Buildings Archive 2011
Buildings 1-15 out of 113 displayed.
The New Intensive Care Unit at Glasgow Royal Infirmary was carried out in two phases and has provided state of the art ICU accommodation, within the existing Basil Spence designed Queen Elisabeth Building. Phase 1 took the vacated Medical...
Following the Norwegian schools tour Gaia were asked to develop a brief for an exemplar school for Highland Council as part of the Sustainable Schools initiative. Gaia were subsequently successful in bidding for architectural services for a...
This project encompasses the refurbishment of an existing 1960’s headquarters building in Lytham, with a gross floor area of approximately 12,500m². The brief was to upgrade all facilities throughout to accommodate staff growth and new...
The new All Saints Primary school occupies a site with a steep north facing slope in the south-east of Greenock. This allows the building section to be two story to the north and single story to the south thereby maximising the amount of...
Accommodating some 429 pupils, the new Aileymill Primary in the town’s Norfolk Road was formed by the merger of the former Ravenscraig and Earnhill Primary Schools and also includes Aileymill Nursery. The new Aileymill Primary School has...
5 Melville Street combines studios for an artist and an architect with workshops and living space. The building presents a tall minimalist facade to the street with a single ‘civic window’ or ‘cabinet’ which will house a...
The Ashmolean Museum re-opened its doors in November 2009, following several years’ closure. Rick Mather Architects’ extension replaces a Victorian building to the rear of the original Cockerell museum. The new six-storey extension...
Plot 3 at Avenel is the third of six Arts and Crafts houses to be built in a mature and unique garden setting on the edge of the village of Kilmacolm. The architectural brief was to create six homes for the five acre garden site, each of a...
Axis House provides Scotland Gas Networks with a centralised Edinburgh headquarters and has allowed them to rationalise a disparate workforce into a purpose built environment. The project provides a 2 storey office building and a single storey...
A Grade B Listed building, situated in in the Conservation Area of Portobello, Edinburgh, the initial brief was for an extension. It quickly became clear however that an extension would do more harm than good, darkening the interior and limiting...
The most northerly classical country house in Britain, Belmont was built in 1775 overlooking the Bluemull Sound and the ferry southwards to Yell and Mainland Shetland. The house was in an advanced stage of dereliction when The Belmont Trust was...
In realising a challenging and complex brief extensive conservation works have been undertaken to the Georgian terrace and James Miller interiors of the 1920s. Façade works included over 350 stone indents, mullions and lintols, significant...
An extension and refurbishment of an existing granite farmhouse, reflecting traditional rural forms and materials.
LDN were appointed by Buro Happold Engineers to convert a 1920s storage building and shopfront to form an open plan office. The space conforms with the highest standards of sustainable design using high levels of insulation combined with natural...
Bridgeton Cross in Glasgow’s East End has been revitalised to deliver physical, social and economic regeneration within wider Clyde Gateway initiatives. An overall masterplan and specific urban realm proposals were produced to repair and...
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