ARCHITECTURE SCOTLAND ANNUAL 2015
Scottish Design Awards
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The shock demise of Malcolm Fraser Architects was as sudden as it was unexpected and is particularly cruel for having come so soon after the most savage recession since the war and with the country now, according to some accounts in the middle of a boom. That is reflected in the practice’s own recent output, with a trio of designs featured in this annual. Led by Arcadia Nursery in Edinburgh which shows a playful approach to brief, they include new thinking on the delivery of social housing at West Pilton Street, also in Edinburgh and a dramatic theatre space delivered on the tightest of budgets at Speirs Lock, Glasgow. Taken together this swansong is a sad lament for what could have been but if we begin on a sad note then I hope that this book will demonstrate that there remains breadth as well as depth to our architecture scene. As in past years we seek to showcase as broad a range of work as possible to document what has been achieved around the country over the past twelve months; from new social housing in Laurieston from Page\Park and Elder & Cannon to an industrial expansion of a Kirkcudbright food processing factory by T-A-P.. Led by the relaible hands at Reiach & Hall, who celebrated their half century in style with a Stirling Prize nomination for Maggie’s Lanarkshire, this
year’s clutch of projects show how a small project can make a big impression. Elsewhere the usual suspects have had a storming year with JM Architects celebrating the opening of their new Glasgow studio with a half dozen submissions, including the Albus office building in Bridgeton and Kirroughtree visitor centre at Galloway Forest Park. Smaller practices also make their mark with Gauldie Wright & Partners demonstrating a healthy approach to mental health in Dundee and Arc Architects delivering a masterclass in how to bring our historic townscapes back to life with Dreel Halls, Anstruther. Indeed such is the volume of entries this year, that we simply did not have the room to print them all and I urge you to log onto urbanrealm. com/buildings to bring yourself up to speed with the full set. It is a diverse collection which will hopefully inspire future work. Cumulatively these projects demonstrate the extent of talent at play in Scotland but they also highlight the scale of lost potential represented by the passing of the team at Malcolm Fraser. It is imperative that others fill the silence now their music has stopped. John Glenday Editor, Urban Realm
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Bridgegate Public Realm Westhill Community Church Theatre Royal Tron Church Alpine House
14 Kirroughtree Visitor Centre 15 Cutty Sark Community Centre 16 Kelvingrove Bandstand & Amphitheatre 17 David Marshall Lodge 18 City of Edinburgh Methodist Church
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Bridgegate Public Realm Public Irvine Austin-Smith:Lord’s competition-winning design has completely rejuvenated the historic heart of this former New Town, with natural stone public realm, artworks and streetscape improvements being part of a wider £10m regeneration programme by Irvine Bay Regeneration Company and North Ayrshire Council. The project features the 9m high Trinity Mirror sculpture that reflects the stunning neo-Gothic Trinity Church and reveals inscriptions on an anamorphic projection around its base. This artwork, coupled with a timeline, reveal aspects of the town’s long, interesting history and its identity, which were developed in discussion with the townsfolk. Austin-Smith:Lord worked closely with artists WAVE and lighting specialists dpa to incorporate public art and feature lighting.
ARCHITECT AUSTIN SMITH LORD I CLIENT IRVINE BAY REGENERATION COMPANY I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER O'CONNOR SUTTON CRONIN I CONTRACTOR LAND ENGINEERING I QUANTITY SURVEYOR NEILSON PARTNERSHIP I ARTIST: WAVEPARTICLE I PHOTOGRAPHY MCATEER PHOTOGRAPH
Archite ct McLean Architects i Str uctur al Engineer Cameron & Ross i C ONTR ACT OR Kier Construction i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR McCue & Porter i phot ogr aphy nigel rigden
Westhill Community Church Public Aberdeenshire This project involved the construction of a church consisting of a 370-seat sanctuary, six meeting rooms of varying sizes including a dedicated youth room, offices, crĂ¨che and community cafĂŠ as well as various offices and classrooms associated with the life of a busy community church on a green field site in the Westhill area of Aberdeenshire. Functional and contemporary in appearance the building is designed around a feature sanctuary with glulam structure expressed internally to encourage use by the wider community. A single storey foyer terminates with a public cafe and external patio offering view across the low land and adjacent SUDS pond. Small room accommodation comprising meeting rooms, offices and a creche are grouped in a two storey linear building positioned parallel to the sanctuary. External materials comprising silicon render, zinc, hybrid curtain walling and facing brick offer a high quality, low maintenance finish. High levels of insulation minimise heat loss through the building envelope. Large windows and discreetly positioned roof lights flood the building with natural light. The use of natural ventilation has been maximised and a biomass boiler system offers an environmentally sound heating solution. The building achieved an A Energy Performance Rating.
ARCHITECT PAGE\PARK I CLIENT SCOTTISH OPERA I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ARUP I CONTRACTOR SIR ROBERT MCALPINE I QUANTITY SURVEYOR CAPITA I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
Theatre Royal Public Glasgow The foyer extension for Scottish Opera at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal focused on the audience’s journey from ‘street to seat’ – on improved approach, entrance, intuitive internal wayfinding and the provision of enhanced audience facilities. Provision of lifts to provide full access to all upper theatre balconies and compliance with accessibility legislation was an important driver behind the project, but also the lient’s desire to literally ‘open up’ the theatre and opera as an art form by the provision of open and welcoming foyers to attract a wider audience. A dramatic extension addressing the street corner of Hope Street and Cowcaddens Road, allows the Theatre to celebrate the corner in a fashion prevalent through Victorian Glasgow. The form of the extension is derived from the splendid category A listed auditorium. To provide a column free interior the edge structural articulation of the various plan levels plays various roles, cantilevering in one direction towards the free standing middle of the plan, sheltering the ground level approach and finally shaping the roof line expression. Requiring significant depth to carry out these roles, the lateral length of the structural columns is exploited to frame a perimeter of bays around the foyer, enclosed by an ‘in and out’ metal cladding and glazing.
Tron Church Public Glasgow The aim of the development was to extend the existing Tron Church operating at 25 Bath Street into the adjoining derelict premises. The buildings (which are not listed) date back to around 1820 when they were built as residential houses, then around 1894 they were extended to the rear of the site to form 'The Central Halls' (a Masonic Hall). These existing buildings had eight different floor levels with no passenger lift, nor level street access from Bath Street. The main objectives were to provide increased usable floor area and facilities for the church as well as provision of an accessible entrance from Bath Street and improved accessibility internally (provision of a lift). The scheme also allowed increased/ improved toilet provision revamped thermal performance and provision of a visible, coherent building frontage giving the church street presence and tidying up the ad hoc existing elevation. To address accessibility issues a new set of entrance doors at Bath Street pavement level, including a dedicated entrance and defined internal areas for Cornhill Scotland (the teaching college run from the church), were built and an internal wheelchair lift links the street entrance to the main ground floor level, thereafter access to the mainaccommodation areas is to be provided by a new passenger lift located in the existing lightwell. Also included are new toilets, a baby changing room as well as new multi purpose rooms, a cafe, common room, offices and college library/ teaching facilities.
Ar chi tect Wilson + Gunn i Str uctur al Engineer Woolgar Hunter i CON TR ACTOR Redpath Construction i QUAN TITY SUR VEYOR Gleeds
Alpine House Public Edinburgh This is the first new glasshouse to be built in the Botanic Garden for over thirty years and the only one in Britain dedicated to growing alpine plants in a tufa rockscape. The naturalistic display complements the traditional sand-bed displays in the adjacent glasshouses. The key design drivers were to respond to the exacting living conditions of these plants and to provide an iconic structure which would act as a landmark in its own right. Alpine plants naturally grow in cold, windy and dry conditions with an abundance of daylight. The glass umbrella modifies the microclimate by providing shelter from excessive rain and increasing wind speed at ground level while transmitting maximum light. Its shape evokes flowers opening to the sun and the angular mountain tops so prevalent in alpine settings. The plants are grown in tufa, a type of porous rock. It projects beyond the edges of the glass roof to provide new planting beds and appears to form a base to the new structure, which akes the form of a 7m tall rhomboid of glass, Tufa and stainless steel that offers both an optimal climatic environment and structural drama. The structural elements were prefabricated in Belgium and brought to site for erection and glazing and the landscape was carried out by the garden's own horticultural team. This small but striking project provides the Garden with a dramatic 21st Century addition.
ARCHITECT SMITH SCOTT MULLAN I CLIENT ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR JOHN MONTEITH I QUANTITY SURVEYOR SWEETT GROUP
ARCHITECT JM ARCHITECTS I CLIENT FORRESTRY COMMISSION SCOTLAND I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FAIRHURST I CONTRACTOR ROBERTSON CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR RED SKYE CONSULTING I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
Kirroughtree Visitor Centre Public Galloway Forest Park A flagship visitor Centre at Galloway Forest Park for the Forestry Commission Scotland forming part of a roll out programme of five centres around Scotland offering improved facilities for visitors Three modulated roof forms with top light cover the main public space; their internal form is revealed giving a sense of enclosure to the spaces below. These forms are part of the ventilation strategy and have â€˜black outâ€™ blinds to conform with dark skies standards. The building form has been designed so as to have an appropriate relationship with the Forest setting. Although the topography is challenging all paths within the immediate vicinity of the Centre have been designed to the appropriate standards enabling universal access. The Kirroughtree Project entailed the construction of a new visitor centre and bike / outdoor shop, the demolition of redundant buildings and the refurbishment of the old visitor centre to provide improved classroom facilities. As an outcome, the new visitor facility gives better connection to the trails for bikes and walkers and creates a sustainable facility allowing visitors to enjoy the benefits of the forest and dark skies.
ARCHITECT COLLECTIVE ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT BELLSMYRE DEVELOPMENT TRUST I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR CLARK CONTRACTS LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR ARMOUR CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANTS
Cutty Sark Community Centre Public Bellsmyre The Cutty Sark community facility in Bellsmyre, West Dunbartonshire is located on the site of the former Howatshaws Community Hall. The brief required a design that would provide a flexible multi purpose hall space for use by community groups alongside permanent office accommodation for the newly formed Bellsmyre Development Trust. Collective Architecture have designed the new centre as two distinct volumes, which house the hall and office space. A single storey timber band ties the two volumes together and forms the entrance foyer. A clear public frontage has been created along the south facing street elevation by carefully arranging the off street parking, seating, bicycle stands and soft landscaping A private garden area has been created to the back of the building which can serve as a spill out area for the main hall or play spaces, whilst a large open space to the north of the site will be developed to provide complimentary space to the new community building. Landsaping works have been delivered through an associated environmental fund.
Archite ct Page\Park i Str uctur al Engineer SKM i C ONTR ACT OR CCG i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR NBM Construction Cost Consultants i ph ot ogr aph y andrew lee
Kelvingrove Bandstand & Amphitheatre Public Glasgow Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre is a unique outdoor performance venue within Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow. The Category B listed venue opened in 1924 and by the mid 1990's the venue had become disused. Page \ Park were appointed by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust to refurbish the bandstand and amphitheatre for the Commonwealth Games, improving access and safety, to ensure a sustainable future through the conservation of existing fabric and original features of the building together with a number of sensitive interventions to improve safety and accessibility. These include installation of a new platform lift together with a new cross aisle and gangways on the amphitheatre together with ramped access. Managed by Glasgow Life the ÂŁ2.1m venue plays host to a number of community and commercial events designed to enhance the cultural and civic life of the city.
David Marshall Lodge Public Aberfoyle The B listed Lodge is part of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and is the flagship centre for activities in the Loch Achray and Loch Ard Forests. The project involved the refurbishment and re-modelling of the existing building and external areas and the removal of existing internal walls and finishes and a full refurbishment to a revised layout. Alterations to the existing entrances were carried out together with the provision of DDA compliant access around the building. The new cafe area now has splendid views looking over Loch Achray Forest. Natural play areas have been installed along the route of the Waterfall Trail and at Lumber Jill a new ingenious use of trees has been used to create a maze for children to play on, giving this listed building a new lease of life.
ARCHITECT JM ARCHITECTS I CLIENT FORESTRY COMMISSION SCOTLAND I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FAIRHURST I CONTRACTOR ROBERTSON CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR RED SKYE CONSULTING I PHOTOGRAPHY GILLIAN HAYES
Ar chit ect Page\Park i Str uctur al Engin eer WRD i CONTR ACT OR Robertson Central i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Thomson Bethune i phot ogr aph y andrew lee
City of Edinburgh Methodist Church Public Edinburgh The Methodist Chapel on Nicolson Square, designed by the then city architect Thomas Brown, was chosen in 2009 as the preferred choice for retention of four Methodist churches in Edinburgh. In this £2.2m refurbishment and extension project, the previously detached church and adjacent halls are linked as a single amenity by a glazed lift and small conservatory negotiating the different levels of the buildings. The café is relocated to the ground floor of the hall, which benefits from level access and creates an accessible entrance sequence, below the upper level hall. The project is essentially conceived as a series of interventions within different historic settings inside the building. The material palette is high quality, simple and limited – limed oak, slate, terrazzo, zinc, limestone and glass. The materials adapt in tone and quantity to respond to their differing situations, but are linked together in a common language of ‘frame and panel’.
