Malcolm trained as an architect in Aberdeen, Scotland in the 1980s before moving south of the border to practice architecture. In London, he worked on the restoration and extension of a number of heritage buildings and, in the process, learnt how previous generations of architects designed their buildings.
Malcolm's aim is to celebrate the elegance, fun, and diversity of traditional architecture around the world, and demonstrate that traditional architecture is not a 'dead language' consigned to the archives of history.
"The real value in heritage and tradition is not in worshiping the ashes, but keeping the fire alive. And so, an idea was born."
Malcolm is currently working towards his inaugural solo exhibition at the Linton and Kay Gallery in Perth, Western Australia in August 2013. For details on the the availability and sale of Malcolm's work and upcoming exhibitions, please contact Linton and Kay: