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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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This new-build house has been squeezed into a narrow plot between an existing stone wall and a carpark, in a densely built up city centre lane. A house of the same volume and proportions had been designed by a different architect for a previous...

Benedict’s Gate develops the airspace above a prominent car park site on a historic gateway into Norwich city centre to provide 302 student rooms and associated communal spaces. The site completes the urban block and provides an ideal...

The transformed house in Cammo is a mid 1960s house which was very much unaltered when we first started working on it. A large house with rooms that did not really connect well internally or with the garden. The public spaces faced the street,...

This project was to convert a church hall, which had been a much loved nursery, into a compact accessible living space. As an existing church hall, the building already had a presence on the wide street, with its variety of scales of townhouses....

The house was in generally good condition and had an original, stone and slate roof extension at the rear. That extension contained a modest kitchen and scullery, storage and bathroom but the layout was convoluted and the floor levels varied from...

The brief was to create a home for a growing young family — recently returned to the UK after several years working abroad — who fell in love with the site and surrounding woodland on their very first visit. Our approach was to...

The population of Craigmillar fell with the decline of the economy during the 1960s and 1970s, social problems began to grow and the area became stigmatised. In response the Craigmillar Urban Design Framework was established. The 194 homes now...

The design sought to optimise the available space on what was an extremely constrained and technically demanding site by building 2 mews style dwellings over 3 storeys including a basement storey below Dublin Street Lane ground level. The...

Fraser Avenue, a mid-20th century housing estate in Fife, was no longer fit for purpose. Living in one of the most disadvantaged areas in Scotland, residents felt alienated and a lack of belonging. Fife Council engaged 7N to work with the local...

This small project provides a space at the rear of a house for the owners to pause and relax in their garden. The large glass walls provide a visual link to the greenery from the main hallway and leads to a small external seating area. The...

Set within a leafy secluded suburban area of Bearsden, our house was developed as a simple one to two storey four bedroom house within a former vacant plot. Previously a domestic tennis court, the confines of the site are strongly defined by a...

The design approach with regards to the building is to respect the immediate context, and historic fabric of Hume; whilst providing a contemporary living environment. Traditional materials and form is used as the basis for this modern vernacular...

DO-Architecture have just completed 49 new homes at the Northern edge of Govanhill for Lowther Homes as part of the Wheatley Group. The development provides 49 new homes for mid-market rent on the former brownfield site at the northern boundary...

MAST Architects worked in partnership with The JR Group and Link Group on this major regeneration project in East Kilbride. The completed development, known as Lawknowe Court, provides a total of 105 new homes for affordable rent, consisting of...

Loch Tummel House sits at the foot of Schiehallion gazing out along one of Scotland’s most iconic lochs. Our clients’ brief was for a generous, sustainable, modern, practical and joyful home that could cater for their needs in the...

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