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Buildings Archive 2011

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Buildings 106-113 out of 113 displayed.
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2011
2 New bookends at Aboukir Street provide 24 apartments, comprising 12 shared equity homes and 12 wheelchair accessible apartments for rent by Linthouse Housing Association. The bookend blocks occupy two gap sites where historic tenement stock...

2011
LDN’s project for the Business School at the University of Edinburgh illustrates our particular strength in revitalising significant buildings that have lost their usefulness. The Adam Ferguson Building, designed by Robert Mathew in 1964,...

2011
LDN were commissioned by the City of Edinburgh Council to prepare proposals to resolve the many practical shortcomings of a building that is an icon for the performing arts in Scotland. The Usher Hall is a significant piece of architecture. It is...

2011
Lee Boyd Architects have completed an extension to the existing visitor facility at the Wallace Monument near Stirling. The building opened to the public in March 2009; professional photography is to be commissioned in Spring 2010. Extending...

2011
The Briggait, formerly the city of Glasgow’s fishmarket and a Grade `A` listed building, occupies almost all of a city block on the north bank of the Clyde and consists of a series of large market halls, dating from 1873, 1889 and 1904...

2011
The Waterside Edge Development consists of 58 new homes for Govan Housing Association for rent and sale ranging from 1 bedroom flats to 4 bedroom houses. There are two 4-storey flatted blocks and a row of six 2-storey terraced houses. The...

2011
Weaver's Cottage is a refurbishment and extension of a remote cottage in the Ettrick Valley. The project was carried out for two artists and their families. The extension, clad in black charred timber slats, lies as a shadow behind the main...

2011
A new house in and around the ruins of 'The White House' where Boswell and Johnston visited during their tour of the Hebrides in 1773. The spectacularly cleft ruin is to be consolidated and only partly occupied. A glazed living room link connects...

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