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Buildings Archive 2014

Browse Buildings:
Buildings 106-113 out of 113 displayed.
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2014
When this existing house in Merchiston, Edinburgh, was up for sale, the Clients approached Roxburgh McEwan Architects, prior to making an offer, to discuss whether or not the living / family and entertaining areas could be transformed from a...

2014
The Vicarfield Street housing development and community garden comprises 61 new homes for rent, and a further 20 for sale through NSSE shared equity for first-time buyers from the area. The homes are energy-efficient, have low carbon emissions and...

2014
The new Waitrose store in Helensburgh comprises a 36,500ft2 supermarket and fuel station with a combined total of 180 car parking spaces. The development is located opposite the new Hermitage Academy and together these form a prominent gateway to...

2014
Situated in the heart of the Lower Deeside valley outside Aberdeen the gently sloping site is surrounded by a tall stone wall that demarcated a historic orchard. This curving wall enclosed a manicured lawn set within a mature landscape that became...

2014
McGregor Bowes were appointed by the National Trust to review the visitors' toilet facilities at Walpole Hall, a popular Grade 1 listed building in Northumberland. The proposals resulted in an upgrade of the existing facilities in the stables and...

2014
A sensitively integrated energy efficient lighting design for the 'Cellarium Cafe and Miserichorde Terrace’, the new catering facilities and shop for Westminster Abbey, London. This development took place in the old domestic quarters of...

2014
Our client’s brief was to form a southwest facing living space that provided an escape from the Arts and Crafts house out into the garden. Our clients are artistic and have a real concern for the environment – their house is full of...

2014
Icosis were appointed in 2009 by Natural England to look at two buildings on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The aim for both projects was to reflect the unique location, inspiring visitors to value and conserve the special environment that is...

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