Ann Nisbet is a practising Architect and trans-disciplinary practitioner, her work employs a process led methodology and situates itself in the realms of architecture. She studied at Strathclyde Architecture School graduating in 2001 with a BSc Hons and with a Masters in Advanced Architecture Design, in 2003.
She has practiced architecture in Toronto, Canada and for the last eight years has specialised in rural architecture. In 2004 she joined Dualchas Building Design, on the Isle of Skye and in 2006 established their Glasgow Office. In 2011 she co founded Edo Architecture. As a practising Architect she has won several awards including the Grand Prix and Gold Medal at the Rose Design Awards.
After graduating Ann was awarded funding from the Innovation Fund at the Lighthouse to curate and tour an exhibition of her work around Scotland. Since then she has continued to work across disciplines with a focus on producing work through a process led methodology.
Most recently she has completed an architectural installation piece in collaboration with Threadneedle prize winning artist Patricia Cain which was exhibited as part of the Drawing (on) Riverside Exhibition at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow 2011
CV & Education
2005 - Contextual Matters: Weaving Through Space, National Touring Exhibition, Scotland
2011 - Drawing on Riverside Exhibition, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow
2006 - Ganghut, Melbourne Festival 2006,, Australia
2005 - Royal Scottish Academy Show, Edinburgh, Scotland
2003 - G2 Exhibition, The Lighthouse, Glasgow
Competitions, prizes and awards
2009 - Architectural Grand Prix, Rose Design Awards, UK
2009 - Gold Medal , Rose Design Awards, UK
2009 - Highly Commended , AII Awards, Scotland
2011 - Drawing on Riverside Publication, Glasgow
2009 - Sensory Urbanism
2005 - Paper Space