Private Residence Murphy House West Burn Lane Denfield Steading Larrys Cottage The White Cube Birgham phase one Duke Street/High Street Ravelston Dykes East Auchnabo Burns Wynd Rathen View Borders Mill Conversion Dumbarton Road Cornhill Terrace St Andrews Crescent & Meadow Road Oxgangs Road Laurieston Phase 1A Ocean Drive Mid Rock Mill Ring Conversion Gortan-Eorna Steading Black Rock Westwood Villa Woodilee Housing Development 72 St Leonardâ€™s Street Laurieston, Phase 1A Holyrood South Post Graduate Accommodation 51 Quayside Marina Apartments 52 West Pilton Crescent 53 The Mill 54 Bellevue Colonies
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ARCHITECT PURCELL I CLIENT MIKE AND LOUISE FORSTER I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ELLIOTT & COMPANY I CONTRACTOR CORNHILL BUILDING SERVICES I QUANTITY SURVEYOR THOMSON GRAY ASSOCIATES I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
Private Residence Residential Edinburgh A professional couple purchased the site with the dream of building a bespoke new family home for relaxing and entertaining. We worked closely with the clients from the very start, gaining an understanding of their needs as a family and their aspirations for the house in order to unlock the design. Briefed to build a 'modern but timeless' piece of architecture, we worked collaboratively with the clients on site formulating ideas to create the right balance of contemporary within a suburban street. They wanted to retain as much of the existing mature landscaping as possible as the site was previously part of a large garden to a 1950s bungalow. Decisions were made based on emotional mapping, where we guided the clients through an imagined journey of their home. This informed the design which was honed to work with physical constraints of the site, resulting in a spacious, contemporary family home that reflects the clients' aspirations. Designed to create a light and airy feel the property is heated with an air source heat pump and rooftop photovoltaics.
ARCHITECT RICHARD MURPHY ARCHITECTS I CLIENT RICHARD MURPHY I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CREATE ENGINEERING I CONTRACTOR INSCAPE JOINERY
Murphy House Residential Edinburgh This is a house designed for Richard Murphy himself. It occupies approximately half of an existing garden in the open space between the back of houses on Forth Street and the gable end of houses on Hart St in the New Town of Edinburgh. Acting as a 'bookend' to this gable, hiding as much of it as possible, the homes elevational treatment continues the pattern set up by the Hart Street houses of an indented ashlar base, string courses and a significant cornice which is now terminated by becoming the roof edge of a dramatic sloping roof. This roof made mostly of glass with inset photovoltaic cells is designed both to ensure daylight to the adjacent basement flat on Forth Street and also to act as a major collector of solar energy. Inside the roof are a number of insulated shutters which are capable of closing when the roof is in net heat loss mode and opening when there is a net heat gain.
West Burn Lane Residential St Andrews, Fife West Burn Lane is located in a conservation area in the historic centre of St Andrews and consists of six, four bed houses and eight, two & three bed apartments. The buildings are organised as discrete volumes which address a series of public and private urban courtyards. They mediate between the tight-knit medieval urban grain and the scale of the surrounding university buildings and church hall, increasing in scale towards the south. Taking cues from the historic rigg pattern of St Andrews, the buildings are tiered as they move down the lane; clear pends are maintained between which give sight to the sky and vegetation beyond and pick up the rhythm of doorways and thresholds in the historic stone walls of the Riggs. By alternating between two main house types within the narrow confines of the lane, the broad-fronted but narrow-depth and the narrow-fronted but deep plan, we were able to provide secluded private garden spaces that have aspect to the south-east. At the southern end of the site where the lane opens up there is a larger scale building in keeping with the grander and more spacious context, where the apartments take advantage of the panoramic views to the south. Located between these elements are two maisonette blocks. These are set back to create a new piece of public realm around a mature tree, a courtyard offering amenity space and off-street parking.
ARCHITECT SUTHERLAND HUSSEY HARRIS I CLIENT EASTACRE INVESTMENTS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MORGAN ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR OGILVIE CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR HARDIES I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
Denfield Steading Residential Arbroath This four bedroom family home is designed to replicate a traditional linear steading. The ground floor has a large entrance porch leading into a large open plan dining/kitchen area, with full height sliding folding glazed doors leading to a covered seating area outside. Further inside the house is a family room, also with folding doors to access the courtyard outside. Off the family room is two downstairs bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom (Jack and Jill style). The upper floor contains two further bedrooms, a bathroom, upper floor lounge with a small private south facing balcony (restricted to align with the roof line above), and a small study area. The upper floor has voids cut into the floor, above the dining area and family room, to visually connect the two levels and create an increased sense height and space from the ground floor. A tall thin window to the dining area runs from ground floor to the roof eaves, also helping to connect both levels.
ARCHITECT THE VOIGT PARTNERSHIP LIMITED I CLIENT MR GORDON SPINK I ENGINEER MCKINNEY NICOLSON LTD
Larrys Cottage Residential Aberdeenshire Construction of a sustainable contemporary family home in Rothiemay is now completed. The scheme included the restoration and extension of a traditional lime and stone cottage situated in beautiful countryside and sheltered by mature trees. The redundant croft building sits within a sloping site and the extension sits sympathetically within the landscape, sitting harmoniously alongside its more established neighbour and setting. Natural materials including Scottish Larch cladding, natural stone and render are used throughout the design and heating is provided by a ground source heat pump. The design aims to retain the character of the cottage while creating new accommodation in the rural tradition. The proposal saves this idyllic building which has been restored with lime render and lime wash. An arrangement of buildings has been created around a sheltered courtyard form; the extension has been positioned to the south of the existing cottage and a glazed link helps to clearly distinguish between old and new whilst retaining the character of the existing cottage alongside. The design retains the character of the existing cottage while creating new accommodation in the rural tradition under the shelter of mature trees within the landscape setting.
ARCHITECT ANNIE KENYON ARCHITECTS I CLIENT PRIVATE
ARCHITECT AILTEIR-STUDIO I CLIENT SUSAN MACMAHON I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GRAHAM BLACK I CONTRACTOR SCOTT HANSEN LTD CO
The White Cube Residential Bearsden The 'White Cube' home extension in Bearsden involved demoltion of an existing conservatory and utility space and replaces these with a modern open plan living dining space. The client wanted an uncompromising modernist design which complemented the existing period home. The side boundary wall becomes the parapet wall which returns to become a flanking side wall. Large sliding folding doors open onto a newly landscaped patio with undercroft to the wide roof soffit. A large kitchen and dining area allow the family to live in a modern way which compliments the traditional spaces of the existing Victorian house. The corner glazed wall maximises views and light from the garden, allowing outside space to flow into and around the family room. Roof lights above also allow enjoyment of the sky even onthe most cloudy of Scottish days. The scheme was delivered as a traditional build with one main contractor and specialist glazing from Katzbeck. The glass is high performance triple glazed specification achieving a 0.6 U value. The roof is a single ply membrane with roof lights from Vision Ltd. The kitchen meanwhile is from Porcelanosa and has a work top and sink all in one piece with built in hob. Underfloor heating throughout keeps a constant temperature and reduced energy bills.
Birgham phase one Residential Coldstream The properties are located on the eastern edge of the village and comprise of two single storey steading conversions and three detached two storey houses. The site is steeped in history with the farm steading dating back to at least 1750 and forms part of the grounds of a 12th century chapel. The houses have been designed around a central courtyard, yet each one offers a high level of privacy and individuality and take advantage of exceptional views to the River Tweed and the Cheviot Hills. An eco minimalist approach has been adopted with extensive Southerly glazing to maximise solar gain, mass concrete floors, high levels of insulation and solar panels for hot water heating. Proposals for phases two and three are now on the drawing board and may include the rebuilding of the former county mansion on the site of Ayton Hall. Phase two will be built to 'Designing Streets' principles which maximise denisty and provide opportunities for place making.
ARCHITECT AITKEN TURNBULL ARCHITECTS I CLIENT DOUGLAS & ANGUS ESTATES I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SCOTT BENNETT ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR F. SWORDS BUILDERS
Duke Street/ High Street Residential Glasgow There are 46 new two or three bedroom flats, built in two blocks and one commercial unit. in this new build development located on a brownfield site that stretches up over a steep slope from the thoroughfare of Duke Street to the ancient High Street. This presented a major architectural and building challenge particularly for an organisation determined to build accessible and affordable homes. A strategy was adopted to build only on the street frontages, with a pend created on the High Street to provide level access to the building. The central area between the two buildings was retained as a landscaped green space for residents and this private garden in the centre of the development now provides an oasis of security and privacy. The site lies in the shadow of Glasgow Cathedral and the cityâ€™s planners insisted that every detail should be sensitive to the character and heritage of the area. The apartments have been developed to balance the benefits of a city-centre location with very high standards of amenity for tenants. The flats are spacious, bright and well-appointed, and all have direct access to a private outdoor green space which links the development to the popular Drygate estate. The flats on High Street enjoy an open outlook to the south and views of the historic Cathedral precincts to the north. The Duke Street block has generous windows to living areas and access via a pedestrian bridge to the green space to the rear.
ARCHITECT ANDERSON BELL CHRISTIE I CLIENT GHA I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SCOTT BENNETT ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR CRUDEN BUILDING AND RENEWALS I QUANTITY SURVEYOR NBM CONSTRUCTION COST CONSULTANTS I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
Ravelston Dykes Residential Edinburgh The existing house was built in the 1920s on the north side of Ravelston Dykes and is a two storey detached house laid out under a large pitched slated roof. Significant modernisation and alterations to the existing house created a new rear garden level living space and re-configured ground and first floors to provide more open plan living, dining and kitchen areas and to allow as much daylight as possible to penetrate the buildings north (rear) elevation. The key move was to remove an existing conservatory and relocate the stairs to create a single large living space at entrance level, opening up the rear facade with large glazed sliding and folding panels and a connecting stair directly down to garden level. The creation of a sunken terrace and garden room allow for direct contact with the garden while at the same time allowing direct late afternoon sunlight to penetrate the north facade. The main stair is relocated to the side of the house and takes up the space which was utility and shower room on the ground floor and the main bathroom on the first floor.
ARCHITECT RICHARD MURPHY ARCHITECTS I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CREATE ENGINEERING I CONTRACTOR HUTTON & READ I QUANTITY SURVEYOR MORHAM & BROTCHIE
ARCHITECT ANNIE KENYON ARCHITECTS LTD I CLIENT PRIVATE
East Auchnabo Residential Slains, Aberdeenshire The design is based on the idea of â€˜placingâ€™ a new house inside the existing historic bothy. This idea preserves the history of the place, keeping the bothy visible from the road and at the forefront of the proposal whilst creating a new, contemporary house on the site. Not only is the idea of inserting the new build element of the project an aesthetic design feature, it also allows for the new house to be fit for contemporary living. The house is made up of traditional rural forms, comprising a series of inter-linked pitched roofs. The perpendicular wing - which houses the main living areas of the house features large areas of glazing to make the most of solar gain and natural sunlight, as well as capitalise on the fantastic views. Materials have also been selected to make obvious which parts of the house are new, so as not to detract from the historic bothy. The new house creates a vibrant and sustainable family home that is contemporary in spirit yet rooted in tradition.
ARCHITECT AUSTIN-SMITH:LORD I CLIENT JIM WHISTON I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SCOTT BENNETT ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR ASHLEIGH (SCOTLAND) LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR POOLE DICK ASSOCIATES
Burns Wynd Residential Maybole, Ayrshire The 13 properties at Burns Wynd, Maybole, are staggered to reflect their hillside topography opening out views toward the Southern Uplands. They consist of nine two-bedroom and four three-bedroom homes, each designed to meet a range of needs through features such as downstairs bathrooms. A steep slope makes road access into the site difficult, therefore it was decided to utilise the road frontage with narrow deep plan houses leaving the remote south corner of the site for landscaping. The change in level across the site is such that each house will step up the slope by 600mm. The majority of houses are two bedroom and have been designed with hall, kitchen, bathroom and lounge in a deep plan pitched roof wing, linked to the adjacent house with a shallow pitched roof bedroom wing. This expresses the houses as linked individual properties and the shallow pitch link accommodates the changes in floor level. The larger three bedroom houses are used to stop end the terrace. The variation in depth between the living room Kitchen wing and the bedroom wing provides a south facing sheltered rear garden sitting area and at the front an entrance court.
