Prof. Gerry Grams is a passionate Glaswegian and has worked as an architect and urbanist for over thirty years. In both private and public sectors he has gained a reputation as a trusted and considered designer in fields ranging from residential design to urban regeneration. He has also spent time in both Glasgow architecture schools teaching and sharing his knowledge in the formation of the urban environment.
In 2005 Gerry became Glasgow City Council’s first City Design Advisor, a post created to put design high on the city’s agenda. In 2007, through a collaboration between Glasgow City Council and Glasgow School of Art, he helped establish the Glasgow Urban Laboratory – a research unit dealing with real time city issues backed up with academic resource and intelligence.
Gerry is current Vice-Chair of the charity Friends of GSA and a Board Member of The Common Guild.
Prof. Gerry Grams B.Arch. Dip. Arch. FRIAS
Architect + Urban Designer with Threesixty Architecture
Degree in Architectural Design [MAC graduated 1980]
Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture + Urban Design [MAC graduated 1983]
Bram Stoker Medal [Glasgow School of Art] 1983
W. Sommerville Shanks Legacy [Mackintosh School of Architecture] 1983
Sir Rowan Anderson Medal [Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland] 1984
Royal Scottish Academy Award for Architecture [RSA Edinburgh] 1984