Tamsin Cunningham

Architect Tamsin Cunningham is a Senior Associate at WT Architecture; an award-winning practice based in South Queensferry and working across Scotland. Tamsin’s work at WTA is focused on delivering sustainable and contextual design solutions that respond strongly to local cultural, historical and landscape settings, including projects such as An Crubh; a community hub on the Isle of Skye; Iona Village Hall, the Forth Bridge Experience Visitor Centre and a number of private houses in the Hebrides. 


Prior to joining WTA in 2006 Tamsin worked at Simpson & Brown Architects and as part of a multi-disciplinary architecture and design team at Pinc (People Incorporated) Stockholm where the focus on sustainability, self-generated projects and inclusive architecture were a strong influence. Tamsin is also a contributor to the Architecture Fringe festival through both her artwork and the Open Close project; bringing together artists and architects in collaboration on temporary art installations.