Buildings Archive 2008
Buildings 16-30 out of 141 displayed.
A’Chrannag is located on the edge of town, just outside the Rothesay Conservation Area, using a brownfield site that was formerly occupied by the Foley House Hotel, demolished after a fire in 1995. The site has considerable wildlife value...
Reiach and Hall are the competition winning architects of this new-build cancer research facility for the University of Glasgow and Cancer Research UK. This project immediately followed our nationally acclaimed, award winning Wolfson Medical...
The Buildings are of mid 18th century vernacular design and stand at the entrance to the remains of Main Street forming the important corner to Reform Street at the heart of the Outstanding Conservation Area in Beith Their restoration was...
The project comprises alterations to and extension of a two storey artisan’s cottage dating from the 19th century which is an elongated room thick building which itself had been extended and adapted several times in its life. Our clients...
Austin Smith Lord were commissioned to undertake an urban design study for the revitalisation of Bridgeton Cross in Glasgow’s East End. The study involves the development of a vision for Bridgeton which will deliver physical, social and...
Site The site is steeply sloped from north to south and successfully incorporating this height difference into the project is an integral part of the building design. The site is 0.4 hectares in total. Building Users The building...
The design of the Burnett House seeks to address the difficult challenge of using sustainable contemporary construction in a way that that is in harmony with the local vernacular tradition. The interior of the house is essentially an open...
Since 1994 Castle Business Park has played a key role in the development of Stirling as a business location, with notable success in attracting inward investment, boosting employment growth and contributing significantly to the economic...
Dementia care housing at Craigmillar for The City of Edinburgh Council. The development provides 60 dementia bedrooms with en-suite facilities, in 6 groups of 10 residents. Each residential wing is arranged around a safe courtyard space,...
This project originally began as a design for two doctors’ practices (a larger and a smaller practice) who wished to keep their identities and yet to share certain non-public facilities. The site covers an area of approximately 3065...
Low Borland is a B listed group of farm buildings. The Clients brief was to convert the three byres to the south of the existing farmhouse to form a new three bedroom house with three public rooms. The new house was to have separate access...
The Culloden Battlefield Memorial Centre is the result of an international design competition held by the National Trust for Scotland in 2004.The project includes the reinterpretation and reinstatement of the landscape of the battlefield. The new...
This visitor centre, designed Simpson and Brown Architects, at Dawyck Botanic Gardens, near Stobo, was funded by the Scottish Government and Scottish Borders Enterprise. Opened during the 30th anniversary year of Dawyck coming into the care of the...
To produce a design solution appropriate for use, jmarchitects adopted a ‘charette’ process, involving staff, pupils, governors and design team, who worked together to help generate and refine the project scope and brief. The final...
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