Dam Park Stadium and the Category A listed Georgian mansion, Craigie House, all based on the estate, the introduction of the new school has created a campus.
Thought to be the most ambitious public sector partnership of its type in the UK.