Buildings Archive 2007
Buildings 76-90 out of 122 displayed.
A competition winning split level family dwelling. The structure of the house is an indigenous and untreated Douglas Fir post and beam frame, with softwood panelling between. The house is insulated with hemp insulation in a breathing wall...
The Pier Arts Centre was first designed by Kate Heron and Levitt Bernstein in the 1970s to house the marvellous collection of modern British art belonging to Margaret Gardiner. The original building occupied a single warehouse on the...
Portlethen Academy was opened in August 2006 as part of the second phase of multi-million pound education capital investment. Porthlethen, along with the other for this phase, was specifically designed with a strong emphasis on community...
The Client required external space for their two young children; they also wanted to replicate the distant views and almost year-round sunlight of their top floor city centre flat. A small house was purchased, reconfigured and extended in order to...
45 one, two and 3 bed apartments
Cumbernauld has had a very ‘bad press’ of late, however amid all the negative stories that have emerged recently, there is one element of the Town Centre that has been going from strength to strength. Jenkins and Marr Architects...
This simple extension is located to the rear of a typical suburban villa property and provides a generous new living/kitchen/dining space for growing family. The rendered blockwork sits on an off-white brick base course and black Eternit...
A two-storey bar, restaurant and nightclub in Edinburgh’s Chambers Street has been transformed following an overhaul by architecture and interior design practice KBA. The £500K refurbishment will create a series of complementary...
This house is designed to offer light and open living spaces within a low energy envelope.
Cottage Flats in a rural location designed to benefit from a Passive Solar Scheme Layout Public consultations with the Community Trust & Local Focus Groups helped develop the physical link into the local Community Woodland Walk. The houses...
The Sandyford Initiative is a primary care organisation now promoting sexual health and family planning through a network of new clinics or “Hubs” around Glasgow. Sandyford East is the first of these, built as an extension to Parkhead...
The University has had a Field Station at Rowardennan for the past 40 years. It accommodates teaching research and residential accommodation for the Biology department. The existing facility is coming to the end of its useful life and is to be...
The former Schaw Hospital, dating from the 19th Century, is a large B-listed ‘Tudor Gothic’ building, 4 storeys high located in Bearsden, on the outskirts of Glasgow. Built by the Schaw family and gifted to Glasgow as a convalescence...
The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration (SCRA) is the national agency responsible for administrating Scotland's unique system of juvenile justice and child welfare. In 2005/06, more than 54,000 children from communities all over Scotland...
Scottish Media Group's new headquarters sits on a gateway site to Pacific Quay, between The Four Winds Pavilion and the South Rotunda on the River Clyde. Its arrival complements the other developments along the quayside including the Glasgow...
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