MA(Hons), MArch, ARB
Tamsin Cunningham has been working alongside Wil since WT Architecture was founded in 2006, and since then she has delivered numerous award-winning domestic and public projects for the practice. Tamsin has been instrumental in shaping our engagement with community-led projects, acting as Project Architect on An Crùbh community hub on Skye, a new Village Hall for the Isle of Iona and a new Cafe and Bunkhouse at the Crook Inn. She has also led a number of private and commercial projects including the White House, Sorisdal House, the Forth Bridge Experience Visitor Centre and the Project Trust Hebridean Centre extension. Tamsin became an Associate in 2010 and was promoted to Senior Associate in 2015.
Tamsin has a keen interest in the relationship between architecture, place and landscape with her work at WTA focussing on rural sites and the ways in which architecture can foster a sense of belonging. In 2016, Tamsin was appointed to the judging panel for the Saltire Society’s awards for housing in Scotland.
Outside of WTA Tamsin is a co-founder and Creative Director of the multi-disciplinary arts collective Open Close, and of the Tayos project, bringing together artists, musicians, photographers and neuroscientists to highlight the call for protection of one of Ecuador’s most unique cave systems.