ARCHITECT BAXTER DESIGN I CLIENT ROBERT IRVINE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER RAMSAY & CHALMERS I CONTRACTOR KEN BARBOUR BUILDING & JOINERY I PHOTOGRAPHY JENNIE WORKMAN MILNE
Rathen View Residential Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire Landscaping and setting seems to set architecture apart, yet it is usually the last piece of the puzzle. This project is somewhat unusual. The clients had been working on the landscaping and setting of this house long before the house design had even made it to the drawing board. They have formed what is now a mature backdrop of trees that frame the house more than 20 years ago. For many, many years the landscape was maintained tirelessly, ready for the 'dream house'. The tunnel formed by trees that lead to the site heighten the expectation, creating a sense of magic and mystery that is to come and then you see it! The house stands proud and tells you that it is boldly here. The house is inviting and the timber linings give it real warmth and connection to the landscape. The house design is unashamedly different from the local architecture and that is what fills the clientĂs hearts with immense pride and satisfaction in what they have commissioned a home like no other.
ARCHITECT BERGMARK ARCHITECTS I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MCGREGOR MCMAHON I CONTRACTOR BRAIDWOOD BUILDING CONTRACTORS I PHOTOGRAPHY JENS BERGMARK
Borders Mill Conversion Residential Scottish Borders A derelict and partially ruined watermill in the Scottish Borders has been carefully restored and rebuilt by Bergmark Architects to form a studio and family space ancillary to an existing cottage. The masonry base of the mill contains a workshop and storage spaces and a lightweight timber frame has been erected on top of the masonry containing the main living areas. The facades have been clad with burnt larch which provides a durable and low maintenance finish, the roof is slate covered and the mill masonry has been repaired and restored using traditional lime mortar.
ARCHITECT CARSON & PARTNERS I CLIENT ALUMNO DEVELOPMENTS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ODIN CONSULTING I QUANTITY SURVEYOR SUMMERS INMAN I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
Dumbarton Road Residential Glasgow Carson & Partners have completed new student housing for Alumno Developments, working with Kier Construction on the corner of Mansfield Park in Dumbarton Road, Glasgow. The £8m building is C&P’s first purpose-built student housing development in Scotland and provides 174 new rooms for Glasgow’s expanding student community. While student housing is a building type which often tends toward the mediocre, the minimal and the mundane, Dumbarton Road demonstrates that given the right design team, contractor, investment and ambition, high quality architecture can still result. Throughout its composition, the building represents a carefully designed but unashamedly contemporary response to context. The ground floor frontage, so often disappointing in new development, extends the adjacent traditional shop fronts with appropriate scale. Over the principal floor levels, carefully selected natural stone is graced with generously proportioned openings, elegantly positioned and crisply detailed in anodised aluminium. Above the natural datum set by the eaves of the dominant Victorian tenement form, an animated roofscape is allowed to develop, responding to the wider urban landscape and outlook.
ARCHITECT CHAMBERS MCMILLAN ARCHITECTS I CLIENT GALE MACLEOD I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GORDON EADIE CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER I CONTRACTOR MADDISON GARRAD I PHOTOGRAPHY DAVID BARBOUR
Cornhill Terrace Residential Edinburgh The conversion of a double upper in Leith improves connections and circulation and creates more varied spaces for each family member by removing surplus walls and connecting spaces. The house was a traditional double upper, with a small entrance hall on the first floor and lots of doors, but no visual connection into or between spaces. By opening this space up, and making the living / kitchen into one open plan space, with a walnut pod at its centre, we made the spaces more useable but also with more articulation for the familyâ€™s growing children. The initial brief included storage for eight different guitars and amps, and an upstairs bathroom. The new dormer and raised ceilings makes the upper floor more spacious. The long wall running along the back of the living room and kitchen turned out to be a lovely old stone wall, and we chose the colours with the clients and a box of pantone postcards in the last month of the build, in each of the spaces.
ARCHITECT COLLECTIVE ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT HOME GROUP I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BILLINGHURST GEORGE & PARTNERS I CONTRACTOR ESH GROUP
St Andrews Crescent & Meadow Road Residential Whitehaven Introducing 27 two bedroom bungalows to Mirehouse, an area predominately established by two storey family homes, a strategy of long terraced blocks with clean lines and strong angled forms provide new homes specifically designed for elderly residents. The refined terrace form provides a fresh addition to the local vernacular, creating private open space within front and rear gardens, whilst also providing shared courtyards to the rear. Colour and material also play a warm and involved part of the new homes. A rust red brick with matching aluminium guttering and roof tile create a strong elegant form to the terrace. Steep changes in building height are expressed with a subtle elongation to the corner elevation, which helps to maintain a constant datum to the roof edge. Main entrance doors are recessed to provide security and cover, these have been picked out in three warm tones to provide an element of distinct character and ownership.
Oxgangs Road Residential Edinburgh We were approached by the clients of this detached bungalow in the South of Edinburgh to extend and extensively redesign the ground floor and existing attic. Our proposals saw the kitchen and dining room knocked together and extended to form a new large open plan kitchen/dining/living room as well as a shower and utility room. The clients also wanted direct access to the garden but due to the large level change we needed to integrate a set of external steps and balustrade into the design. The extension sees a lightweight timber and glass structure cantilevering over the top of a solid brick base, which also forms the stepped access down. The roof also cantilevers to allow a frameless glass corner that is framed by Western Red Cedar cladding further adding to the lightness of the extension. The entire house was also completely re-harled to complement the new works.
ARCHITECT CRAIG AMY I CLIENT PHIL AND LAURA HOOKER I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SDC LTD I CONTRACTOR PJM JOINERY AND BUILDING LTD I PHOTOGRAPHY DAVID MORRIS PHOTOGRAPHY
ARCHITECT ELDER & CANNON AND PAGE\PARK I CLIENT NEW GORBALS HOUSING ASSOCIATION I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER WATERMANS I CONTRACTOR MCTAGGART CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR NBM I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
Laurieston Phase 1A Residential Glasgow This development of 200 affordable homes forms the first phase of regeneration for the Laurieston area of Glasgow. Working alongside Page/Park (pg 31), Elder and Cannon were asked to design 80 units, including the prominent southernmost flatted block and two housing terraces. The challenge was to create a sustainable development which rationalised the eccentricities of the southern edge - responding to the railway line, the busy environment of Cumberland Street, the edge condition to the new park - and create an object building of an appropriate stature to form a gateway partnership with a future building on the southwest corner of the masterplan. The architectural intention of the block lies in a contemporary interpretation of the traditional four storey Glasgow tenement where identity is derived from control of detail, scale, proportion and materiality. Its success is reliant upon the continued inclusion of the primary architectural elements, well proportioned windows, balconies, porches and appropriate quality to the primary materials of buildings and landscape with priority given to rigour, scale and proportion as devices to control and order the elevations.
Ocean Drive Residential Leith Surrounded by a working dock, casino, a derelict site and a roadway designated for the future route of a tramline, the initial design challenge was to develop a scheme that created quiet, insular areas whilst at the same time having a permeability to provide accessible links to the listed dock edge. A central mews lane was therefore created, forming an intimate home zone into which project private terraces, affording the new dwellings intimate external spaces. The lane is flanked on both sides by simple building forms, with pitched roof, three storey townhouses echoing the height and massing of the former industrial buildings. The legibility of the design is simple, with the two main spines of development creating a robust urban form, with frontage on to the street and the dock, whilst shielding the central area. Although the form of the townhouses has been deliberately kept simple to replicate the previous dockside buildings, a more contemporary approach has been taken to the fenestration, with generous window openings positioned within large panels of brickwork. The exposed steel frames and glass balustrading of the terraces further enhance the moden look. The project provided an alternative form of housing in an area saturated with flats.
ARCHITECT EMA ARCHITECTS I CLIENT CALA HOMES I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CH2M I PHOTOGRAPHY CHRIS HUMPHREYS
Mid Rock Residential Elie, Fife We were the architects for this new house, which replaces an existing bungalow above a golden sandy beach on the Fife coast. The building is designed to make the most of the views towards the coastal lighthouse and across the Firth of Forth with an open plan living space linking the two storey main house to the smaller bothy accommodation at its side. Replacing an existing 1970s bungalow on the site the property incorporates a variety of eco features to lower its energy usage; including devotion of the entire south facing sloping roof to an array ofphotovoltaic panels, making the very most of the Scottish sun. A sedum roof has also been incorporated much to the delight of local sparrows with extensive glazing throughout ensuring that the house is quick to warm up, even in the depths of winter. Fortunately two wood burning stoves are also on offer to pump out much needed heat during chillier and overcast days. Scaled to the existing vernacular, this is contemporary beach-side architecture utilising a limited materials palette in simple forms to dramatic effect.
ARCHITECT WT ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR ALEXANDER OASTLER I QUANTITY SURVEYOR MCLEOD & AITKEN I PHOTOGRAPHY DAVID BARBOUR
Mill Ring Conversion Residential East Neuk This historic steading has been rebuilt to provide a spacious home that could at a later date be split into three separate dwellings. The horse mill became the main living room, with adjacent barns providing a ground floor bedroom and bathroom, self-contained carerâ€™s accommodation, dining room, kitchen, boot room and utillity. Upstairs are two bedrooms, a bathroom, sitting room and mezzanine study A frameless glass corridor connects the ground floor bedrooms with the main living space, kitchen, dining room and reception hall. There were many complex design issues to resolve, like how to insulate the roof while leaving its unique and characterful umbrella structure intact and visible from the inside. The solution, adding a second skin on top of the existing roof, meant increasing the height of adjoining walls. New eaves and timber lintels were also designed so that the new roof looked as if it had always been there. The entire mill structure needed reinforcing with a giant steel ring, this was installed a section at a time and involved carefully lifting the entire roof.
ARCHITECT FIFE ARCHITECTS I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ERIC RAVENSCROFTT I CONTRACTOR DONALDSON & SON
ARCHITECT JEFCOATE ANDERSON I CLIENT JANE JOHNSON I CONTRACTOR RIVERSIDE BUILDERS
Gortan-Eorna Steading Residential Ballachulish 'Re-conversion' of a really poorly converted steading building with extensions to provide improved circulation, additional bedroom/ living accommodation and to make the most of the incredible views previously unavailable from the small window openings in the property. Utilising red stained Scottish Larch cladding to contrast against the black agricultural steel cladding the new lounge extension to the L-shaped home makes use of a glazed roof to maximise daylight from the Highland sun. This extension is attached directly onto the south side of the existing building with an accompanying boat shed retained, although a stable block has been removed to improve layout. Located at the end of a track on the outskirts of the Highland village of Ballachulish, the new home occupies a prime slot within the Ben Nevis and Glencoe National Scenic Area.
Black Rock Residential Johnshaven, Aberdeenshire Black Rockâ€™, is a bespoke, one-bedroom home with a gross ground floor area of 44m2 and first floor area of 29m2. The site is located on the shores of the North Sea, within the traditional fishing village of Johnshaven. Situated within a conservation area, the compact site once housed the remains of an old stone bothy. The traditional form echoes the Scottish vernacular, merged with the contemporary look that clean lines and simple detailing bring. The entrance is stepped back from the front of the site in order to align itself with neighbouring buildings. The glazed gable optimises sunlight and frames the spectacular views along the shoreline and to the sea. Inside, a double-height, open-plan living area. On the first floor is a mezzanine bedroom, which is open to the living space below. A services core to north, houses the bathroom, stairs and utility room. This allows space for a linear open plan kitchen/living/dining to run almost the entire length of the footprint. The reclaimed sandstone rubble walls with lime pointing to the ground floor is a nod to the ruins of the house previously on the site. White render to the upper level provides a contrast to the stone at ground level and delivers a clean, simple and contemporary finish. The roof is slated to match the slate used throughout the surrounding area. Solar thermal panels installed to the south roof pitch help to provide the hot water supply with a wood burning stove satisfying a large part of the homes heating requirements.
ARCHITECT KERRY SMITH I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CAMERON & ROSS I CONTRACTOR FOTHERINGHAM PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS
ARCHITECT MAC ARCHITECTS I CLIENT MR & MRS ANDREW I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER RAMSAY & CHALMERS I QUANTITY SURVEYOR GKQSS I PHOTOGRAPHY ABERDEENPHOTO.COM
Westwood Villa Residential Aberdeen MAC Architects were appointed to design and deliver a substantial new build house for a private client and their growing family. Situated in the Aberdeen suburb of Stoneywood, the site was flanked by woodland with existing property overlooking business premises to the rear. The brief was to create a modern energy efficient design whilst maximising privacy and the flexibility of open plan living. In line with our holistic approach to sustainability we combined large areas of glazing with a super insulated timber clad envelope to achieve a highly efficient SAP ‘A’ Rated building that sat harmoniously alongside the picturesque woodland setting and surrounding greenery. The 300sq/m home was delivered for £375k and manages to both sit amidst nature, maximising views out with large format glazing and provide a striking contemporary look which embodies the ambitions of client and architect.
