Senior Architect, Architecture
BSc Arch B.Arch (Hons) RIBA RIAS
Keith Peterson is a senior architect based in our Glasgow office, passionate about shaping places that prioritise health, comfort and efficiency.
“I think as architects, we have a responsibility to share our knowledge and educate people on how we can create innovative design solutions, now and in the future.”
Keith initially joined the practice after graduating, developing a range of skills from technical design to project delivery. His multisector experience spans from schools and colleges to light industrial, residential and healthcare, with key involvement in an RIAS award-winning primary school.
As a certified Passivhaus designer, Keith’s motivation comes from creating places that have a positive impact on people and the planet and he brings this ethos to every project he takes on. Throughout his career, he has developed meaningful relationships with clients and is passionate about sharing his knowledge of sustainability and educating them on the importance and benefits of Passivhaus design. He also has specialist BIM knowledge and enjoys working with clients, helping them to understand the wealth of benefits the technology brings to projects.
Not only does he enjoy sharing his passion with his clients but his colleagues too, and he greatly appreciates working alongside a variety of talents and specialisms, both within Glasgow and across the practice.
In his spare time, Keith takes comfort in the outdoors. When not in the office, you will often find him in the countryside, enjoying long walks whilst keeping up his fitness.
A major new business park integrating spacious lettable units for businesses looking to invest and expand in the area.
Answering the call for an innovative yet simple campus with a STEM focus, recognising the importance of better skills for the local community, to promote and offer skills pathways for future jobs.
Tarbolton Community Campus
An inspiring, stimulating, safe and secure environment to teach and learn, rationalising existing space.