T-AP launch rebranded practice with two new projects
August 13 2014
Pentland Avenue is a £1.4m five bedroom contemporary home set into the hillside overlooking the Water of Leith. Designed to mitigate visual impact on neighbouring properties the house incorporates a series of cut-backs, terraces and rooflights.
Explaining the rebrand to Urban Realm T-AP’s Neil Taylor, son of practice founder David Taylor, said: “When I joined from Wilkinson Eyre Architects three years ago we decided that we’d set up a new company that was focussed on architectural services and we called it APD Architecture.
“That name never stuck very well as far as I was concerned, it was just a bit clumsy and people consistently get it wrong. They get the D and the P the wrong way round.”
Amongst T-AP’s current projects are a new entrance building for castle MacLellan Foods, Kirkcudbright, and an aerial assault course above the existing atrium and roof of The Centre, Livingston. Both are due for completion in mid-October.
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