Founding director & principle architect Janet Harris has over a decade in architectural practice. Prior to establishing Camris Architects in 2012 she gained extensive experience through working for private architectural practices both large and small.
Janet has experience working with individuals on projects which are highly personal and emmotive to them- such as their own home- using her skills and knowledge to guide them through what for many can be a daunting and unfamiliar process. Camris offer consultations in your own home and outwith the 'standard' business hours of 9-5 in order to make achieving your idea as easy for you as possible.
For those perhaps more familiar with the construction and property industry Janet has accumulated years of experience on commercial developments across a variety of sectors and scale- from small stand alone retail units to multi million pound offices.
Over the last decade Janet has also acquired specialist knowledge in Conservation and Restoration for which her work has been award winning. The conversion of the former Grade A listed Herald newspaper offices/ printworks in Glasgow not only recieved praise from Historic Scotland but was awarded Bronze in the national Roses Design Awards for Best Reuse of a Listed Building.
By law, anyone who describes themselves as an architect and is involved in designing or constructing buildings must be properly trained and qualified, and registered with the Architects Registration Board (click on the adjacent ARB logo for further information on this). Whatever your own background or situation working with Camris Architects not only provides the re-assurance of engaging an experienced professional but provides the peace of mind that we are registered with the ARB and carry Professional Indemnity Insurance .
Janet is also a member of both The Royal Incorporation of Architects In Scotland (The RIAS) and The Royal Institute of British Architects (The RIBA).