St Hilda’s Oxford

The Rock

55 Leroy Street

Unity Place

High-quality social housing scheme completed in South Kilburn


Gort Scott Selected for Mayor’s Architecture + Urbanism Framework


Highlights from Property X Change: Does Housing Benefit The High Street Ecosystem?


Planning consent granted for City of London retrofit scheme


RIBA South Award Winners 2023

Three Mills Studios

New creative spaces for iconic TV and film production studios in East London

Waltham Forest Town Hall & Assembly Hall

Flexible working and event spaces for Waltham Forest’s listed Town Hall and Assembly Hall

St Hilda’s Oxford

Transformative front of house development for St Hilda’s Oxford riverside site


Gort Scott Gets Ready for Open City Accelerate


A First Look at Bridge Avenue Mansions Retrofit

The Rock

A private residence perched upon a rocky outcrop in Whistler

View of dense tall trees and elevation of the house arranged around a rocky outcrop.

51 Hills Road

The greenest office in Cambridge


Green light for Station Road

Gainsford Road

Affordable starter homes on a site with an Arts and Crafts legacy

Looking up at the building frontage from the footway.


Our ethos, principles and passion have held us together while working remotely during the pandemic. More


Commitment to the Environment


Values-Driven Working



Gort Scott presenting at Future’s Day event for SMF

Gort Scott has been presenting at the Architecture Future’s Day online event for the Social Mobility Foundation, that took place on Monday 5th of June.

The Social Mobility Foundation is a national charity which aims to make a practical improvement in social mobility for high-achieving young people from low-income backgrounds with the help of professionals and firms.

The Futures Day event is being supported by Gort Scott and Gardner Stewart Architects who will help students understand routes into their sector, available career options, the skills needed to succeed and provide an insight into sustainability in the sector.

Precious Ndukuba, Architectural Assistant, presented on Entry Routes and Requirements into Architecture, followed by Paul Wild, Architect and Sustainable Design Lead, who talked about Sustainability within Architecture.

Gort Scott staff regularly support the Social Mobility Foundation as part of the office EDI initiatives.

Director Fiona Scott guest speaker at LFA event

Director Fiona Scott will be speaking at the Glue event during the London Festival of Architecture on 19th June.

Rachel Birchmore is co-hosting the Glue event with Louise Rodgers and Emma Keyte, with an outstanding line-up of speakers from Be First Regeneration Limited, Studio Egret West, Gbolade Design Studio, LDA Design, Gibson Thornley, Human Nature, Buckley Gray Yeoman and HUB Residential.

During the event the guests will be discussing the reason behind founding their companies, what brings colleagues together around a collective identity, and what shapes their team.
And once assembled, what’s the glue that continues to bind them together?

Glue event takes place on 19th June at 6 pm at Shoreditch Arts Club, 6 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DD. Tickets are available here.

RIBA South Award Winners 2023

Gort Scott is pleased to have won a RIBA South Award for St.Hilda’s College last night. This transformative project has provided St.Hilda’s with a new entrance, offices, much needed student accommodation, spectacular roof terrace and a riverside event space, all set within a reimagined landscape along the banks of the River Cherwell.

Two new buildings help to connect the College site and maximise its cherished riverside setting. The Anniversary Building creates a strong sense of enclosure to the College’s tranquil gardens, whilst the jewel-like Pavilion nestles against the water’s edge and offers expansive views of the surrounding landscape.

Forest Road topping out ceremony

Last night marked a significant milestone in our project for Pocket Living at Forest Road in central Walthamstow: the topping out of the concrete frame structure which was celebrated with a wonderful ceremony on the fourth-floor terrace, organised by Legendre UK. It was great to catch-up with all the talented people that have been involved in the project from Pocket Living, WT Partnership, XCO2, Whitby Wood and Legendre, and reflect on this momentous stage in the building’s evolution. The project is already looking beautiful, thanks to the careful execution by Legendre UK and we are all so excited to see the fruition of everyone’s hard work as the scheme approaches completion in 2024.


The Rock in Architecture Today

St Hilda’s College in the RIBAJ

Unity Place in AJ

Many architects, through their work, create art and alter environments. A few, like Gort Scott, transform lives.

Private client, The Rock
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