Stuart Falconer BSc/AS (Hons) MArch - Architect
Stuart Falconer graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2006 with distinction in Advanced Architectural Design. After having previously worked with Groves-Raines Architects in 2003, he went on to gain experience with NORD LLP where he was involved in both large and small scale projects, including the initial competition submission for the highly acclaimed Wexford County Council Headquarters. He also studied at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2004. Stuart received several awards, commendations and nominations for his work. These include winning the SUST award for sustainable design, a commendation for the RIAS Silver Medal for best 5th Year student 2006 as part of the SIX Student Awards and The Patrick Geddes Trust Award for Best Dissertation by an Undergraduate Student. Other nominations and awards include Archiprix International and the Scottish Design Awards, (a commendation in the Emerging Architect of the Year category) and other commendations from the Royal Institute of British Architects. In 2006 he co-founded GRAS and qualified as an Architect in 2010.