Chris Gray

Chris Gray

Director

Studied: Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot Watt University

Specialism: Brief and design development, maximising development potential and driving projects through from inception to completion.

Experience: Trained at Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot Watt University practising since 1988. Project Architect with Trehearne & Norman in London and Prague, working on large scale retail and commercial projects. Joined NGP in 1994, became Partner in 2000.

Hobbies: Monk of St Giles, member of Lothian and Borders Police Choir and Golf

 

Carolina Garcinuno

Carolina Garcinuno

Architect

Studied: Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Salford University

Favourite Project: Queen Street – bringing new life to Georgian houses, whilst also respecting the rich history of these buildings.

Favourite Building: Jewish Museum, Berlin

Hobbies: Hiking, Theatre, Travelling

Daniel Pratt

Daniel Pratt

Architectural Assistant

Studied: University of Edinburgh

Favourite Project: Oak Lane – This was one of my first projects and is a gorgeous conversion of an old mill house.

Favourite Building: Notre Damn Cathedral

Hobbies: Korfball, Basketball, Politics

Isabella Chaussy

Isabella Chaussy

Architectural Assistant

Nikolia Kartalou

Nikolia Kartalou

Architect

Studied: Diploma in Architecture – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, MSc & PhD – University of Edinburgh

Favourite Project: Victoria Cottage – This was my first design project in Scotland and so it holds a special place for me.

Favourite Building: Pompidou Centre, Paris

Hobbies: Reading & Travelling

Robert McAra

Robert McAra

Architectural Assistant

Thiago Carvalho

Thiago Carvalho

Architectural Assistant

Studied: University of Pernambuco, Brazil

Favourite Project: One Spa Sheraton – This commercial project combined modern and creative design with functional spaces and was a great project to be involved in.

Favourite Building: Guggenheim Museum, New York

Hobbies: Sports & Travelling

Carole Alexander

Carole Alexander

Secretary