Ewan Cameron Architects are an award-winning practice, specialising in modern, energy efficient buildings. We have an office in the Lighthouse Centre for Architecture and Design in Glasgow and a design studio in rural Perthshire. Projects are undertaken UK wide.

We work in partnership with our clients to realise their aspirations and add value by providing beautifully resolved designs which exploit views and harness natural daylight whilst optimising “passive solar gain”-heating naturally with the sun.

We believe in collaborative working and have strong working relationships with structural engineers, builders, service and cost consultants, ensuring that each project is resourced with the appropriate skills and experience. We have a particular interest in sustainable construction and specify natural materials wherever possible as well as ensuring that all building “envelopes” are as thermally efficient as possible.

Ewan is an accredited Passive House designer.



Ewan Cameron architect ARIAS

Ewan Cameron, Director

BArch DipArch ARIAS

Ewan Cameron has led the design of award-winning projects in the UK and abroad. He was responsible for the design of 11 villas on Hong Kong’s prestigious Peak, which have achieved some of the highest rentals in Hong Kong to date and his designs for a mixed development in Suzhou, China led to an award from the American Institute of Architects.

In 2005 Ewan headed a Singapore based team which won an international competition to design a new 40 storey headquarters for China Merchants Bank in Shanghai.

Ewan established his own practice in 2009. Ewan Cameron Architects won a 2011 Glasgow Institute of Architects Small Works Award and were highly commended in the Architects Journal Small Projects 2012 Awards for their guest pavilion in Kent. The pavilion was featured in the New York Times in April 2012.

Ewan is an accredited Passive House designer.

Helen McCrorie

Helen McCrorie, Director

MFA, BA(Hons)

Helen McCrorie is an artist, designer and film-maker who has exhibited work widely in the UK and abroad. Her work often explores how communities interact with the built environment in Scotland including films documenting St Peters Seminary, post-industrial town and villages and ex-military zones.

She has also worked as a lecturer in Public Art and in community arts and completed a major Scottish Arts Council funded public art commission for Barrhead Housing Association.

She manages visuals and research for Ewan Cameron Architects.



2012 Architects Journal Small Projects: Commendation for Capel Manor guest pavilion in Kent

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)