Founded in 2016 by Matt Loader and Iain Monteith, this Glasgow-based architectural practice put their focus on ‘meaningful design’, orientating their process around space, place and people. Loader Monteith take a collaborative approach, working with clients in an authentically personal way to ensure that a project’s full potential is reached.
The team of six find inspiration in Scotland’s wild landscapes, energetic cities and charming villages, wherever they may be working in the world. Sustainability is a paramount concern for this RIBA Chartered firm, and so restoration takes prominence where it can in every project; Loader Monteith is specialist conservation accredited.
Image credits: The Maker’s House (1-4) and Carpenter’s House by Dapple Photography (5-6); The Rower’s House by Emanuelis Stasaitis (7-8); High Sunderland (9-10) and Kingsborough Gardens by Dapple Photography (11-14); and Strone of Glenbanchor by Nigel Rigden (15-16).