Buildings Archive 2009
Buildings 16-30 out of 93 displayed.
A peaceful holiday environment for children suffering from cancer realising the vision of Calum Spiers who died aged 14.
The village of Bothwell is centred on a conservation area between Hamilton and Glasgow and it has become one of the west of Scotland's most fashionable locations to live. This picturesque place dates from medieval times and its red sandstone...
The new building, “Carrochan”, provides a central headquarters for the first National Park in Scotland that covers a region over 700 square miles north and west of Balloch. The new building provides flexible workspace for over 120...
Isolated, baron, rugged and rural with stone ruins calling to mind a way of life long since passed. Caithness is a unique landscape with its own distinct tastes to which the Castle of Mey is testament. A brief for a new visitor centre,...
Since 1811, the City of Edinburgh Council has operated from the Grade A Listed City Chambers in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. Originally, the building was the Royal Exchange designed by John Adam in 1761 and was subsequently...
A development of affordable housing.
In addition to the development platform and infrastructure works the site includes extensive high quality public gardens and a riverside walkway. A focus of the open space is the public art, a five metre high bronze sculpture entitled...
Craig En Goyne House is a substantial Red Sandstone Victorian Villa located to the east side of Kilsyth. The property had been altered during its conversion into a residential care home in the 1980s including a single storey extension to the West...
Concept Statement: The Schoolhouse is a former school building, sitting between Stanley Street and Portman Street which has been converted by LoftOffice to provide distinctive and flexible office space. CRGP Limited designed and managed the...
The house is located in the village of Portling on a spectacular site overlooking the Solway Firth. The site is a steeply sloping, former quarry in a national scenic area which slopes steeply in two directions from the quarry base which...
A building which extends the architects preoccupation with 'Place, Programme & Presence' as a guiding narrative in the creation of new Scottish architecture.
The brief for this development was to provide a mix of housing types for Abertay Housing Association Ltd on a recently cleared brownfield site adjacent to Dunholm Road, Charleston: a socially deprived area of Dundee. Construction commenced in...
The building design is impressively attractive and dominated by a sweeping overhanging roof. The roof shape was driven by the need to provide natural daylight and ventilation into the depths of the teaching spaces and gym hall. The external wall...
An affordable housing development in Kilmun, on the north shore of the Holy Loch, Argyll.
East Cambusmoon Farm is situated on the outskirts of Gartocharn on an elevated 5 acre site. It is a traditional linear arrangement of farm buildings with the farmhouse at one end and barns at the other. The project involved replacing the...
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