ARCHITECT MACMON ARCHITECTS I CLIENT CHARLES CHURCH (PERSIMMON) AND SANCTUARY HA
Woodilee Housing Development Residential Lenzie The former Woodilee Hospital site in Lenzie has been redeveloped for commercial and residential purposes with a variety of local amenities. macmon was involved with the refurbishment and extension of the listed clock tower and admin buildings on behalf of a private housing developer whilst designing the affordable housing element of the site for Sanctuary Housing Association. Affordable housing comprises three separate buildings built on two sites with associated parking and landscaping.
ARCHITECT NATASHA HUQ ARCHITECT I CLIENT NATASHA HUQ & RYAN TENNYSON I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER JFR PROJECTS
72 St Leonard's Street Residential Edinburgh A derelict flat originally had an awkward, cramped layout and dark basement rooms, but has now been reinvented into a flexible duplex apartment with a modern, light-filled, spacious interior. The existing geometry was utilised to maximise space and light by creating a multifunctional zone of hidden storage and flexible panels, and relocating the stair to channel light into the basement. The panelled wall provides a focal point which connects the differently configured living spaces and provides a unified language. Storage has been maximised allowing the living areas to be uncluttered and therefore contributing to the sense of light and open space. The seamless grey resin floor provides continuity in the basement and augments the fluidity of the space as there are no defined thresholds between the rooms.
ARCHITECT PAGE \ PARK ARCHITECTS AND ELDER & CANNON ARCHITECTS I CLIENT NEW GORBALS HOUSING ASSOCIATION I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER WATERMAN GROUP I CONTRACTOR MCTAGGART CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR TURNER & TOWNSEND I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
Laurieston, Phase 1A Residential Glasgow The opening of this first phase of the Laurieston regeneration project is the culmination of a very long journey, beginning in 2002, to transform the area and create a new residential quarter fit for the 21st century. The masterplan builds on the urban character of Glasgow, comprising clearly defined blocks to reinforce the grid-like quality of the city. Its character follows a contemporary tenement form, with a variety of housing types - apartments, maisonettes and terraced houses - exploiting where possible the rich possibilities of corners, southern aspect and courtyard environments. Following the Page\Park master plan, together with Elder & Cannon (pg 22) we have completed over 200 hundred affordable homes in a new layout of streets and mews settings designed with a sense of being overlooked to provide a passive sense of security. The ambition at the outset of the project was to achieve a powerful sense of place and a landmark for the future development of the Laurieston area.
Arc hite ct Richard Murphy Architects i Str uctur al En gineer Buro Happold i C ONTR ACT OR Balfour Beatty i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Thomson Bethune
Holyrood South Post Graduate Accommodation Residential Edinburgh This competition winning scheme to accommodate 250 post graduate students arranges 45 flats around a central, sociable, split level courtyard. Study bedrooms all face out onto the street, characterised by triangular bay windows which are inhabited and personalised by the students. The most prominent urban corner was chosen for the main entrance and a common room is placed beside it to act as a social meeting place as well as giving an active frontage to Holyrood Road. A driving motivation of the design was to avoid internal corridors so the flat plans are largely single sided with internal circulation day-lit from within the court. External circulation is via two suspended spiral staircases and broad, open balconies to encourage student interaction.
ARCHITECT THE VOIGT PARTNERSHIP I CLIENT MR VALY OSSMAN I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MCKINNEY NICOLSON LTD
Quayside Marina Apartments Residential Arbroath The existing Fisherman’s Association is in a prime location overlooking the Inner Harbour Marina, llocated only 60m from the sea and ideally situated for the High Street. Quayside Marina consists of ten apartments ranging in size from three penthouses to a further seven two-bedroom dwellings, each with fantastic sea views over the Harbour and the Tay Estuary. Stone walls bound and contain Brothock Water which currently flows through a culvert under the site. The waterway is proposed to be opened up exposing the water course and alleviating water back up during high tides. The stone walls were retained and repointed forming a solid base to the development. The scale of the proposed dwellings respect that of the existing street scene and the introduction of lean-to’s, slate and metal roofs, timber clad and white smooth cement rendered walls reflect the spirit of building form and materials of, in particular, the rear of Marketgate and the ‘Black Shed’ overlooking the inner harbour. A contemporary style of architecture incorporating these characteristics reflect and link the past with the future adding to the ‘new era’ of the harbour.
ARCHITECT MALCOLM FRASER ARCHITECTS I CLIENT 21ST CENTURY HOMES FOR EDINBURGH I PHOTOGRAPHY DAPPLE PHOTOGRAPHY
West Pilton Crescent Residential Edinburgh Malcom Fraser Architects were given a brief to design a standalone exemplar development for future works, and to provide modern, energy efficient social housing in a range of unit sizes at Pennywell Road/West Pilton Crescent, one of ten separate sites within a masterplan for the wider area The design strategy sets the main frontage of the housing along Pennywell Road with small private gardens and public realm landscape. The remainder of the triangular site forms a large common garden area with adjacent ancillary buildings including bike and bin stores and a communal plant room. One of the key design considerations has sought to develop the principles the Smithson’s described as “good ordinariness”, referencing the traditional tenement typologies of the New Town of Edinburgh, with a simple language of large repetitive window openings to allow as much daylight into the units as possible. The homes use a limited palette of durable, repairable and recyclable materials. Garden walls, entrance lobbies and pathways use the same brick and this simplicity helps to create a cohesive architectural language across the site. A combined heat & power system has been used with individual smart meters located in each property and U- Values are in excess of current building regulations
The Mill Residential Biggar, Scottish Borders The Mill sits amongst a collection of disused farm buildings that nestle into a steep hill over looking a valley in the Scottish Borders. The millâ€™s distinctive long form emerging out of the hillside gives it a striking yet exposed position on the site and supported an architectural solution contained within the original walls, which were consolidated and repaired using stone from the site and repointed with lime mortar. The roof and floors were beyond repair, so a new insulated timber building was slotted within the existing structure. The length and orientation of the original stone walls of the mill building allowed this new structure to push up above the top of the walls to form a largely glazed clerestory. The original front door is reused, entering into a boot room lined in larch. This opens on to a dining-hall with glimpses into the main living spaces beyond. Steps lead down a half level to the kitchen, which opens out to a wild garden space through large doors in an opening that originally allowed cart access. The main living space is half a level up from the dining-hall, with a new window pushed in to the thickness of the wall, acting as a viewing point for the valley below. An accessible bathroom, utility and bedroom are tucked in to the partially underground north end of the building. On the upper floor there are three bedrooms, two accessed from the west stair and one from the east stair, allowing a double height space between to give light below.
ARCHITECT WT ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT PRIVATE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR LAWRIE CONSTRUCTION LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR ROBERT L RIDDELL I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
ARCHITECT EMA I CLIENT GLENCAIRN PROPERTIES LTD I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HARLEY HADDOW I CONTRACTOR GLENCAIRN PROPERTIES LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR POTTIE WILSON I PHOTOGRAPHY GRAEME MILTON
Bellevue Colonies Residential Edinburgh The original colonies have a unique character and identity and the challenge was to replicate this within the design of the new colony style houses. There is a sense of community which comes from sharing footpaths, gates and external stairs. The stairs also provide a social aspect as a place to sit in warmer weather and where you can interact with your neighbours as they relax in their private garden space. The detailing of building materials such as brick, zinc and slate, coupled with large window openings and glass balustrades, maintain the concept of traditional colony housing but give the development a more contemporary feel. The shared aspect of external areas has resulted in inhabitants taking a greater interest and responsibility in the upkeep of the property and its security. Residents have taken ownership of the shared spaces in terms of care, maintenance and aesthetic appearance. The common areas also benefit from natural surveillance from the large windows within the living spaces.
The Shields Centre Montrose House Child & Adolescent Mental Health Unit IGMM Project Maggieâ€™s Cancer Caring Centre West End Medical Practice Ninewells Medical teaching facility
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ARCHITECT ANDERSON BELL + CHRISTIE I CLIENT NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER RAMAGE YOUNG I CONTRACTOR CBC I QUANTITY SURVEYOR DOIG AND SMITH I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
The Shields Centre Health McCulloch Street, Glasgow The Shields Centre, Health and Care Centre, improve accessibility to the local community on two fronts: by co-locating the building with the community centre and Gaelic school; and by providing services within one building, including; two GP practices, Pollokshields Health Shop, Glasgow City Council Social Works Services and Health Visitors and District Nursing Teams. The building scale takes its cue from the nearby tenements, and likewise the brick selection is contemporary and reflective of the sandstone warmth of the residential tenements. A concealed garden; acting as a buffer between the Community Centre and the building. This also provides a link to the education of healthy living by growing fruit and vegetables, a key function of Pollokshields Health Shop, Privacy to clinical rooms on the main frontage is afforded by the creation of a colonnade, which accentuates the buildingâ€™s presence; further enriched by the installation of intricate Corten steel panels within each bay by artist Alex Hamilton. The ground floor waiting area has a two storey void, which pierces through its height, creating visual links all around. The building will form part of a new overall community provision with a unified service delivery approach. It has filled an under used gap site and the exceptional design has added to the fabric of the area.
ARCHITECT MCLEAN ARCHITECTS I CLIENT DAVID WATTS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ATK PARTNERSHIP I CONTRACTOR KIER SCOTLAND I QUANTITY SURVEYOR KIER SCOTLAND I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
Montrose House Health Brodick, Isle of Arran Montrose House and Stronach Day Service provides residential care facilities and a community resource centre in Brodick on the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland. The building is single storey with a linear plan. Accommodation is arranged in three wings of ten bedrooms and the resource centre forms a fourth wing. The support accommodation of offices, kitchen, laundry, family overnight stay and hairdressing are laid out along the spine of the building connecting all the wings. The distribution of the bedroom wings and the resource centre forms two secure southwest facing private courtyard gardens for the residents with outlook capturing the magnificent views up the glen. Externally meandering paths allow residents to stroll freely around the grounds with garden seating where they can stop and rest whilst taking in the garden spaces. Circulation areas are light, bright and airy, terminating in small winter gardens that provide quiet, intimate space away from the hub of the main lounge areas in the centre of the building. These spaces also provide views out over the garden grounds. At the intersection of the circulation spaces there is large central lounge with feature fire place, which has become the gathering space. Full height glazing and roof lights create a bright contemporary homely environment.
ARCHITECT GAULDIE WRIGHT & PARTNERS I CLIENT NHS TAYSIDE I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GOODSON ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR BAM CONSTRUCTION LTD
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Unit Health Dundee The Child & Adolescent Mental Health Unit at Dudhope Terrace, Dundee for NHS Tayside was recently completed with NHS Tayside and senior staff delighted with the final outcome. The project was procured through the East Central Hub and constructed by BAM Construction. The extent of the front elevation is a collaboration of brick and timber cladding. The brick is a dark colour in order to accentuate the lush green surroundings of the landscape. The timber cladding (Scottish Larch), once silvered, will provide a direct connection to the woodland surrounding of the historic site. These materials will extend from the elevation to the immediate adjacent landscaping of the building giving the building further connection to its surroundings and blurring the lines of contrast. The roofs are a mixture of flat and low level mono pitched roofs with a mixture of standing seam and single membrane roof finishes. The rear of the building is anchored into the hillside, obscuring the mass of the building to the properties north of the site.
ARCHITECT OBERLANDERS I CLIENT THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GOODSON ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR BAM CONSTRUCTION LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR SWEETT GROUP
IGMM Project Health Edinburgh Oberlanders have recently completed this circa £10m research laboratory for The University of Edinburgh at the Western General Hospital overlooking the grounds of Fettes College and Crewe Road South. With stunning views to the Edinburgh skyline, the new building links three existing buildings to form a world class research institute. This comprises Edinburgh Cancer Research UK laboratory to the South, University of Edinburgh/Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit joining directly to the new building, with the Molecular Medicine building linking to the North). The new IGMM building is spread over five floors totalling 2,700m2. The new building will free up existing laboratories to enable expansion of IGMM research programmes. With a central atrium space and a new iconic frontage, the project includes dry-lab computational research space, seminar/lecture facilities and a social hub with café.
