Buildings Archive 2013
Buildings 61-75 out of 94 displayed.
Renfrew Police Office is the first of a new generation of police facilities instigated by the Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police in 2010. The client required a building which exhibited low energy use to achieve the highest Building Energy...
Our client's brief was simple: create a bright, spacious, open-plan extension to the rear of the house for 21st century kitchen, dining and living accommodation. Our first step was to remove the dated, energy-expending conservatory structure...
Set within the site of a Scheduled Ancient Monument, the extension to the Visitor Centre facilities at Rosslyn Chapel responds to a challenging brief. The existing facilities were under increasing pressure to cope with visitor numbers, and the...
Austin-Smith:Lord has assisted North Lanarkshire Venues team in refurbishment and essential conservation and improvements to the category ‘B’ Listed Town Hall and theatre within Airdrie. The aims of the project was to restore the...
The project was to refurbish the common areas of this established office complex to provide a modern, fresh face to prospective tenants. In addition, there was an elevated, external space that required some design to link the routes through it...
The school has a north-west/south east orientation with all 8 class bases taking advantage of afternoon sun light and view over the playing fields. A glazed entrance and steel structural feature draws visitors into the secure reception of the...
The St Mary’s school rebuild was part of South Lanarkshire Council's Primary Schools modernisation programme. The 140 pupil facility is designed to flex to the 10 year housing supply list that identifies 1280 additional residential units...
Built to stringent Passive House standards, this home located in a typical suburban street, provides a model for future living. It offers flexible family accommodation combined with thermal comfort and very low running costs. At a time of concern...
The brief required the accommodation of circa 300 student bed spaces on this tight Grade C Listed site, embedded within the Edinburgh World Heritage Site in the Old Town. The development retains a number of historic industrial buildings at its...
The brief was to create two terraced housing blocks within in Balvicar which was sympathetic to the local traditional style. The massing of the terraced blocks on the corner of the road junction lends importance and formality to the edge of the...
The creation of a new arts centre containing a 500 seat auditorium, studio theatre together with cafe bar and a range of flexible multi-purpose meeting rooms, on the waterfront at Clydeside, Greenock.
The Big Shed is a new community building serving a scattered rural population in Highland Perthshire. The design brief was for flexible spaces for use by individuals, groups and small businesses in the community. The project was to demonstrate the...
A passive house in a disused quarry cutting into Scotston hill offered a perfect, sheltered site with a generous south aspect and panoramic views towards Perth.
The Bothy forms the fourth and last side of Ivybank, a charming courtyard development in Kilmory, Isle of Arran. It is a detached house with views of the Firth of Clyde and Ailsa Craig, as well as of open fields and countryside to Kilmory Church...
The Glad Cafe is the community hub for Glasgow’s southside, providing opportunities to hear and make music and access other artforms in a relaxed high quality cafe setting which is attractive to all cultures within the most ethnically...
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