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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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Bath Street Collective Custom Build is a tenement block, procured direct by the families who live there without the involvement of a developer in order to save costs and provide bespoke homes. Designed to Passivhaus standards with a cross...

Situated within the busy village of Luss, the new development creates a sense of place and privacy via the new common courtyard, off of which each home is accessed. The courtyard is akin to traditional rural steadings, with front gardens open to...

The site is set within mature wooded grounds with views through the trees to the River Tay to the south and the Sidlaw hills to the north. Access is provided by a shared private driveway, which serves three other individually designed detached...

Perched just a few meters away from the edge of Kilconquhar Loch, Fife, this small timber cabin is located at the bottom of a private garden and provides a peaceful place to relax and do a bit of bird watching. Kilconquhar Loch is a Site of...

This project involved remodelling a house in the Edinburgh neighbourhood of Colinton. It has fabulous views south over Colinton Dell, towards the Pentland hills, and it is easy to believe you are in remote countryside when you look out of the...

The project includes the full redevelopment of a Victorian semi detached dwelling which has stood empty for 15 years. It included the redevelopment + upgrade to the main dwelling, ground floor extension + regeneration to create a "living...

Small residential extension to provide garden room / dining accommodation , linking an existing property to the garden over a difference in level and providing a framed, shielded view of the garden from the interior. Concealed roof lights also...

Garth Wood House is located on the boundary of forest and steep embankment, overlooking the confluence of the Rivers Lyon and Tay, in Highland Perthshire. The pavilion style house has been designed with the living quarters to the upper storey...

We were approached by clients in Gullane, East Lothian to design two extensions. One to the rear of the house with a new garden room / kitchen and one to the side to provide two additional bedrooms, a utility room and a shower room. Plus the...

The site slopes up from Innerleithen Road to the south to a mature tree belt (on the line of the former railway) to the north, with Peebles Hydro hotel sitting above the development to the rear. The site is within Peebles Conservation Area with a...

The Leith Fort Housing Regeneration project is located in Leith, to the north of Edinburgh City Centre. The site sits within the historic confines of what was once a military fort, bounded on four sides by a 4.5m high stone fort wall. The project...

The inventive, idiosyncratic buildings of Fredrick Thomas Pilkington have fascinated since I first started studying architecture more than 30 years ago. The opportunity to work on one was compelling. Synthesizing the 3 dimensional, arts and...

Formed as part of phase 3 to a wider residential led mixed use regeneration masterplan, this project delivered 40 No. units with a mixture of two, three and four bed terraced housing on the site known locally as ‘the botany”. Set...

Riverside House is a private dwelling located at the end  of a row of traditional cottages, along a small inver with views across the Sound of Mull, and over to Morvern. The house is separated from the existing cottages by a large mature...

Careful consideration of the building’s historical context was a key factor in determining the final configuration and massing of the project. The main five storey residential block of the building fronts onto Bernard Terrace with three...

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