ARCHITECT REIACH HALL I CLIENT CHRIS WATSON I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SKM I CONTRACTOR JOHN DENNIS SCOTLAND LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR CBA
Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre Health Lanarkshire In 1964 Airdrie House was demolished to make way for Monklands Hospital and while the tree belt survived the demolition of the old house, over time the hospital's insatiable car parking needs spread, invading the once verdant northern edge, leaving it eroded and vulnerable. The site for Maggie's Lanarkshire is located on one of these northern car park areas. In a gesture that attempts to reinstate the idea of a boundary to the hospital estate, the new Maggie's embraces two detached stands of these mature lime trees with a finely articulated brick wall, once more bringing a sense of continuity and enclosure to this northern edge. At its heart, the design of the Maggie's Centre is a tale of enclosed gardens behind a beautiful Danish hand-made brick that at moments in its peregrination around the site opens up to form a delicate perforated lattice. The wall offers a degree of separation from the hospital grounds, but through its pierced nature, its human scale and the haptic quality of its materiality this break is subtle and in places even marginal. The building plan is perforated with four sheltered courts. Golden metal light catchers hover over these spaces reflecting sunlight onto the floor of the court. A simple repetitive framed structure defines and creates an intimate scale while allowing spaces and rooms to either open up to the central sequence of public rooms or close down to create private moments.
ARCHITECT PAGE\PARK I CLIENT NHS LOTHIAN I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GOODSON ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR CAMPBELL CONSTRUCTION GROUP I QUANTITY SURVEYOR CBA I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
West End Medical Practice Health Edinburgh From the outset, both the cathedral and the medical centre had the aspiration to create a ‘Therapeutic community’ supporting both the physical and mental aspects of wellbeing whilst supporting the cathedral through the Masons workshop and the Walpole Hall extension / refurbishment. The Masons workshop provides a new customised workspace for the Masons and their ongoing restoration work both locally and nationally with Historic Scotland. The facility is designed specifically to support the stonemasons with specialised extraction systems installed and new work yard for material storage and external working. The Walpole Hall extension brings together both the Walpole Hall and the Song School through a new foyer with welfare facilities supporting a variety of community functions. The extension formalises and brings together the Mason’s workshop, medical practice, Song School and Walpole Hall around a new landscaped courtyard. By working with existing physical and social context the project supports the immediate and wider communities.
ARCHITECT ARCHIAL NORR I CLIENT UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE I CONTRACTOR ISG I PHOTOGRAPHY MCATEER PHOTOGRAPH
Ninewells Medical teaching facility Health Dundee The phased extension and modernisation of Dundee School of Medicine at Ninewells Hospital and Medical School involved rationalisation of current facilities, including the co-location of support staff office accommodation. In consideration of the sensitivity of the project embedded within a ‘live’ hospital environment, the project was carefully phased to avoid any disruption to operational functionality. Following completion of a new build Leaning Resource Centre Lecture Theatre one, unaltered from the original opening of the hospital in 1974, was completely refurbished with seating arrangements altered to facilitate both traditional lecture theatre presentations and also increased group teaching. The result is the ‘creation of fantastic education facilities and a truly stunning new lecture theatre’ according to the University’s Vice Principal and Head of College, John Connell.
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Archite ct Holmes Miller i C lient Aimie Farquhar/ Pauline Bradley i Str uctur al Engineer Goodson Associates i C ONTR ACT OR Clark Contracts i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Brown & Wallace i ph ot ogr aph y andrew lee
Kirkmichael Primary School Education South Ayrshire Kirkmichael Primary School promotes a locally distinctive and contemporary design inspired by South Ayrshireâ€™s rural character. The building form is an interpretation of disaggregated farm-steadings, linked and clustered in a nucleated form to define and control movement. Utilising symmetrically pitched roofs over simple linear narrow plan forms and flat, minimally articulated facades with a greater mass of wall to window, sensitively integrates the design into the landscape. External finishes of render, timber, stone and slate create a modern contemporary style with clipped edges to minimise complicated interfaces, provide a robust, hard wearing and low maintenance finish replicating the traditional vernacular. Internally, open and bright teaching and break out areas benefit from building volumes with a permeable edge to all spaces ensuring an interactive and inclusive environment.
Archite ct Malcolm Fraser Architects i Cl ient The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland i Str uctur al Engineer Struer Consulting Engineers Ltd i C ONTR ACT OR Morris & Spottiswood Ltd i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Capita Symonds i ph ot ogr aphy gillian hayes
Speirs Lock Studios Education Garscube Road, Glasgow Speirs Lock Studios provides teaching space for students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) with the creation of six rehearsal spaces for students studyingmusical theatre within existing portal frame sheds, as well as two much larger new build, multi-purpose rehearsal spaces. One of these spaces had to be a â€˜black-boxâ€™ environment with no natural daylight, to mimic a theatre environment. Both spaces needed to be capable of being rigged to ensure flexibility and adaptability for the future needs of the organisation. The resultant spaces are rectilinear in form. Emphasis has been placed on ensuring durable materials and adaptability for future use. High level acoustic panels reduce the reverberation time within both spaces to around 1 second, which is a happy medium to deal with acoustic and amplified music as well as the spoken voice. Serge wool wall drapes allow the space to be reconfigured and the reverberation time refined dependent on whether the drapes are open or closed. To avoid disturbance from outside noise, these two larger spaces both have a displacement ventilation system, which can heat the spaces in winter and cool them in summer.
Archite ct jmarchitects i C lient The Glasgow School of Art i Str uctur al En gineer ARUP i C ONTR ACT OR Sir Robert McAlpine i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Turner + Townsend i phot ogr aph y iwan baan
GSoA Student's Assoc Education Glasgow Appended to the Glasgow School of Art's Seona Reid Building, led by Steven Holl Architects and jmarchitects, the Assembly Hall has been retained and returned to its original volume. Externally the faĂ§ade was sensitively repaired and lightly cleaned to maintain its aged character and improvements made through the removal of redundant entry ramps, service enclosures and railings. Internally the approach was to create a rich texture, exposing the original construction techniques by stripping back deteriorated dry linings and leaving surfaces and structure exposed, which was also driven by budget limitations. Similarly, the majority of services have been left exposed. The major insertions, such as the main stair, bars and main entrance doors, are formed from a consistent language of slightly rusted/ blackened plate mild steel, which gives a clear distinction between old and new elements and at the same time evokes the original construction techniques and Glasgowâ€™s industrial past.
Arcadia Nursery Education Edinburgh Arcadia Nursery provides early-years education for up to 113 children aged from six weeks to five years of age, at the University of Edinburgh's King's Buildings Campus. The proposal was designed around the ‘free-play’ concept, which helps develop children’s confidence, independence and creativity by encouraging them to choose the activities they would like to participate in, or whether they would like to be inside or outside, rather than the day being dictated to them. The layout of the nursery has been designed to facilitate this, whilst ensuring the children are safe and easily supervised. Each age group’s playroom is clearly identifiable as a welcoming, contemporary domestic form which creates a sense of belonging and ownership. These pavilions are linked together by a single storey building, with large rooflight offering views up to the tree canopy. The nursery is connected to the central University CHP network, uses no mechanical cooling or ventilation. The design stage Breeam assessment achieved a high score of 82.2 per cent, with material and pollution sections achieving a 100 per cent score.
Archite ct Malcolm Fraser Architects i C lie nt University of Edinburgh i Str uctur al Engi neer AED i C ONTR ACT OR Balfour Beatty i QUANTIT Y SUR VEYOR Thomson Gray i ac oustic c onsul t ant s rmp i phot ogr aphy angus bremner
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Castlepark Primary School Education Irvine Castlepark Primary School and Early Years Centre is a fully refurbished and re-modelled unlisted late 20th Century school in Irvine. Flexible and open plan spaces provide an innovative learning environment and play spaces well equipped to develop learning in the context of the Curriculum for Excellence, giving pupils access to a wide range of learning contexts. New outdoor spaces also give the children frequent opportunities for spontaneous, planned and purposeful activity through physical, sensory and imaginative and investigative play in natural surroundings. A heart space for the school has been created and this allows for a range of the different teaching activities, social encounters and learning experiences to occur during the school day. To create the heart space, the internal partitions of the original class spaces have been reconfigured to make open side learning areas. This simple move has allowed for an increase in shared area, and makes a whole space that can be timetabled to allow practical and group lessons to be delivered. New additions to the school use sustainable materials and organic forms that create a softer profile to the school building. These parts of the design help define the buildings relationship with its play space by carefully shaped spaces for outdoor learning to take place. Careful location of entrances and classroom exits allow a good level of access.
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Midland Valley Exploration Ltd Commercial Glasgow
Spring 2014 saw the completion of Midland Valley Exploration Ltd’s new headquarters at two West Regent Street, Glasgow. Midland Valley, a world leader in the field of structural geology, had appointed the design team in early 2013 to create their new office, incorporating an exciting brand and training environment showcasing their ‘Move Suite’ of analytical geological software. as well as a flexible and collaborative working environment maximising the natural light and view opportunities of their top floor location. Working closely with the client team, the designers developed an exciting series of spaces, graphics and fixtures (including a rock sample display wall and a stone/timber clad map table and store) accommodating up to 50 staff in a flexible and inspirational workplace combined with training and events hosting facilities. Elsewhere works comprised carpet removals, ceiling down-takings, internal plasterboard and glazed partitions. Alterations were also made to the suspended ceiling, floor finishes, internal doors, blinds / window film and writable wall surface. The works also consisted of alterations to the acoustical panel wall, booth seating, reception desk and wall cladding. Further alterations were also carried out to the map table, feature wall, print / mail room and marketing store fit-out.
ARCHITECT MICHAEL LAIRD ARCHITECTS I CLIENT RODDY MUIR I CONSULTING ENGINEER GARDINER & THEOBALD LLP I CONTRACTOR CLARK CONTRACTS I PHOTOGRAPHY MCATEER PHOTOGRAPHY
ARCHITECT COOPER CROMAR I CLIENT GRAEME INGLIS / FIONNA KELL I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CH2M HILL HALCROW I CONTRACTOR MORGAN SINDALL I QUANTITY SURVEYOR TURNER & TOWNSEND COST MANAGEMENT I PHOTOGRAPHY MCATEER PHOTOGRAPH
Police Scotland, Riverside East Commercial Glasgow Riverside East provides 120,000sq/ft of Grade ‘A’ office accommodation in South Dalmarnock, Glasgow. Located on a brownfield site in the east end, Riverside East was conceived to act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the area, which is recognised as a key gateway within the city. The site has been enhanced by contemporary public realm interventions and underpinned by social and economic regeneration. As a testament to the vision and success of the development the building was pre-let early in the delivery process to Police Scotland. The building has become the West of Scotland’s main office and administrative centre, welcoming 1,100 police officers and civilian staff when they move into the property in November 2015. Designed to BREEAM ‘Excellent’ standards, the building has been designed to respond to the Force’s operational and security requirements, whilst being open and welcoming to the community.
Dalmunach Distillery Commercial Carron Archial NORR designed the newly named Dalmunach Distillery located in the village of Carron, Aberlour, on the banks of the famous River Spey. The area is known as ‘Whisky Country’ with other great distilleries such as Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Balvenie, Glenfarclas, Mortlach, Macallan, Cardhu, and Knockando located within an eight mile radius of the new Distillery. The Distillery has the unique configuration of eight stills (four pot and four spirit) arranged in a circle around the spirit safe and also clearly expresses the Mash House and Tun Room. The new Distillery will provide an increase of ten per cent in the company’s malt whisky distilling capacity, meaning 10 million litres of additional malt spirit each year. The design included: a plan in the form of a barley sheaf recalling the key ingredient whilst the two outer elements curve out to provide ‘welcoming arms’ to the main entrance. The Still House is housed in a distinctive glazed structure with adjacent Lochan to provide a memorable and – distinctive feature adjacent to the site entrance i.e. you will instantly know that this is a distillery Addressing the existing buildings opposite to provide continuity with the past it recycles the former Distillery buildings on the site to form a distinctive landform to screen both visibility and acoustically the yard area The simple building forms recall traditional buildings in a contemporary way by using pitched roofs and salvaged materials to reference the site's rich history.
