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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 31-45 out of 47 displayed.
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This project is the latest phase of the Maryhill Locks masterplan, comprising of thirty-three 3 and 4 bed terraced houses faces toward the Kelvin Walkway, with the development completing the urban block of Whitelaw Street and Lochgilp Street....

The site is located in the peaceful conservation area of Newhaven, Edinburgh opposite a private park and overlooking the Firth of Forth from its elevated position. Two well established deciduous trees at the end of a cul-de-sac mark the entrance...

Pablo Fanque House is a new-build student residential accommodation building in Norwich city centre incorporating 244 student bedrooms plus associated social and amenity spaces. The site provided an opportunity to close an obvious void in the...

Holmes Miller’s initial involvement in Park Quadrant began in December 2014, when the development site was brought to the open market by Glasgow City Council via City Property. This was not the first time it had been the focus of potential...

Following detailed analysis the final “active corner” design was preferred as it both maintained a formal streetscape along with private garden/access. The concept to flip the living spaces with 2 bedrooms at ground floor accessed...

Collective Architecture, together with Loretto Housing Association and CCG Scotland Ltd, have recently completed Shawbridge Street in the Pollokshaws area of Glasgow. Shawbridge Street is a new social housing development, comprising of 42...

Originally an outbuilding used as a piggery, the building was converted into a two bedroom dwelling 15 years ago. Keen to achieve another bedroom with an extension and improve the layout of the house, Hyve were approached. The resulting design...

Soboro project is a two-bedroom house situated close to Victoria Park in east London. The main brief from the client was an element of flexibility, for a growing family and option of relatives or friends visiting and staying. The new house was...

The single-storey courtyard approach to these dwellings encourages adaptability and therefore long-life. Exposing the rafters helps emphasise the green roofs they support - a naturally expressed feature of the recyclable materials prevalent in...

Located on the busy high street of Springburn Way, this development has brought 40 new affordable homes to the local community in North Glasgow. The development occupies a formerly vacant site which had left a void on the high street,...

Springfield Place comprises three-high quality, bespoke, affordable rented family homes within the conservation area of this attractive village in the Scottish Borders. It is the first completed houses from the Passivhoos team, a joint venture...

The owners of this house have carried out various alterations over the years but had not fully exploited the elevated position of the ground floor or the views over the Campsie Hills from the living room. This relatively small project creates a...

The New Steading rises from the ruined walls of a stone farm building in a secluded Perthshire glen. The lightweight, timber structure is clad in rugged, wide format oak boards, cut from the clients’ own tree, that will silver down to...

Smith Scott Mullan Associates were commissioned to design this development of 43 houses and cottage flats on a greenfield site on the south west edge of Duns in the Scottish Borders. Delivered across 2 phases, the development provides a mix of...

The site is located on the former Viewfield hotel grounds in a residential area in Arbroath. The scheme is designed around the existing hotel building which will be stripped back to its original form by removing all the miscellaneous...

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