Buildings Archive 2012
Buildings 106-120 out of 128 displayed.
Alsop High School is a popular mixed comprehensive with nearly 1800 pupils, including over 300 in the sixth form. It is the largest secondary school in Liverpool. Prior to development, the arrangement and condition of the existing buildings...
The Cargill Centre occupies two existing former primary school buildings at the heart of the conservation village, one of which was C listed, which have been transformed into bright and modern accommodation. Bankrolled by the WA Cargill Fund...
The clients have an unconventional lifestyle, spending much of it sailing in warmer climes due to a passion for the sea, wildlife and the natural environment, and relate to the low impact, barefoot, t-shirts, out-doors lifestyle powered by wind...
Our Clients house plot had on it a narrow, single storey former veterinary surgery, lying vacant. Looking for a more modern house, they commissioned us to see how best to work with the adjacent plot and provide a modern, 3 bedroom house, in place...
The objective of the redevelopment of this site was to contribute towards the regeneration of Stevenston town centre with a new retail and commercial building that enhances the facilities in the town centre and creates new jobs. The building...
A new, all timber structure providing shelter, viewing point and interpretation facility for the RSPB's Insh Marshes Reserve
Situated near Insch in Aberdeenshire, the Model-D show house was recently opened by the First Minister. It is designed to demonstrate an alternative to the expensive and all too often bland properties offered by volume developers who managed to...
Located on the site of an of existing farm steading, and with extensive use of salvaged stone, this new house now provides the Estate with a long awaited 'main house'
The Old Schoolyard is a new villa in a conservation area just west of Edinburgh's city centre. ZONE Architects' ambition was to create a contemporary home which matched the scale and grandeur of its neighbours, substantial Victorian villas in...
Following the success of the Titan Crane restoration project which Collective Architecture completed in 2007, Clydebank Re-built commissioned a small visitor centre to augment the site. This was to house an exhibition space, seating, learning...
The Project involved the complete and careful demolition of an existing dwelling house and the construction of a new energy efficient Eco House with a traditional oak frame. Due to the existing house being of a low quality and with limited...
Our clients were an American manufacturer of gas turbines who had a requirement to move premises from their existing, standard cellular offices. Due to a variety of circumstances their preferred premises were a shell building split into two halves...
Tynecastle High School has played a pivotal role delivering educational needs to the Gorgie district of Edinburgh since 1912. The original school by Architect John Alexander Carfare now forms the backdrop for the new facilities designed by Aedas....
The University of Aberdeen is the fifth oldest English-language university in the world. It was established in 1495 and it houses over a quarter of a million books and manuscripts. The new library serves a community of 14,000 students. The 15,500...
The functional brief was driven by the scientific vision to create new academic positions to promote interaction between research groups within the building and also to the adjacent buildings. The building accommodates research staff and...
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