ARCHITECT ARCHIAL NORR I CLIENT CHIVAS BROTHERS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BLYTH AND BLYTH I CONTRACTOR ROBERTSON CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR THOMSON BETHUNE I PHOTOGRAPHY PAUL ZANRE
ARCHITECT JMARCHITECTS I CLIENT CLYDE GATEWAY I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER WOOLGAR HUNTER I CONTRACTOR ROBERTSON CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR GARDINER & THEOBALD I PHOTOGRAPHY GILLIAN HAYES
The Albus Commercial Bridgeton, Glasgow The Albus is a high quality, robust and unique building that makes a positive urban statement and offers attractive workspaces that are incredibly efficient to operate. The innovation in this project is in how it avoids the conventional office approach: instead offering a more diverse, contemporary array of workspaces that are still extremely flexible. The minimal approach to the building allows the tenant to create their own identity within a building with a strong identity of its own. The use of exposed, fair faced concrete walls and soffit provides a robust solution and regulates the building temperature naturally. Due to the quality of finish, wall linings and suspended ceilings are done away with, creating tall, generous spaces and enabling better natural ventilation and more daylight throughout.
ARCHITECT ARCHIAL NORR I CLIENT SCOTTISH POWER I CONTRACTOR MILLER CONSTRUCTION
Finnieston Substation Commercial Glasgow The basic design parameters were dictated by Scottish Powerâ€™s exemplar scheme which sets out length, width, height and mass of the building. In addition to this the base scheme defines ventilation and access requirements which had to be adhered to comply with stringent technical and statutory guidelines. Whilst it is fair to say these constraints limited the teamâ€™s ability to push the limits of the design the sensitivity of the neighbouring conservation area and in particular the proposed sites direct relationship with the grade A listed terrace opposite allowed Archial NORR to create an architectural response which is not typical of its industrial function. The building therefore has a curved footprint mirroring the terrace opposite and raises its roof to deal with the transition from two to four storeys. This curve and lift create a more iconic form which sits as comfortably as a pavilion as it does as part of a terrace.
ARCHITECT T-A-P I CLIENT CASTLE MACLELLAN FOODS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MCCOLL ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR ESH BORDER CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR MORHAM & BROTCHIE I PHOTOGRAPHY DAVID BARBOUR
Castle MacLellan Foods Commercial Kirkcudbright The project involved the addition of new production and storage spaces and extensive refurbishment and reconfiguration of existing internal spaces, external landscaping and on site car parking. A new reception building and bridge link to the upper floor of the existing factory provides a much improved entrance for staff and visitors, addressing the street and adjacent riverside park. The majority of the buildings on the site are simple and pragmatic, however the client agreed that the entrance building should take on a more expressive form. Clad in inexpensive 'industrial' materials it nonetheless has a dynamic and distinctive profile. Where the cranked geometry of the bridge element meets the orthogonal geometry of the reception building large glass panels provide views out to the river. Below this, a load bearing concrete plinth resolves the structural complexities.
ARCHITECT THREESIXTY ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT UNIVERSITY OF THE HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS I PHOTOGRAPHY TIM WINTERBURN
Life Sciences Building Commercial Inverness Campus This 1,000sqm two storey BREEAM Excellent speculative office / life sciences building has been designed to respond to its surroundings and the campus development brief, whilst maintaining future flexibility and adaptability. All services are integrated and shared facilities are located with the main core to allow for the wings to be flexible and adaptable. This flexibility is carried through to the site layout that has been designed to anticipate a variety of expansion options. The site and building have been woven into the campus fabric using dry stone walls that define the building and address the main campus green whilst allowing the creation of informal internal and external gathering spaces. The form is broken into easily understood elements using a limited palette of timber and glass. Dark grey and natural tones are employed as a direct response to the campus brief, and to respond to the buildingĂs future woodland setting. A modified treated timber system called Accoya from Russwood has been used throughout to ensure dimensional stability and durability.
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ARCHITECT ARPL I CLIENT AYR RENAISSANCE I CONTRACTOR CBC STONE I QUANTITY SURVEYOR ARPL
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New Bridge Street Historic Ayr The buildings at New Bridge Street are grade A and B listed Georgian tenements dating from 1787 and 1834. They form a significant bridgehead and gateway across the River Ayr marking the entry to the town centre. The fabric of the buildings was deteriorating badly as a result of decades of poor maintenance resulting in leaking roofs, extensive rot and eroding stonework. The outside of the building had also been given multiple coats of pink paint in the 20th century. The project set out to repair and restore the external fabric, renew all the shopfronts in the original glazing pattern and remove all the paint back to the original sandstone finish. Extensive areas of cement render were removed and lime renders applied to allow the building to breath again.
ARCHITECT ARC ARCHITECTS I CLIENT FIFE HISTORIC BUILDINGS TRUST I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR JOHN SMART & SONS (KIRKCALDY) LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR RALPH OGG & PARTNERS
Dreel Halls Historic Anstruther, Fife This £2m project is transforming a cluster of derelict ‘A’ listed public buildings into a thriving community arts hub. Community-led, the project is being delivered over several phases with multiple funders and stakeholders. Key to success of the project has been close involvement of the community in the design process, managed through numerous workshops and consultations, and coordination with business development. The works include comprehensive repair of the buildings external fabric, with contemporary interventions to improve the historic townscape and energy efficiency improvements. The interior design creates a family of spaces allowing flexible use of the Halls and vested with the character of the local community
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ARCHITECT LEE BOYD I CLIENT ST MARTIN OF TOURS EPISCOPAL CHURCH I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DAVID NARRO ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR EMTEC GROUP I QUANTITY SURVEYOR DOIG AND SMITH I PHOTOGRAPHY KEITH HUNTER
St Martin of Tours Episcopal Church Historic Edinburgh St Martin of Tours Episcopal Church is a B listed Victorian church in the centre of Edinburgh. The church building, like many from the 19th Century, is struggling to provide the congregation and community with accommodation that meets contemporary expectations; the church decided to make a number of strategic alterations to improve the facilities. This included providing barrier free access from the street and Improving support facilities to the sanctuary Works also created easy access to the lower floor and improved the sense of transparency and welcome throughout, whilst providing parishioners with a more multi purpose community space.
ARCHITECT AITKEN TURNBULL ARCHITECTS I CLIENT ROSS MACLEAN I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MCCOLL ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR JOHN DENNIS & COMPANY LTD
Raeburn House Hotel Historic Stockbridge, Edinburgh Orignally built in 1832 as an elegant Georgian family home the Raeburn House Hotel has been transformed from a derelict shell that had been vacant for seven years and was on the buildings at risk register, to a bar, restaurant and ten bedroom hotel. The B Listed building has been meticulously restored with an adjoining new extension to the rear. It has retained the classic and historical detailing whilst ensuring the introduction of the latest technology. This was crucial in creating what is now a delicately balanced and extremely successful building. Careful planning has ensured appropriate delineation of all the different areas within the hotel.
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Drygate Brewing Co. RICS Scotland Network Rail Glasgow Headquarters Collaborative Workplace Environment
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Empire Cafe Glasgow Studio Elevator Aberdeen Glasgow Central Station Concourse The Chester Hotel
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Drygate Brewing Co. Interiors Glasgow Drygate Brewing Co. in Glasgow’s East End has a refined industrial aesthetic housed in a two-storey warehouse built in the 1960s, the brewery comprises a restaurant, bar, roof terrace, events/gallery space, and ‘Studio Kit’ area where beer enthusiasts and would-be brewers can try their hand at brewing and even create their own brand. The new venture is a collaboration between William Bros. Brewing Co. and the award-winning Vintage gastro-pub in Leith, with exterior interventions and interiors by Graven Images. The visual identity was created by D8, who worked with graduates from Glasgow School of Art to produce artwork. Adjacent to the Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery, the oldest brewing site in Glasgow, the Drygate building had been used as a box factory, print works, bottling plant, and most recently, as office and storage space, before opening its doors to the beer-loving community. For the conversion, Graven implemented a design that concentrates on existing eccentricities of the building, bearing traces of all its previous incarnations and unique setting of the Drygate tower blocks, the Necropolis, and Tennent’s industrial-scale brewery.
INTERIOR DESIGN GRAVEN I CLIENT DRYGATE BREWING CO I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER CRA LTD I CONTRACTOR G1 GROUP I PHOTOGRAPHY GORDON BURNISTON
INTERIOR DESIGN MICHAEL LAIRD ARCHITECTS I CLIENT RICS SCOTLAND I CONTRACTOR SOUNESS & BOYNE LTD I QUANTITY SURVEYOR JONES LANG LASALLE
RICS Scotland Interiors Edinburgh In March 2014 RICS Scotland assembled a surveyor-led design team to design their new offices at 125 Princes Street in Edinburgh. The design team worked with RICS Scotland to design an inspiring events venue (with a stunning, uninterrupted view of Edinburgh Castle) and a welcoming resource facility for RICS members. The property also provides flexible and sustainable office accommodation for RICS Scotland staff and three partner organisations. Moving from their existing traditional listed property to new flexible and modern office accommodation, RICS Scotland also took the opportunity to develop and enhance the evolving RICS Scotland brand within an appropriate, contemporary environment. The project was completed in September 2014 and comfortably achieved a SKA (Fitout Sustainability Assessment) Gold rating.
INTERIOR DESIGN AHR I CLIENT NETWORK RAIL I CONTRACTOR ISG I QUANTITY SURVEYOR SWEETT GROUP I PHOTOGRAPHY DANIEL HOPKINSON/AHR
Network Rail Glasgow Headquarters Interiors Glasgow In 2014, Network Rail appointed AHR to undertake the refurbishment of 151-155 St Vincent Street, their new headquarters in central Glasgow. The ÂŁ1.8 million project involved the reconfiguration and fit-out of six floors of a 1980s office block, following Network Rail's decision to relocate from their existing offices at Buchanan House and move further into Glasgow city centre. From our very first visit to St Vincent Street we were struck by the different atmospheres present as we moved through the building. This led to the realisation of the design concept, 'Earth Strata' : travelling from earth through meadows to sky at the top floor, reinforcing sustainable aspirations while fostering individual departmental identities. Our idea was to create a unique yet harmonious design to each floor, aiding the orientation of users throughout the building while creating a contemporary workplace. Natural materials, colour and tones were key in the realisation of the concept.
INTERIOR DESIGN MICHAEL LAIRD ARCHITECTS I CLIENT SCOTTISH ENTERPRISE I CONTRACTOR ROBERTSON CONSTRUCTION I QUANTITY SURVEYOR FAITHFUL AND GOULD I PHOTOGRAPHY MCATEER PHOTOGRAPH
Collaborative Workplace Environment Interiors Edinburgh 'Nine’ is a 90,000sq.ft. speculative (BioIncubator) laboratory and office development (designed by Michael Laird Architects for Scottish Enterprise) at Edinburgh’s BioQuarter. Since its completion in 2012 the building has proven to be a commercial success with over 75 per cent of the building let and the remaining 25 per cent under negotiation. In 2013 the design team were commissioned to create a collaborative workplace environment on the second floor for a series of organisations involved in ground-breaking information handling research in the life science and health sector. The Farr Institute (in itself a consortium of seven Scottish universities and the NHS NSS), the ADRC-S and the UIPHSI now occupy 20,000 sq.ft on the top floor of the building with 135 users enjoying stunning views to the north overlooking Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary campus. Acoustic considerations necessitated the use of baffles with a high degree of sound absorbancy to make the most of high ceilings with colours, layout and service integration all carefully co-ordinated.
ARCHITECT COLLECTIVE ARCHITECTURE I CLIENT 2014 COMMONWEALTH GAMES CULTURAL PROGRAMME I CONTRACTOR PODBOX LASER I INTERIOR DESIGNER MAKLAB - 3-D DIGITAL FABRICATION I PHOTOGRAPHY CHRIS LESLIE
Empire Cafe Interiors Glasgow The Empire Cafe was an exploration of Scotland's relationship with the North Atlantic slave trade through coffee, sugar, tea, cotton, music, visual art, academic lectures, poetry, debate, workshops, historical walks, film and literature. The project, led by an author and architect, was a temporary event/exhibition forming part of the 2014 Culture Programme as part of Glasgow's Commonwealth Games. The event, and associated working cafe, was based in the main hall and formerly redundant shop unit at the Grade A listed Briggait in Glasgow's Merchant City for 8 days in August 2014. The space was animated by a 'pop up' cafe, a temporary main stage for a programme of events and a series of bespoke pavilions/spaces for exhibiting work relating to the theme. The event attracted 4000 visitors over the course of the week. Whilst the project addressed a challenging - and important theme, this was set in a convivial and welcoming environment. The Empire Cafe served dishes relating to trade between Scotland and the Empire.
Glasgow Studio Interiors Glasgow The project comprises the relocation of jmarchitects Glasgow Studio to an empty shop front in Glasgowâ€™s Merchant City. Uppermost is the idea of making the activity of doing architecture more explicit and evident in the context of the city. Allied to this was the notion of showcasing our own work in the shop window so that passers-by could pause , look and maybe take a little more interest in their built environment. The space has been lightly touched, exposing the original masonry walls and adding simple birch ply details. The focus is a single central desk which is presented to the street and around which the activity of the studio takes place. The shop front permits a unique opportunity to showcase the thoughts and ideas of our studio staff - a personal reflection in the guise of small exhibitions which are held monthly. It is our hoped that as this event develops it will inject new conversations and ideas into our various projects in the studio and into the consciousness of the city.
