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Hannah Dalton

Hannah Dalton

BArch, MArch, PGDip

Hannah joined the Architype Edinburgh office in 2020.

She previously practiced for over two years in Berlin, where she worked on a range of residential and commercial projects. During this time, she gained experience working for an architectural model maker, continuing her interest in the craft. She has been a guest critic at the Bauhaus, Dessau, and the University of Westminster, continuing her interest in architectural education.

Since joining Architype, Hannah has worked on the CoRE project, an innovative net zero carbon research centre situated in Cumnock, East Ayrshire. She is currently part of the team delivering Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, a Grade II listed building which will be extensively renovated to create an exciting new gallery space as well as improving the fabric performance to meet EnerPHit standard. She has been involved in many early-stage Scottish feasibility projects and Passivhaus consultancies, combining her strong design skills with increasing Passivhaus knowledge. She is a firm believer that sustainable design should be at the forefront of architectural conversation. Her design background supports Architype’s sustainable ethos in creating innovative, ecological spaces.


Hannah gained her BArch with distinction at the University of Dundee, winning the Dundee Institute of Architect’s award for her group project 'Between Thinking and Making'. She continued her studies at the University of Edinburgh, gaining her MArch in 2017. In 2022 she qualified as an ARB registered architect, gaining a PGDip with distinction from the University of Newcastle.