FERGUS SCOTT ARCHITECTS

FERGUS SCOTT

 

After graduating from The University of Sydney, Fergus worked for Peter Stutchbury between 1992 and 2000 on a wide range of projects. These included residential works, the Olympic Archery Pavilion, and several major faculty buildings at the University of Newcastle awarded for their innovative passive solar and thermal design.

 

At this time he also worked on desert buildings for Rick Joy Architects in Tucson, Arizona, and studied in detail the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Mayan and Aztec architecture of Central America.

 

Fergus established his practice in 2000 and it has since built a well-recognised and published portfolio with selected projects featured on the website.

 

Since 2010, Fergus has tutored design in Professor Glenn Murcutt's regional studio at the University of New South Wales. He has been a guest tutor at the Architecture Foundation Australia and has lectured at the University of Newcastle. He has written for Houses Magazine and was the NSW AIA awards residential jury chair in 2015.

 

Fergus has been a registered architect in NSW since 1996 (reg. no. 6086), and a member of the Australian Institute of Architects since 2001.

 

 

CARYN MCCARTHY - associate

 

Caryn joined the practice in 2004 and has made a continuous and invaluable contribution to the work.  Her breadth of experience has enabled her to assume the role of design, documentation, and project architect and she is highly respected by our clients and builders.

 

Caryn graduated from The University of Sydney in 2002 and is a registered architect. In addition, she has her own portfolio of high quality residential work.

 

Prior to joining the practice, she worked for Peter Stutchbury Architecture, Rick Joy Architects in Tucson (2003) and AT103 and TEN Arquitectos in Mexico City where she studied the work of Luis Barragan.