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Buildings Archive 2011

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Buildings 91-105 out of 113 displayed.
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2011
The Grade A Listed church originally built in 1859 burnt down in 1910 and was reconstructed then to designs by Ashlin and Coleman of Dublin. To mark the centenary of the rebuilding, a programme of alteration and fabric repairs was instigated...

2011
In addressing the design for New Stobhill Hospital’s Ward Extension, we have made a deliberate effort to plan the building as a simple, clearly expressed form. The aim is to achieve a layout which is not only ‘legible’, but will...

2011
The existing house, the last before Rosslyn Chapel, was a fairly typical example of 1960’s residential architecture, with uninsulated walls, poor glazing and a roof seriously in need of repair. The site stands at a dramatic position in...

2011
This  4,500sq/m store on the outskirts of Banchory has been designed to reflect the woodland setting of the area. Energy efficient measures have been used to reduce the buildings carbon footprint both during and after construction.

2011
Our client provided us with a challenging brief: to transform a semi-derelict building with no utilities on a sensitive site into a comfortable dwelling on a tight budget. Our approach was to treat the original bothy as a cloak for a new-build,...

2011
The Concrete Garden at Possil is the first of several early demonstration projects associated with the SAGE strategy, developed in partnership with NVA (see our urban strategy section). The project demonstrates one strand of the strategy: bringing...

2011
One of Glasgow’s most iconic and best-loved entertainment spaces re-opens this week following an eight-month multimillion-pound refurbishment led by Graven Images which has brought new glamour and intrigue to a Grade ‘A’ Listed...

2011
We chose initially to look at plot 5 as we felt that the position on site addressing the ‘green’ dealt with issues of privacy and formality onto this space. The site is also on a corner and the highly visible nature of the house as...

2011
The house is sited in a natural concave area of hillside facing principally west along the contours to enjoy the spectacular landscape setting of the river Ken valley and the ridges of the Rhinns of Kells hills opposite. The intention was to...

2011
The opening of The Quarries forms the latest stage in one of the largest regeneration projects currently underway in Edinburgh. The regeneration of the Hyvots and Moredun Park area will result in the delivery of over 400 new affordable homes and...

2011
The Shingle House is sited on one of the most unusual and poetic landscapes in England, on the shingle beach of Dungeness, near Romney Marsh.  The vast beach contains a random collection of fisherman's huts (many of them owned by artists,...

2011
The West Centre provides much needed family health and social work services in a very non-institutional, light, airy and fun building. The multi-award winning building includes work by a number of artists within it's built fabric. The West Centre...

2011
In February 2011 the restoration of this Category B listed art deco former roadhouse in Craigmillar, Edinburgh was completed . The works were joint funded by Historic Scotland, the Town Centre Regeneration Fund and PARC Craigmillar. It forms a key...

2011
Tinto - as suburban oasis and community hub Tinto Primary School creates a new, strong landmark in a largely suburban area, otherwise devoid of civic buildings. Unusually, for a modern school it's public side forms the street edge as well as a...

2011
Early 19th century, 4-storey townhouse built by Robert Reid and William Sibbald that forms part of a 21-bay terraced tenement. This is a category A listed building located with the New Town Conservation Area and World Heritage Site. The works...

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