Tim Gray, director at architectural firm Holmes Miller, has been appointed president of the Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA).
Tim assumed the mantle at the GIA 2016 AGM recently, where he was joined by colleague Isabel Garriga, who will act as vice-president during his tenure and is the GIA convenor for RIAS’s Festival of Architecture 2016.
Tim will hold the position for the next two years. He said, “taking office in 2016, Scotland’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, is both daunting and exhilarating; I hope to maintain the momentum that has already been gained by my processor, building upon it to widen the profile of GIA with the whole community.”
Holmes Miller managing director, Callum Houston, added, “having served on a GIA committee myself I am aware how time-consuming, but also how rewarding it is for an individual architect to contribute their energies to a greater good for the profession of architecture.”