ARCHITECT JM ARCHITECTS I CLIENT JM ARCHITECTS I STRUCTURAL ENGINEER GOODSON ASSOCIATES I CONTRACTOR WAVERLEY BUILDERS I PHOTOGRAPHY GILLIAN HAYES
INTERIOR DESIGN GRAVEN I CLIENT ELEVATOR I CONTRACTOR SPACE SOLUTIONS I QUANTITY SURVEYOR TALBOT CHARTERED SURVEYORS I PHOTOGRAPHY RENZO MAZZOLINI
Elevator Aberdeen Interiors Bridge of Don Graven has completed the rebranding of Enterprise North East Trust and design of a £1 million state-of-the-art facility for the Aberdeen-based organisation that delivers Business Gateway services in Grampian and Tayside and incorporates the Aberdeen Centre for Entrepreneurship, The Prince’s Trust Youth Business Scotland programmes and an accelerator programme. Graven created an exciting, original and flexible working space that is home to 28 Enterprise and Business Gateway staff plus vibrant working areas for accelerator businesses. The facility was originally a typical, bland ‘shoe box’ style office with carpet, ceiling tiles and fluorescent lighting. Graven transformed it into a dynamic interior with a wedge-shaped central structure containing shared meeting spaces and equipment. The carpet was replaced with a mixture of rubber and woven polyester, and ceiling services were revealed to create height and volume. The materials palette includes folded aluminium cladding and anechoic foam with painted and upholstered seating and storage elements. At one end of the space, a circular mini-amphitheatre provides an exciting, informal space for presentations and meetings. Flexibility was key in the conception of the accelerator space, with users encouraged to arrange furniture to suit the changing requirements of each team and maximise the wide range of different technologies, types of space and digital tools available.
Glasgow Central Station Concourse Interiors Glasgow Atkins have completed a number of significant interventions within the Category A listed Glasgow Central Station. Main entrances from Union Street and the low level station have been transformed in advance of Glasgow's Commonwealth Games along with the main concourse washrooms in an attempt to elevate the quality of passenger experience within the internationally significant station building. The presence of the low level station within the upper concourse has been heightened through the introduction of tall, delicate archway structure which recalls the original decorative gateways and barriers. The significance of secondary access to Union Street has been intensified through the introduction of large format porcelain tiles which create a dialogue with the ashlar sandstone and granite of the original building. The large format gates, like the archway, feature ornate metalwork based on the motifs and symbols found in the original station environment. Together these changes aim to reduce reliance on complex signage and simplify the passenger journey.
ARCHITECT ATKINS I CLIENT NETWORK RAIL I PHOTOGRAPHY ANDREW LEE
INTERIOR DESIGN GRAVEN I CLIENT GRAHAM AND GILLIAN WOOD I CONTRACTOR BENTLEYS SHOPFITTING LTD I PHOTOGRAPHY RENZO MAZZOLINI
The Chester Hotel Interiors Aberdeen Situated on Queens Road in Aberdeen’s West End, The Chester Hotel – formerly Simpson’s Hotel – is a stunning new hotel development, providing guests with high quality service in luxurious surroundings. The hotel boasts a new fine dining restaurant and dazzling cocktail lounge, a full conference and function suite with independent lounge bar; and in an adjacent wing, 54 refurbished guest rooms, cocktail bar, fully equipped gym and two beauty rooms for both guests and non-residents. In 2013 the property closed its doors to undergo a £5 million transformation which completely revitalised both public and guest facilities, including the demolition and re-construction of the two-storey restaurant building behind the original granite townhouse, and the addition of a further new extension at the rear of the hotel. Graven was commissioned to design the hotel’s public spaces, comprising the IX restaurant, IX bar and function suites, whilst Aberdeen-based Ambiance Interior Design refurbished the adjacent building’s reception, as well as the bedrooms – including two suites – and a beauty room. Both companies worked in collaboration with executive architect Graham Mitchell Architects. The theatrical design features spaces of different scales and intimacy, drawing inspiration from the nooks and crannies of traditional bars. In addition to providing a comfortable stay for guests, The Chester Hotel is also the perfect venue for weddings with room for up to 300 guests.
3DReid City Design Co-operative GRAS Groves-Raines Architects Hypostyle Macmon Chartered Architects Manson Architects mclean ARCHITECTS Michael Laird Architects rankinfraser landscape architecture llp Threesixty Architecture Aitken Turnbull Architects Anderson Bell Christie AKA Ltd. arpl architects Austin-Smith:Lord LLP Carson & Partners Collective Architecture David Blaikie Architects Graven
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Gauldie Wright & Partners Architects HLM Holmes Miller Architects jmarchitects Kerry Smith Architects LMA McGregor Bowes Opfer Logan Architects Page \ Park Architects Purcell Roxburgh McEwan Architects Smith Scott Mullan Associates
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36 North Castle Street Edinburgh Tel: 0345 2716300 Email: email@example.com Web: www.3dreid.com Twitter: @3_D_Reid PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Barrie Turnbull (Edinburgh) Calum MacDonald (Glasgow) NO. OF ARCHITECTS 100 NO. OF STAFF 120 RECENT PROJECTS • VUR Edinburgh & Glasgow • Trump Turnberry, Ayrshire • Marriott Courtyard, Edinburgh • Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh • Primark, Pavillions, Birmingham; AWARDS • RIBA (Regional) Winner; • Winner – Scottish Hotel Awards (Sheraton) PRACTICE STATEMENT 3DReid is an award-winning architecture practice. Established in 1979, we have over 100 people across 5 UK studios with a further 30 staff in our Malaysia studio. We provide full architectural services, from masterplanning to interior design. Our reputation has been built upon providing creative and intelligent architectural solutions that meet their operational brief without compromise. We seek to be proud of everything we do, from concept to delivery. Notable projects include the National (Commonwealth) Indoor Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow; Primark Princes Street, Edinburgh; Sheraton, Edinburgh, One Angel Square, The Co-operative Group’s BREEAM Outstanding headquarters building. Our portfolio includes: • Airports • Education (primary to tertiary) • Hotels • Offices • Residential • Retail Our skills include architecture, masterplanning and interiors.
4 North Court Glasgow G1 2DP Tel: 0141 204 3466 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org PRINCIPAL CONTACT Richard East Dip LA MA Urb Des CMLI PRACTICE STATEMENT As Landscape Architects and Urban Designers based in the centre of Glasgow for the last 30 years we have a wealth of experience in the design and development of external spaces. We work at all scales from the strategic to the detail and manage the design process from initial sketches through to final completion on site. Public and private sector clients have kept us busy over the years and increasingly we are working for community groups and independent trusts. A key part of this work is to assist clients with the development of funding packages. Community consultation techniques have become a special area of expertise.
The Category â€˜Bâ€™ listed Annandale Distillery near Annan, returned to working use after a major restoration project on which Fiona Sinclair was conservation architect and City Design Co-operative landscape designers
The Company has won many awards for its work and is proud of the contribution it has made to the Scottish landscape.
48 Keith Court, Glasgow G11 6QW Tel: 0141 357 3553 Fax: 0141 357 3556 Email: email@example.com PRINCIPAL CONTACT Fiona Sinclair BSc (Hons) BArch FRIAS PRACTICE STATEMENT Fiona Sinclair is Accredited in Conservation Architecture to Advanced Level. The practice specialises in the rescue and repair of historic buildings, in the preparation of conservation and management plans, and in assisting larger practices and local authorities on a range of heritage projects across the country. The practice is currently engaged on work to a number of churches, war memorials, monuments, historic gate-lodges and a medieval townhouse. Clients include building preservation trusts, land management companies, the National Trust for Scotland and a number of private homeowners. Fiona Sinclair views her role as an architect working in conservation as being primarily to restore dignity to the buildings whose repair and care is placed in her hands, but also to assist wherever possible in the education of students, contractors and interested members of the public by passing on lessons learned and information gleaned as part of the process. She is a passionate advocate of the correct use of traditional materials and detailing.
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Lamb’s House 11 Waters Close Edinburgh EH6 6RB Tel: 0131 467 7777 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: gras.co PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Gunnar Groves-Raines Stuart Falconer NO. OF ARCHITECTS 4 NO. OF STAFF 6
Composting shed, Inverleith Terrace
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Modern extension to Ormidale Terrace, Edinburgh New education centre at Sumburgh Head Lighthouse, Shetland Internal alterations to create new arts venue at Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh
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The Berkeley Clinic, Glasgow
GRAS is an Edinburgh based architecture and design studio which exists to create extra-ordinary things and places through the exploration of ideas, materials, techniques and technologies. GRAS is part of the leading conservation practice GrovesRaines Architects. Our work is driven by an intuitive, yet highly responsive approach rather than a predetermined style and we strive to achieve levels of excellence in all of our work, irrespective of project budget, client or brief. We look to push the boundaries of what is typically understood as architecture, often entering the fields of product design, graphics, audio visuals and art. We adopt an inventive but reflective attitude to design, always looking forwards but mindful of the past. Working in parallel with conservation experts we understand the significance and value of our built heritage and traditional crafts. We see quality in traditional design, materials and crafts that is often lacking in contemporary buildings: solidity, permanence, proportion, hierarchy, human scale and timelessness and we seek to explore these qualities in our contemporary work. At the same time we strongly embrace opportunities afforded by emerging technologies, materials and techniques and believe in the value of collaboration with craftsmen, artists and designers.
Royal Terrace, Edinburgh
Lamb’s House 11 Waters Close Edinburgh EH6 6RB Tel: 0131 467 7777 Email: email@example.com Web: grovesraines.com PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Nicholas Groves-Raines Kristin Hannesdottir Dr J Stewart Stirling NO. OF ARCHITECTS 9 NO. OF STAFF 18 Lamb’s House, Leith
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Restoration, alterations and estate masterplan at Yester House & Estate, Gifford Restoration and traditional extension to Lamb’s House, Leith Restoration and regeneration of Sumburgh Head Lighthouse to create visitor centre Internal alterations, structural repairs and restoration and recreation of decorative scheme at Cottier Theatre, Glasgow
AWARDS Belmont House, Shetland
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Winner of the RIAS Award for Architecture 2015 Build Magazine’s Conservation & Reuse Architects of the year 2015 Special Mention of the Jury in the Europa Nostra Awards 2015 Winner of the Royal Scottish Academy Award for Architecture 2012 Commended finalist in the Heritage Placemaking 2015, Architects’ Journal Small Projects Awards 2013, the RIAS Awards 2013 and the Scottish Design Awards 2013
Liberton House, Edinburgh
Fenton Tower, East Lothian
Groves-Raines Architects Ltd. is an award-winning architectural practice based in Edinburgh, dedicated to the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings. Established in 1972, the practice has been at the forefront of conservation in Scotland and Ireland for over 40 years, with a broad portfolio of award-winning projects. Groves-Raines Architects Ltd. has contributed to securing the future of some of the finest examples of built heritage in the country, saving numerous A-Listed castles, churches and fortified houses from dereliction. From the £5million restoration of a Robert Stevenson Lighthouse, to the upgrading and modernisation of a listed Edinburgh townhouse, we approach every project with enthusiasm and aspire to exceed client expectations. We also produce imaginative and acclaimed contemporary designs, frequently introducing modern interventions into historic settings. We search for sensitive, elegant and sustainable solutions, which will complement the setting and become timeless. Groves-Raines Architects aim to provide a personal and individual service to our clients, through every stage of each project, matching the quality of finished projects to the quality of our professional service.
Sumburgh Head Lighthouse & Visitor Centre, Shetland
49 St Vincent Crescent Glasgow G3 8NG Tel: 0141 204 4441 Fax: 0141 204 4897 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.hypostyle.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS John Garrett Gerry Henaughen Guy Maxwell Keith Stewart NO. OF ARCHITECTS 25 NO. OF STAFF 47 AWARDS • Scottish Design Awards 2012 ‘Affordable Housing’ category, commendation in ‘Regeneration’ category. • RIAS Awards 2012 – Residential Development category • Scottish Home Awards 2012 – Small Affordable Housing Development of the Year • Saltire Society Housing Design Awards 2012 • GIA Design Commendation for Sustainability 2007 at Miller Street, Hamilton • RTPI Award 2006 for Crown Street and Queen Elizabeth Square, Gorbals • GIA Commendation for Phase 2B, Gorbals • Art in Architecture Award • Gillies Award 2000 • Saltire Award • Royal Scottish Academy Gold Medal • Concrete Award • Commendation Motherwell Food Park Competition • RIBA/Sunday Times Community Architecture Award PRACTICE STATEMENT Hypostyle Architects is a UK practice that works in all fields of Architectural Design. Specialising in Residential, Health, Education, Commercial, Master planning, Industrial and Urban Designs, the practice understands the boundaries and process of creating visually dynamic and functional buildings. During their 30 years in practice, Hypostyle have established a broad and expanding client base throughout the UK, the middle east and Europe. We believe in design excellence and innovation in architecture and deliver functional, creative, sustainable, energy efficient and economic design solutions to our clients. To achieve this we use up to date technology, project evaluation and option analysis combined with 3D visualisation to enable high quality and creative delivery of the client’s aspirations.
