Robert R Steedman

The practice won many awards for both architectural and landscape commissions including the European Architectural Heritage medal, numerous Civic Trust Awards and an RIBA Award in 1989 for his own house in the countryside.

A member of the Countryside Commission and of the Royal Fine Art Commission, he has been consulted on many major national projects involving sensitive urban and rural developments.

A member of the Edinburgh Festival Society and the Scottish Museums Council. Elected an Academician of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1979. Awarded the OBE for services to Architecture and the Built Environment in 1991.

James Morris and Robert Steedman formed a creative partnership in 1952 with the design of the Tomlinson residence, Cramond, Edinburgh. The practice, Morris and Steedman, later formed in 1958 is well known for its award winning, innovative buildings and landscape throughout Scotland. Starting with a series of iconic modern houses, Morris and Steedman completed a wide range of building types and sensitive landscape design for corporate, public and private clients over a 50 year period prior to rebranding as morris and steedman associates under new directors in 2002. Robert Steedman remains as a consultant to the practice now managed by Raymond Muszynski and Philip Flockhart .

A wide range of design experience is available with particular expertise offered in the conservation, conversion and extension of historic structures, and the design of new buildings in sensitive settings. The portfolio of bespoke residential work is probably unrivalled within Scotland.

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Philip Flockhart , Director

Chartered Architect with over twenty years experience in design and conservation work. After graduation in 1990, he returned as a visiting tutor to the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow until 1996

Raymond Muszynski, Director BSc.(Hons), HNC

With over thirty years experience design and conservation work, his projects have received awards from The Sunday Times, Glenfiddich Heritage, the Scottish Civic Trust and the RIAS.

Robert R. Steedman, Consultant OBE RSA RIBA FRIAS MLI MLA

Graduating from Edinburgh, he obtained a postgraduate Masters degree from the University of Pennsylvania prior to founding the practice in 1958 with James Morris (now deceased).

Rayond Muszynski
Philip Flockhart

Following graduation from Glasgow School of Art, he was a part time design tutor at Napier University. His profession is also his passion and he has restored properties in Fife for his own use, the most recent of which is his family home. The purchase of redundant farm buildings close to his home in 2002 marked a first venture into the world of speculative property development.

An interest in conservation, history and high design quality informs all of his work.

Expertise in how historic buildings may be conserved, adapted, extended and regenerated was recognised in 2000 with an RIAS Conservation Accreditation and in 2006 with selection as an Enabling Advisor by Architecture + Design Scotland. Collaborations on larger projects with other architects have included RMJM Edinburgh and Moshe Safdie Associates Boston, USA. These have given insight into international practice.

An interest in all aspects of design and creativity beyond architecture informs his work.