The practice was established in 1995 by George Douglas and has operated from purpose built design studio premises in the historic centre of Old Aberdeen since 2005.
George Douglas designed and developed the practices new office on the site of a former historic Georgian house which was demolished in the 1950s.
The new office is located within a grade B listed building setting.
Part of the original house wall still remains in place and this was incorporated into the design of the new studio office which at the same time respects the traditional feel of the historic surroundings.
George Douglas Architects are a local family practice specialising in domestic extensions and conversions, historic building restoration work, one-off new build contemporary houses, steading conversions, special needs and disabled adaptations, and larger housing schemes for developers.
The practice is a member of RIAS (Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland)
George Douglas has been registered as a Chartered Architect since 1992.
The practice has won several awards over the years including two Aberdeen Civic Society Awards and two Ferryhill Heritage Society Awards
The practice is predominantly design led and takes great pride in producing contemporary design solutions for all types of clients changing needs.
George Douglas Architects Ltd is an RIAS Chartered Practice.
The practice has won several awards over the years including two Aberdeen Civic Society Awards and two Ferryhill Heritage Society Awards.