Amy Wilson – room architects
Amy started her architectural career in 1995, embarking on the Interior Architecture course at the Scott Sutherland school of Architecture in Aberdeen. Her professional experience year was completed at a small architecture practice in Aberdeenshire, where she became interested in the conversion and refurbishment of traditional buildings.
On her return to university to complete her education, Amy built upon her interests and studied as part of the conservation architecture unit under the tutorage of Jacqui Goddard. Amy completed a research and design project in wick as part of her post-graduate work and following graduation joined the architecture school as a researcher and studio tutor.
In 2002 Amy moved to Glasgow and started Inhabita, a property development company specialising in the refurbishment of traditional buildings. While in Glasgow she gained consultancy work which provided her with experience in designing private sector childcare buildings and large scale housing developments.
In 2004 Amy moved back to Aberdeen and joined a celebrated design practice where her experience in the commercial and domestic sectors was further developed. Amy was involved in numerous private healthcare projects and domestic projects.
Amy joined her husband David in 2008 when room architects was started. Amy brings with her a wealth of experience, a good design sense and a strong set of administrative skills. Amy handles room architects’ domestic conversion work and particularly enjoys working with historic buildings.