Graeme is the founding Director of Graeme Massie Architects Ltd, which he established in 2004, and is responsible for the creative direction of the practice.
Graeme was named Architect of the Year at the 2010 Scottish Design Awards and was the recipient of the Royal Scottish Academy Gold Medal for Architecture in both 2005 and 2007. Graeme is also a part-time design tutor at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, and has previously tuaght at both the University of Newcastle and the University of Dundee Schools of Architecture.
Prior to establishing the practice, Graeme was an Associate with LDN Architects in Edinburgh, where he was responsible for a number of prestigious projects including the 2002 RIBA Award winning Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre, the redevelopments of Parliament House and the Usher Hall in Edinburgh and the Courtyard development at St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, which was shortlisted for the 2006 Building of the Year in Scotland.
Stuart joined Graeme Massie Architects in June 2005, and became a Director of the practice in 2015. He contributes to the design development of all major projects within the office.
He was Project Architect for the redevelopment of Bonn Square in Oxford which completed in November 2008, and which won the Landscape Award at the 2010 Scottish Design Awards. He was also Project Architect for the Masterplan for the Old Harbour, Reykjavik, Iceland, which was completed in 2012.
Prior to joining Graeme Massie Architects, Stuart worked in practice in Aberdeen and London, where he was part of the Architecture Research Unit at London Metropolitan University, led by Florian Beigel. While working at ARU Stuart worked on a number of projects including the Heyri Art Valley Project in South Korea. He has previously worked on a diverse range of projects including a new library building for the University of Edinburgh, several small public buildings and a number of housing projects of varying scales. Stuart is also a part-time design tutor at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, and has previously taught at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and the University of Dundee School of Architecture.