Elizabeth Roxburgh graduated from Edinburgh University in 1989. She worked with Rob Hunter Architects before setting up EA Roxburgh Architects in 1992 to design and realise a number of residential commissions for private clients. Many similar commissions followed thereafter with the practice gradually expanding to take on a wider variety of work. Marcus McEwan, a graduate of the Mackintosh School of Architecture trained and spent a number of years at Allan Murray Architects before joining this office in 2003. In 2008 the Practice evolved to become Roxburgh McEwan Architects. Our core team includes Senior Associate and Architectural tutor Neil Mochrie; Associates Jane Ingram and Eoin McMahon; and Architectural Assistants Beth Hunter and Leo Henderson.
We are a design led office, historically focused on residential projects for individual clients but with a body of work which also includes developer housing, sustainable housing and a number of small scale commercial and leisure developments.
With each project we strive to create individual, elegant and innovative solutions. This approach begins with a thorough analysis of the brief, exploring the potential within each site, investigating the technical and material choices available, whilst working closely with each client and their budget towards the delivery of their building. Recent projects have incorporated low energy and sustainable design, including the application of renewable technologies within existing buildings.