Good buildings come from good people

At SISCO Architecture Ltd, we believe in simple, uncomplicated architecture. Simplicity offers benefits on many levels, not only in the construction process, but also in the clarity with which the building can be understood. Whilst architecture has a fundamental responsibility to accommodate, it also has a duty to explain and not confuse. Consequently, our aim is to make our buildings elegantly straightforward in their organisation.

Alison Mottram

Alison set up Sisco Architecture Limited at the beginning of 2009. She had worked for the preceding ten years for a large Cambridge practice building up an extensive portfolio of healthcare projects. During her time there she was the project architect on many multi-million pound hospital projects as well as running both residential and educational developments. It was the wide range of experience, the many skills and the strong links to local and regional contractors and clients that were acquired and developed during the previous years that inspired Alison to set up her own practice. Alison is a keen photographer and does her best to fulfil her love of travelling. She is also a keen cyclist and believes that keeping a healthy lifestyle can strongly improve the way you work.

Nick Ormesher

Originally from Cambridgeshire, Nick pursued his architectural education in Sheffield and Manchester, concentrating on his particular interests in historic architecture and designing within unique local context in the UK. During his time in further education, he conducted research exploring heritage preservation in North Africa. Nick has extensive experience working with historic and listed buildings, having worked on a number of conservation, restoration and refurbishment projects in locations across the UK. Prior to joining Sisco, he worked principally within the education and residential sectors on projects ranging from small scale alterations and extensions to large new build facilities.