Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Liz Simpson

Liz trained at the Bartlett School of Architecture where she a gained her Part 1 in 2002. She continued to work as an Architectural Assistant in London for two years before moving to Scotland to continue her studies. She graduated from Edinburgh University in 2006 with a Master of Architecture.

Liz joined Simpson & Brown in 2006 and has since worked on a wide ranging selection of projects both conservation and new build. Projects include the award winning Dawyck Visitor Centre and the restoration of The Buttress,  a Grade 1 listed Merchants House in Newcastle. Liz has been involved in a number of successful competition bids including the design for a new contemporary luxury Hunting Lodge in the Scottish Highlands. Most recently Liz was the Simpson & Brown project Architect for York Art Gallery, as part of a joint venture partnership with Ushida Findlay Architects. She is currently the project architect for a new visitor centre at Lincoln Cathedral forming part of a wider £20 million HLF funded project. 

Having completed her Part 3 in 2010  she continues to use her design and presentation skills for a number of bids, competitions and publicity images whilst also working as a Project Architect on sites throughout the country. Liz became an Associate in 2012.




Left. Dawyck Gateway    Right. Gjesvaer Marine Life Centre