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Buildings Archive 2014

Browse Buildings:
Buildings 46-60 out of 113 displayed.
 [1-15]  [16-30]  [31-45]  [46-60]  [61-75]  [76-90]  [91-105]  [106-113] 
2014
The house is a new 4 bedroom family home located in the small, rural Aberdeenshire community of Ballogie. It is a super sustainable building designed with low energy demand credentials. Its design was uniquely created to suit the client and...

2014
The Living-house, containing living/kitchen/dining spaces with master bedroom below, functions as the social heart of the new home. The living space is a half level up from the entrance with the master bedroom sunk into the landscape with views to...

2014
Alterations and extension to a garden flat in the Inverleith conservation area, Edinburgh. A modest zinc-roofed extension connects the new living space with a paved external courtyard. Layering of strong linear forms and transluscent screens...

2014
The museum, owned and operated by Historic Scotland (HS), houses a unique collection of dark age and medieval high stone crosses, grave slabs and grave markers relating to the island and its influence on the west coast of Scotland during the early...

2014
Due to continued growth, JAMstudio has opened its newly renovated city centre-based location, having invested a six-figure sum into the transformation of its interior. The 1500 sqft premises, based in Aberdeen’s Golden Square, is treble...

2014
Completed in September 2013, Fife Council’s £12m new-build Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre replaced the existing 1970’s swimming pool. The new centre is located on the waterfront overlooking the Firth of Forth, just off the historic...

2014
Knockando Woolmill is a unique complex of fragile category A listed buildings which has remained in continuous production for over 200 years. Multi agency funding was secured by the Woolmill Trust for a programme of repair and renewal, overseen by...

2014
The clients’ brief was to create a home which would suit their family (two adults and 3 children) far into the future and also stand out as an architectural gem. The Original Farmhouse Built circa 1850 and extended in Victorian times,...

2014
Lighthouse Court is a seven storey residential development comprising a mixture of ground floor duplex accommodation with stylish one, two and three bed apartments above that take advantage of views over the River Forth. To the rear of the...

2014
Designed by Norwegian architectural practice Snohetta in partnership with Halliday Fraser Munro, the scheme is conceived as a pavilion in a parkland setting. The Maggie’s Centre is not a treatment centre but a place where individuals can...

2014
The Marchmont Road School Building was designed in Gothic Style by the Scottish architect Robert Wilson, for the Edinburgh School Board and was completed in 1882. This two storey building with a part basement has a V-shaped plan and is located on...

2014
The acquisition of Category B-Listed Martyrs Kirk by St Andrews University and its conversion into a post-graduate reading room for the Faculty of Arts shows the adaptability of our historic fabric. The original church by Gillespie and Scott,...

2014
Completed in June 2013, the £21m new-build Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre replaced the existing 1970’s FIPRE Fife Institute, the new centre being located on Viewfield Road, Glenrothes. The primary driver in the design of the...

2014
This tardis like extension to an already extended cottage in the planned Dornoch Firth village of Embo is a case of maximising space on a minimal site. Architects HRI were asked to provide additional living, utility and study space in extending an...

2014
Built in the most challenging of urban sites, this 185 square metre building completes the final phase of the mixed use regeneration project at Advocate’s Close. The buildings form is designed to tuck discreetly into the surroundings of...

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