Buildings Archive 2013
Buildings 76-90 out of 94 displayed.
The Glebe Cottage is a refurbished farm bothy and converted adjoining goat-shed creating a comfortable home in the Angus countryside. The project merges the historic fabric of the original listed cottage with modern elements in order to create...
The Highlanders’ Museum was re-opened in March 2013 by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The museum is one of the most highly regarded regimental museums in the United Kingdom. It is situated within Fort George, one of the finest and...
Originally built as a spirit & wine bond, compromising 3 storeys with basement, this former office bookends two mews lanes at their meeting point on Canning Street, just off Edinburgh's Shandwick Place. A new central courtyard was carved...
Set on the shore at Brae looking out over spectacular coastal scenery this hotel is now the largest hotel on Shetland. Using a contemporary vernacular style the design has used the colours and forms of local materials and topography as well as...
The Museum of Edinburgh houses a large proportion of City owned objects relating to its industries, its urban development and its citizens. The Grade ‘A’ listed buildings themselves form the largest group of C16th urban buildings...
The Sheiling is a Victorian villa sitting between two waterways; Loch Fyne on one side and the Crinan Canal on the other, with views of the loch and Arran in the distance beyond. Within the house several internal walls and a portion of the...
The original steading was highly unusual. The eaves line follows the gradient of the land and is not level, as most other steadings are. In fact, there is a 4 foot drop in the eaves line from one side to the other across the front elevation. This...
The Transient Gallery explores the significance of everyday functional objects that create or enhance a sense of collective identity across the communities that use them. It presents these often forgotten or overlooked artefacts in a gallery like...
The sea, sky, wind, sand and rock combine to make the western shore of the Outer Hebrides a unique environment which poses real challenges for living and designing due to its remoteness and extreme weather, but it has a rugged beauty which is...
A new bakery and factory for an expanding local biscuit company.
Tog Studio is a new live-build summer school. It is open to anyone with a passion for the craft of building; students, architects, engineers, trade apprentices or members of the local community. The inaugural Tog Studio live-build summer school...
This project encompasses a new office headquarters for Account Tax Ltd. to the ground floor, with an independently accessed penthouse apartment to the first floor. The building uses the ‘pavilion-style’ of the various golf clubs in...
Award-winning Glasgow based design team Surface-ID, has created a £2 million design-led visitor attraction which, for the first time, translates the whiskey making process into an immersive visitor experience. The unique attraction is...
Lewis & Hickey were appointed in 2005 as Architects and Lead Consultant for the £36 million refurbishment of the University of Edinburgh's Main Library building in George Square, Edinburgh. This A-listed building, designed by Sir...
The brief was to form a single storey kitchen extension to an existing listed terraced townhouse, forming a new kitchen and dining space on a modest budget. Early discussions with Planning Listed Buildings favored a contemporary flat roofed...
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