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Sutherland Hussey pick up new commissions in Edinburgh, Bosnia and Ireland

January 10 2007

Sutherland Hussey pick up new commissions in Edinburgh, Bosnia and Ireland
Sutherland Hussey has recently been asked to work alongside Richard Murphy Architects and Comprehensive Design on the proposals for the redevelopment of the Haymarket site in Edinburgh for Tiger Developments. The appointment is one of several new commissions for the practice that has recently picked up new work in Bosnia and Ireland as well as extending its involvement in the residential market in Edinburgh. In the past two years, the practice has grown from four to 14 members of staff. Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop has revealed its latest plans for a purpose-built open access sculpture workshop in Granton that will be the first building of its kind in Britain. The building, designed by Sutherland Hussey, has an estimated 75% of its funding coming from the Scottish Arts Council National Lottery and the City of Edinburgh Council. A campaign has been launched to raise the remaining £1million match funding. The team hope to lodge a funding application in the spring, and Sutherland Hussey will be working intensely on the development of the project in the early part of next year.

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