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Buildings Archive 2014

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Buildings 91-105 out of 113 displayed.
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2014
The Alexander Graham Bell Centre is a new healthcare teaching facility forming an extension to the Moray College Campus in Elgin. The new facility has been jointly funded by Moray College UHI, HIE, NHS Grampian and EU, and provides a principle...

2014
Following a design competition in 2010 Reiach and Hall Architects were appointed by the National Trust for Scotland in collaboration with Historic Scotland, for the design of a new visitor facility at one of Scotland’s most historic sites,...

2014
The site, as it existed, was challenging, located between a typical edge-of-town Business Park and open moorland. We needed to create a new place that would give visitors and staff an atmosphere of quality and a sense of arrival. Our first design...

2014
T-A-P have completed work at The Corn Mill; the conversion of a historic building into the new headquarters for a local company, Ai Process Systems. Barrowford is a picturesque Lancashire village situated on the boundary between the Yorkshire...

2014
The Devil’s Advocate is one of Edinburgh’s newest and most vibrant bars. Located in the remodelled and refurbished ground floor of the former Evening News boiler house building, known as the Tower Building on Advocate’s Close,...

2014
The Haining is an A Listed Palladian House (c1795-1820) on the edge of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders. The Haining Charitable Trust with assistance from SHBT have embarked on a long term project to revitalise the house, the grounds and out...

2014
The Hydro joins the Clyde Auditorium on the northern edge of the River Clyde to create a new entertainment destination within the redevelopment of Glasgow’s former docks. A highly flexible indoor venue, the 12,500-capacity arena provides a...

2014
The Victorian baronial-style John O’ Groats Hotel, occupying a prominent position in this world famous location, had been left to rot for more than 15 years. The depressing scene had gradually drained the life out of the place but still the...

2014
The Lasswade Centre in Midlothian links a new exceptional learning environment with an assortment of community facilities, within a building that is uplifting, vibrant and full of light. Designed for a complement of 1500 pupils, the four-storey...

2014
This project comprises the expansion of Newlands Primary School to create a much needed community facility in the picturesque village of Romanno Bridge in the Scottish Borders. The new centre, which is attached to the existing school, comprises...

2014
The challenges in achieving Tog Studio's first permanent building were clear; find a client, source funding and produce a design that could be constructed in one week by a team with no prior experience. With funding secured from the Tiree...

2014
The Reid Building, which replaces the Newbery Tower and Foulis Building, is in complementary contrast to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art (1899 – 1909) – forging a symbiotic relation in which each structure...

2014
The site occupies an elevated position relative to the A93 on approach to Braemar from the east, with the house being designed to reflect the characteristics and simplicity of a traditional bothy. The traditional external materials of red...

2014
The Vale Centre for Health and Care is a striking building nestled in the grounds of the Vale of Leven Hospital, Alexandria. It provides a broad range of services to the local and wider community including GP practices, dental surgeries and...

2014
Three Glens is a five-bedroom guesthouse situated on a working farm near the village of Moniaive, South West Scotland. Its owners, Mary and Neil Gourlay, are the third generation of the Gourlay family farming in the Cairn Valley. Neil...

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