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This category includes housing 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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The Wooden House lies in an area called "Gellan", to the south of the Water of Feugh near Banchory, Aberdeenshire. The existing site has 2 buildings on it. These buildings include a steading/house and a small bothy. The proposed new...

This new house in the Conservation Area of Findhorn in Moray saw the demolition of a dilapidated and unsympathetically altered cottage and construction of a new 3 bedroom house that seeks to echo the strong traditional forms and materials within...

Soller Real Estate’s Base Glasgow, the student housing development designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design, opened its doors in time for the new student term in 2019. Located on an entire street block bounded by Dunblane Street, Milton...

This house was designed and built 40 years ago by an architect for his own use. The house had considerable charm and a certain brick brutalist character but it was designed in such a particularly individual way it was difficult to use for a...

Surrounded by open fields, Bruadarach rests within the Dee valley where a variety of traditional and contemporary architectural styles are present. Careful consideration was given to the building form and its position on the site, the building is...

This early 1800s 'Cottage Ornee' had a very basic 1970s kitchen extension to the rear. Our client wanted to replace it with a new kitchen resembling the existing structure. So, we reused stone from the original building and created a 'regency'...

This conventional 1930s bungalow was extended and to the rear and the side to create a large family room kitchen and dining area, forming a sheltered terrace area and connecting the interior to the garden.  

Fiddes Architects were appointed to carry out restoration and extensions to the 19th century private dwelling Craigton House which had suffered neglect over the years and the addition of a poorly designed conservatory extension which compromised...

Carntyne church was a derelict, listed building on Shettleston Road. At the heart of the Shettleston community, it had been owned by Shettleston Housing Association for around 10 years whilst a number of projects were developed by the...

The application site formed part of the Edmonstone Estate, which constitutes the remnants of a once prosperous area where economic activity was focused around agriculture and mining. The estate sits to the north of the A7, Old Dalkeith Road, and...

Flitch House, a garden room extension in Trinity, Edinburgh, is an interpretation of the Listed house’s original Arts & Crafts ideals. Using a palette of light-coloured brick, Douglas fir, and oxidised copper, the project provides new...

The extension was carefully considered in order to appear contemporary whilst remaining subservient to the existing character of the B-Listed Georgian mansion set within a conservation village. Sliding glazed walls form the perimeter of the...

This design was contextually driven from the surrounding building forms and materials. The clipped eaves and traditional pitched roof profile, prevalent in the north east of Scotland, aid the house taking on a byre like form. The open plan...

In 2015, our clients Lisa and Martin Mulube appointed Fife Architects to design a bespoke family home for themselves and their three daughters with a very specific brief. They wanted their new home to be strongly influenced by the unique site of...

A tiny extension to a ground floor flat has massively changed the useability and spatial sequences of the flat. Combining the old kitchen and dining room into one open plan space with a little timber clad garden extension has given the family a...

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