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Historic Buildings & Conservation

This category includes historic buildings and conservation projects that have been completed since last May. To find buildings from previous years please use the archive and search functions on the menu to the right.
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106 Hope Street, originally designed by Mackintosh & Salmon, Son & Gillespie, is a Category A listed former warehouse building. The six storey building houses a bar & music venue on the ground floors with the upper floors set as open...

The repair and conversion of the Abbey Strand buildings to house a new Learning Centre and apartments is a central element of ‘Future Programme’ at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, an ambitious series of projects commissioned by Royal...

Following a devastating fire in December 2017 which largely destroyed the Hotel, a painstaking restoration process has taken place to bring the B-listed early 19th century Baronial Mansion back into use as a world-renowned five star luxury resort...

Gleneagles Townhouse, Edinburgh is the result of a five year project to convert the former Bank of Scotland headquarters at 37-39 St Andrews Square into a hotel and private members club as part of an expansion of the Gleneagles Hotel brand...

Glenkinchie, lovingly known as The Garden Distillery, is the Lowland Home of Johnnie Walker and was the first brand home in the Johnnie Walker ‘Four Corners’ series to reopen in October 2020. Our brief predominately focused on the...

For the first time, the University of Edinburgh’s new Health and Wellbeing Centre brings together the institution’s previously disconnected Counselling and Disability services, Pharmacy and Health Centre, in a now fully accessible...

High Sunderland, the 1957 modernist icon designed by Peter Womesley for Bernat and Margaret Klein, required sensitive and complex restoration after weather and fire damage in 2017. Loader Monteith and their clients saw the accident as a...

Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has developed an inspired, cutting-edge plan to quite literally save the Hill House for the nation. The Trust plans to build a colossal yet sublime enclosure (designed by architects Carmody...

Simpson & Brown were appointed as architect for the radical transformation of this Category B-listed former department store to immersive whisky visitor experience and global brand home as the centerpiece of Diageo's £185M investment in...

Collective - the centre for contemporary art on Calton Hill have revived Observatory House set on their iconic site overlooking Edinburgh, as a unique destination for visitors. The 18th century historic building designed by James Craig and...

The Old Schoolhouse project demonstrates how a listed building can be creatively repurposed in a sustainable way on a limited budget (£340,000). The Category B listed building is a space that not only serves the needs of our clients,...

The subject property is the A-listed former City of Edinburgh Council offices at 329 High Street. It is directly linked to the City Chambers on the South side of the High Street, opposite St Giles’ High Kirk. 329 High Street is a later 20th...

Our recent project at Penicuik Town Hall involved the restoration and enhancement of the Category C Listed sandstone building, which was built in 1893. It is a prominent building within the heart of Penicuik, originally known as the Cowan...

Scapa Flow Museum had at its core the former Pumping Station, serving in wartime to draw fuel from tankers, store it, then send it out to naval vessels. It was made to be temporary and as a shield to amazing machines. Deservedly, it and the...

The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum (ASH Museum) is located in the King’s Old Building (KOB), a 15th C. edifice within Stirling Castle. The castle, which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and thus under the highest...

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