Buildings Archive 2010
Paradise Street, Liverpool is the centerpiece of Grosvenor’s masterplan to extend and complete the city’s retail core and connect it to the Albert Dock. With a footprint of over a hectare and a complex brief of layered uses, the block...
Competition and award winning £23m major sports building sited to the north eastern coastal edge of the UK. The brief clearly stated the intention to increase community participation in sport and help elite athletes maximise their...
The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is a public/private sector partnership designed to drive technological improvements and profitability within the aerospace, marine and automotive industries. Located in Inchinnan and forming part of...
Conversion of a 1960's office to create a 89 bedroom 5 star hotel with bar, restaurant and gym. The external envelope was replaced to improve energy performance and extend the building by a further 2 floors
In 2005 Nicoll Russell Studios were commissioned by West Lothian Council to redevelop the Howden Park Centre. Situated largely within mature parkland in Livingston, the building had previously evolved in piecemeal fashion from a converted coach...
A new build £3.7m speculative office building providing around 2,500m2 gross of office space over 4 floors with a roof top plant area. Each floor plate is capable of subdivision into 2 separate office suites and completed with industry...
Yeoman McAllister Architects have had a long term working relationship with the Eastern Western Motor Group and have been involved in the design of most of their vehicle showrooms and after sales facilities throughout the Edinburgh area and...
Lee Boyd transformed The Vintage bar from a tired traditional pub into the sleek industrial interior of Cafe Fish. From the outset it was important to enhance the original features of the building in order to conserve its character and...
The Capella Building, handed over to the client on programme at the end of August 2009, is a 12 storey commercial office development with retail / leisure use on the ground floor, and basement parking for cars and bicycles accessible via an...
The Grade II listed Church House occupies a prominent position on the corner of Hanover Street and Paradise Street, adjacent to the new John Lewis store and is one of the few privately owned buildings situated within the boundary of Grosvenor's...
The Clubhouse at Castle Stuart Golf Links confidently defies budgetary constraints to combine stylistic elements of the modernist movement of the early 20th century with a contemporary palette of materials and an advanced environmental strategy....
This commission was won from a design competition to convert a large property into a single family home. The property was built as a family home in 1903, designed in a Scots baronial style by the Glasgow architectural firm of Burnett Boston and...
Winner of the Affordable Housing Development of the Year category at the 2009 Scottish Home Awards Winner of Inside Housing's 2009 Sustainable Social Housing Refurbishment Project This project was the final phase of redevelopment of the Caste...
This new footbridge in the ancient Scottish city of Stirling has played an important role in the area’s recent regeneration and development. The 113.4m long, three span cable truss bridge was designed for clients Stirling City Council to...
A six metre opening was formed in an existing 1970’s detached house providing a framed view to the landscaped gardens. A simple exposed concrete frame portico punches its way into the garden matching the width of the slot in the existing...
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