Alan Dunlop is one of the UK’s leading architects and a respected educator. He has just completed a successful term as the Distinguished Victor L. Regnier Visiting Chair in Architecture at Kansas State University and is currently Visiting Professor at Robert Gordon University, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture. He has taught at schools of Architecture in USA, UK and in Germany and also lectured internationally.Widely published in the architectural press and international broadsheets, he is an established commentator on Architecture, Urban Design and Social Issues.A Fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and the Royal Society of Arts, he was educated in London and at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow.In practice, he has won over fifty national and international awards, including Europa Nostra; Royal Institute of British Architects Awards; the Scottish Design Awards: Grand Prix for Architecture; a Special Award from the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland; a British Construction Industry: Best Practice Award; a Designshare Honor Award and two International Architecture Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum. His project for Hazelwood School was listed as one the top five schools of the 21st Century by Architectural Record.A gifted draughtsman and artist his drawings have been exhibited at the Royal Academy in London and since 1996 at the Royal Scottish Academy. In 2008, he was awarded the Royal Gold Medal in Architecture from the Royal Scottish Academy. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, and The Lighthouse in Glasgow, in Europe and at the Venice Biennale.He regards the education of young architects as both an obligation and a privilege and brings enthusiasm, ambition and authentic commitment to the task.Kate DunlopLLB.MBA.FCIPD.FRSA.Company Secretary and Director of Alan Dunlop Architect Ltd.Kate Dunlop is a businesswoman with extensive experience in insurance, investment and banking.She is Chief Executive of Glasgow Credit Union, a member of the Administrative Justice Council of the U.K. and a non-executive director of the charity the Centre for Confidence and Wellbeing.She was previously a Director of Abbey National Plc, a member of the Employment Tribunal and has served on the boards of the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland, the Registers of Scotland, The Scottish Local Authorities Remuneration Committee and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.She is a board adviser on governance, finance, strategy and ethics.