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interests in terms of design issues not just relating to light as well as our geographic experience and knowledge became a draw for clients who were looking to hire a design consultant who would make a difference. We were more than happy to oblige.’


When I asked Jonathan what the highlight of his career is, he said it is very difficult to pick just one item, although he said receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland is a great honour. ‘Over the last 30 years I have been fortunate to work on many challenging and very satisfying projects around the world, and I would therefore say that the highlight has been the opportunity to meet and work with committed and dedicated clients and architects who were striving to deliver projects that made a difference. I have also been fortunate to work with a


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collection of designers within LDP, JSA, SaM, SaMA and now Speirs + Major and that has been truly inspiring. ‘I do believe that having the opportunity to work on large scale masterplans combined with light art projects to product design to architectural projects has kept me mentally challenged and very committed, and provided me with the opportunity to use light in a powerful and creative way.’ One particular project that stands out for Jonathan is the Robin House at Balloch on Loch Lomond with Gareth Hoskins Architects as a pro-bono project. ‘This wonderful project is a hospice for terminally ill children providing support and respite for them and their families. For personal reasons this project resonates.’


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