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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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Buildings 16-30 out of 47 displayed.
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This Grade B Listed property located within the Crookston area of Glasgow, was in need of modernisation, with the client looking to upgrade the ground floor living spaces and create a meaningful connection with the garden. The solution was to...

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...

The project is principally characterised by a new box extension with subtle internal refurbishment and alterations to an existing traditional 1930’s style detached bungalow situated in Glasgow’s Southside suburbs. For our Client, a...

We were appointed by 21st Century Homes to deliver a phase of 75 new homes for social and mid-market rent in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh. Each property was to accord with HfVN standards and to achieve Silver Standard as stipulated in SBSA....

The project comprises three family townhouses in a new mews on the site of a former church hall to the north-east of the Grade B listed St James Church in Portobello. From conception, the intension was that the mews design would both enhance and...

Sitting on the corner of Hill Street and Middleton Street since the 1930’s the former police station has come to be a local landmark in Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire. However, after shutting its doors to the public in 2013 it fell into...

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...

Located at the southern end of the Kyle of Tongue in Sutherland, Kyle House sits on an elevated site with uninterrupted views in all directions. It is a humble, peaceful, low-energy house, built to last for generations and perfect for two people...

A contemporary new build on an elevated site near Pitmedden. The site benefits from panoramic views from an elevated level however with the prime view at the North, the design solution needed to address how this could be captured whilst ensuring...

Our clients were seeking to better link the living spaces of their house with the garden beyond, the challenge was realised through the addition of an extension and internal remodelling. The extension is simple in form; an expressed roof plane...

Kearney Donald Partnership were employed by The Highland Council to redevelop the site of a former exhibition and retail premises on Fort William High Street. The new building is set back from the High Street pavement and separate from the...

This project sought to reinvigorate a derelict and tired outbuilding structure attached to the rear of an existing house in Kirknewton, by altering and extending it to form a new open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The original structure...

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