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This category includes housing projects that have been completed since last May. To find buildings from previous years please use the archive and search functions on the menu to the right.
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The project brief sought to create a new 3 bedroom house with ample utility and storage space, of modest size but high quality design. Additionally, the client stated that good thermal performance and low running costs was essential across the...

The development at Brunswick Road provides 175 new apartments and commercial space, comprising of 1-bed, 2-bed & 3-bed apartments with a mix of private and affordable housing. Earlier Planning applications on the site had been unsuccessful due to...

We were appointed to remodel an existing seventies house on a steeply sloping site, involving the creation of a new entrance at street level and the introduction of new terraces and decks to maximise the views.

Set near the foot of Lochnagar at Crathie in the Scottish Highlands, Coldrach is an 18-century ‘but and ben’ farmhouse that has been extended to incorporate new living space and create a sheltered, West-facing courtyard. The new is connected...

This tenement in Edinburgh New Town was a law firm’s office until a developer subdivided it. The developer turned the upper floors into luxury flats and sold off the two basement floors. The basement was a store, complete with a walk-in...

AKA were commissioned to design a contemporary low energy dwelling on a tricky triangular site, which related well to its wooded setting and made the most of its fine views over rolling farmland. Craobhach is one of 4 plots created by Ballogie...

The shieling was commissioned as an escape, for small gatherings or parties, lunches or dinners, to be arranged around a very long and narrow table. It sits alone in the vast, rugged and windswept landscape of the Cairngorms, invisible from many...

Private house set in a cleft between rocks on the top of a cliff with stunning views towards the Western Isles. This “upside down” layout provides the main living area with views whilst catching light through a clerestory window to the...

A449 were appointed to refurbish and extend a historic steading conversion at a stunning coastal location on the west edge of Musselburgh, East Lothian. Built into the robust sea wall, the existing dwelling was converted in the 1960’s, by...

As both clients and architects, the owners of this renovated, adapted and extended former shepherd’s cottage, were able to pursue an agenda which was about keeping faith with the character of the historic building they have re-purposed....

The key aims of the project were to provide amenity housing (social let properties for age 55+) for Shettleston Housing Association. The development was designed to include 29 units with two wheelchair accessible. The homes incorporate a number of...

The owner of this large, sandstone villa wanted a garden room, linking the existing house to their much-loved garden. There was also a 2M height difference between the 2 areas. The resultant garden room provides a study/lounge area with large...

We were approached by clients in Gullane, East Lothian to design two extensions. One to the rear of the house with a new garden room / kitchen and one to the side to provide two additional bedrooms, a utility room and a shower room. Plus the...

In 2013 Hoskins Architects undertook a feasibility study for Partickhill Bowling Club, exploring options to revitalise their clubhouse and grounds. In order to provide funds to improve its facilities, the Club decided to release an unused area of...

The Old Post office house at Knockfarrel, Dingwall was attached to a stone steading. The cottage was small and was not suitable for modern living. The brief was to renovate the cottage and steading and erect a large extension to the rear. The aim...

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