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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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5 Melville Crescent blends historical elegance with contemporary design and craftsmanship. Originally built in 1855, the grandeur and elegance of this impressive ‘A’ Listed building draws inspiration from Edinburgh’s Georgian...

Applecross is a forever family home in the Scottish Borders. The main aim behind the design was to take all the best elements of the clients’ former home, and add the elements that it missed, in addition to more. The form of the building...

Strathaven Airfield is the oldest continually used airstrip in Scotland. It is now a busy and active centre for micro-lighting and the owners commissioned Richard Murphy Architects to design a house for themselves to be situated parallel to the...

The existing dwelling is traditional in layout, with three bedrooms, a bathroom, family room, lounge and kitchen. The north facing rooms of the dwelling have large windows and light however the rear south facing rooms have small windows and...

Collegelands is Vastint Hospitality’s first student housing development in Europe. The use of part-modular, cross-laminated timber construction reduced typical construction time, improved build quality and enhanced the overall...

This project provides replacement amenity housing in Elgin on behalf of Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association comprising 21 new two bedroom apartments including three wheelchair accessible cottages. . At the heart of the development is a...

These three townhouses capture the essecnce of rural living whilst only 15 minutes from Edinburgh’s city centre. The concept behind the development was driven by the three-bay existing steel frame, timber clad and crinkly tin roof...

Lochside House is a highly successful creation by the team of architect-client-builder. The scale, material choices, use of the setting and integration into the landscape were all excellent. A sustainable building making good use of wood was a...

Working within Edinburgh’s Georgian New Town World Heritage Site on a Category A listed town house present’s its own challenges! We were tasked with creating a new cooking/eating space that forms a link between the basement storey...

Working with Campus Living Villages and the University of St Andrews, HLM were appointed in November 2016 to develop proposals for two gap-sites within St Andrews located adjacent to existing student halls of residence. The accommodation brief...

The clients first approached Hyve in 2015 to explore options for their Edwardian terraced house. It was already a lovely family home but it was fast becoming very tight for living space with a growing family of five children and a dog. They had...

Single storey garden room extension and internal alterations to stone built semi-detached villa. The client was seeking a cutting-edge piece of architecture incorporating large areas of frameless glazing, maximising the link to the garden and...

The brief was very simple and restricted in scope. The main requirement was to create a new open plan kitchen and family area on the ground floor to the rear of the existing property by removing an internal load bearing wall. The client also...

Planning consent was originally obtained by Stockwool for 80 residential units along with a mix of office and retail uses. It was subsequently agreed that this should be decreased to 68 larger apartments in response to the cultural requirements...

This coastal house is built in a prominent location, being very visible from approaching ferries and the pier. The site is within a wooded area, with a flat plateau at the top, sloping down to a steep rock face meeting the shore. The obvious...

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