93 St George’s Road Glasgow G3 6JA Tel: 0141 332 7464 Fax: 0141 333 1081 Email: email@example.com Web: www.macmon.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Roy Maclachlan B.Arch RIAS RIBA Rob Abbott B.Arch RIAS Erskine Avenue extension, Glasgow
Sutherland Avenue extension, Glasgow
Affordable Housing, Lenzie
CURRENT AND RECENT PROJECTS • National Pain Management Centre, Glasgow • 100 flat redevelopment, Glasgow • New build Passive House, Dunlop • Sutherland Avenue extension, Glasgow • Care homes, Coatbridge and Uddingston • Office / housing redevelopment, Craigton • Argyll and Bute Mental Health Unit, Lochgilphead • Affordable housing and shop unit, Lenzie • Listed building refurbishment and extension for private housing, Lenzie • Offices, Lenzie • Housing masterplanning, Stirlingshire • Hillhead Community Centre, Kirkintilloch • Dental practice alteration and extension, Bearsden • Erskine Avenue extension, Glasgow • Business centre and studios, Glasgow • Mother & Baby Unit / Adult Acute Admissions, Leverndale • Murray Royal Hospital, Perth • Tayside Mental Health restructure masterplanning RECENT AWARD Scottish Property Award, Community Partnerships prize for Hillhead Community Centre.
Private dwelling designed to Passive House standards, Dunlop
PRACTICE ETHOS macmon is committed to the highest standard of service, delivering contemporary, innovative and cost effective design solutions through all forms of procurement.
Clock Tower, private housing, Lenzie
SECTORS Our designs seek to create sustainable and healthy environments for their users and our work portfolio includes new build and refurbishment projects in: • therapeutic design • healthcare • care of the elderly • community • housing • commercial • arts & leisure • education
City gym, Glasgow
We provide strategic masterplanning services and are accredited PassivHaus low energy designers.
Hawthorn Rise 10 Belford Road Edinburgh EH4 3BL Tel: 0131 225 2958 11 South Tay Street Dundee DD1 1NU Tel: 01382 226 361 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.mansonarchitects.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Lindsay Manson Sandy McGill David Davies Andrew Perrie NO. OF ARCHITECTS 8 NO. OF STAFF 20 RECENT PROJECTS Project – Student Residences, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh Client – Watkin Jones Project – Mixed Use Development, Linwood Client – Tesco Stores Ltd Project – Student Residences and Academic Facilities for Bournemouth University’s International College, Bournemouth Client – Watkin Jones Project – Student Residences, Old Dumbarton Road, Glasgow Client – Watkin Jones Project – Conversion of Former Eastern Primary School (Grade A listed), Broughty Ferry, Dundee Client – TOR Homes Project – Ceremony Building, Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort Client – Forbes of Kingennie AWARDS • Scottish Property Awards – Finalist 2015 Linwood Town Centre – Regeneration Project of the Year • Urban Realm – Listed as one of the Top 100 Architects in Scotland (2013) • Tesco Store of 2020 Invited International Design Contest – Winner (2012) • Scottish Design Award Nominee – Retail Category 2011 PRACTICE STATEMENT Manson Architects have over 25 years of experience in Retail, Office, Residential and Further Education Architecture, and central to our company ethos is the creation of well-designed buildings that respond to their context and meet the needs of our clients. A company Director oversees and is actively involved in every project with experienced Architects and Technicians completing the in-house team.
Michael Laird Architects Michael Laird Architects 5 Forres Street, 5Edinburgh, Forres Street, Edinburgh EH3 6DE +44 EH3 (0)131 6DE 226 6991 email@example.com 0131 226 6991 firstname.lastname@example.org 53 King Street, Glasgow G1 5RA www.michaellaird.co.uk +44 (0)141 553 5867 Twitter: @MLA_Ltd email@example.com City of Glasgow College, City Campus
www.michaellaird.co.uk Principal Contact: Jeremy Scott Twitter: @MLA_Ltd No. of Architects: 17 PRINCIPAL CONTACT Jeremy Scott No: of total staff: 51 NO. OF ARCHITECTS 17 Recent Projects: NO: OFGlasgow TOTALCollege STAFFCampus 51 City of The Farr Institute, Edinburgh RECENT PROJECTS Edinburgh Academical Club Sports Ground Redevelopment City of Glasgow College Campus 145 Morrison Street, Edinburgh Winchburgh TownEdinburgh Centre Masterplan, West Lothian The Farr Institute, Pitsligo Road Residential, Morningside, Edinburgh Edinburgh Academical Club Sports Ground Redevelopment
Woodcroft Residential Development, Edinburgh
145 Morrison Street, Edinburgh Awards: Winchburgh Town Centre Masterplan, West Lothian RICS Scotland Awards Pitsligo Road Best Residential, Morningside, 2015 Winner Commercial Project Edinburgh Building Nine, Edinburgh BioQuarter AWARDS Scottish Property Awards RICS Scotland Awards 2014 Winner Best Achievement In Masterplanning Winchburgh Masterplan 2015 WinnerTown Best Centre Commercial Project Building Nine, Edinburgh BioQuarter BCO Awards 2014 Regional Winner - Projects up to 2000m2 Scottish Property Awards UK Green Investment Bank, Edinburgh 2014 Winner Best Achievement In Masterplanning 2013 National Winner - Best of the Best Winchburgh Town Centre Masterplan 2013 Regional Winner - Refurbished/Recycled Workplace BCO Awards W.L.Gore & Associates, Livingston
Ravelston Quarry, Edinburgh
2014 Regional Winner - Projects up to 2000m2 Practice UK GreenStatement: Investment Bank, Edinburgh MLA are one of Scotlandâ€™s leading architectural practices with 2013 National Winner - Best of the Best more than 60 years of experience working all over the UK. 2013 Regional Winner - Refurbished/Recycled Workplace We are an award-winning practice who are passionate W.L.Gore & Associates, Livingston about architecture and provide an excellent service to all of our clients delivering unique solutions tailored to each requirement. Our work covers a wide range of services from PRACTICE STATEMENT master planning and urban design through to major building and interior design projects. MLA are one of Scotlandâ€™s leading architectural practices with more than 60 years of experience working all over the UK. We are an award-winning practice who are passionate about architecture and provide an excellent service to all of our clients delivering unique solutions tailored to each requirement. Our work covers a wide range of services from master planning and urban design through to major building and interior design projects.
The Farr Institute, Building Nine, Edinburgh BioQuarter
l a n d s c a p e a rc h i t e c t u re
6 Darnaway Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6BG Tel: 0131 226 7071 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.rankinfraser.com PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Chris Rankin, Kenny Fraser NO. OF ARCHITECTS 9 NO. OF STAFF 9 RECENT PROJECTS • Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh • Oriam, Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre, Edinburgh • SNBTS National Headquarters, Edinburgh • Stirling Care Village City of Glasgow College Riverside Campus, Phase 1
• West Calder High School • St Andrews Drive, Glasgow, Social Housing • Ayr Academy • Marr College • The Milk Factory private garden AWARDS We are delighted to be landscape architects for the Maggie’s Cancer Care Center in Lanarkshire which has won numerous awards in 2015 including: • RIBA Stirling Prize (Shortlisted) • RIAS Andrew Doolan Award Best Building in Scotland (Shortlisted) • RIBA National Award • Civic Trust Award Special Award for Scotland • Civic Trust Award • Scottish Design Awards Architecture Grand Prix 2015
Rural Housing Masterplan, Aberdeenshire
PRACTICE STATEMENT We define our approach to landscape architecture as the intelligent design of site specific places and spaces. Over the past five years rankinfraser has enjoyed a growing reputation in the UK and abroad for innovative and sensitive design led landscape architecture and our practice has grown in resources and turnover year on year. Our work now covers park design, health, education, public realm and residential commissions, several of which have won design awards at a Scottish and UK level and have been published internationally. Many of our projects involve close collaboration with a range of consultants as both lead consultants and design team members. rankinfraser makes landscape proposals which are innovative and practical, contextual and memorable, honest and durable, unobtrusive and unique, sustainable and original, value for money, pure and simple.
The Bridge, Scottish Water’s National Headquarters
226, St Vincent St, Glasgow. G2 5RQ Tel: 0141 229 7575 Email: email@example.com Moray House, 16-18 Bank St, Inverness. IV1 1QY Tel: 01463 729929 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web: www.360architecture.com Twitter: @ThreesixtyArch PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Glasgow - Alan Anthony, Kieron Goodman, Stef Faiella, Gillian Allan Inverness - Rory Kellett NO. OF ARCHITECTS 16 NO. OF STAFF 30 RECENT PROJECTS Retail The Wellgate, Dundee - Orchard St Eastgate Centre, Inverness - F&C Reit Bon Accord Centre, Aberdeen - F&C Reit Kyle Centre, Ayr - Squarestone Fountain Park, Edinburgh - Land Securities Decathlon UK Stores - Decathlon Commercial Fife Renewables Innovation Centre - Fife Council Plot 8, Inverness Campus - HIE Unit 11, Forres Enterprise Park - HIE Kirkgate House, Aberdeen - Land Securities
Residential & Masterplanning Doctors Field, Rosewell - Banks Group Maidenhill, Glasgow - Mansell Homes Wester Gartshore, Kirkintilloch - Persimmon Heathcare & Community Aultbea Community Centre, Aultbea East Park School, Glasgow - East Park Scalloway Health Centre - NHS Shetland Scalloway Primary School - Shetland Council Industrial Self Storage Warehousing, London - Shurgard Units for Renewables Tenants, Orkney â€“ HIE PRACTICE STATEMENT We are architects and masterplanners. We love what we do, and we care about ensuring everyone enjoys working with us. At the heart of everything we do lie our Core Values, which we apply to every Project, with every Client, through every Threesixty Architecture employee:
Motivation : Integrity : Care : Enjoyment
1. 2. 3. 4.
Aultbea Community Centre Princes Square, Glasgow The Wellgate, Dundee Plot 8, Inverness Campus
AITKEN TURNBULL ARCHITECTS 5 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2DP
Tel: 0131 297 2350
9 Bridge Place, Galashiels, TD1 1SN
Tel: 01896 752 760
32 George Street, Dumfries, DG1 1EH
Tel: 01387 256 964
Email: email@example.com Web: http://aitken-turnbull.co.uk/ PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Alasdair Rankin, David Burgher, John Mackenzie NO. OF ARCHITECTS 5
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RECENT/ONGOING PROJECTS Birgham House, Nike Performance Centre, Raeburn House Hotel, Lauder Health Centre, MRI Suite, St John’s Hospital, Leet Haugh Residential Development, Duns Primary School, Murieston Medical Practice, Saltcoats Steading, Four Winds, Macmillan Cancer Support & Information Centre PRACTICE STATEMENT Aitken Turnbull Architects are an Established Award Winning Practice with Offices in Edinburgh, Galashiels and Dumfries. We are a Design Led, Quality Focused practice who believe that successful projects are the result of collaboration between Clients, Designers, Consultants and Contractors and we strive to play our part in that process. Our Experienced Senior Management Team are complimented by an enthusiastic and talented staff group who are committed to delivering innovative and successful projects. With over 50 years in practice we have developed an extensive portfolio of Healthcare, Residential, Education, Commercial and Masterplanning projects as well as significant experience of Conservation work, across the UK.
382 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G4 9HT Tel: 0141 339 1515 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.andersonbellchristie.com Twitter: @AndersonBellChr PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Adam Bell (Partner), Stephen Lamb (Partner) NO. OF ARCHITECTS 15
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RECENT PROJECTS Residential: Duke Street / High Street for GHA, Shortroods for Sanctuary HA, Pettigrew St for Shettleston HA, Millport for North Ayshire Council, Thornyflat and Forehill for South Ayrshire Council. Healthcare: The Shields Centre, Scottish Epilepsy Centre, Health Centres at Dunscore and Dalbeattie. Masterplans: Craigmillar, Edinburgh and Maidenhill, Newton Mearns. Community buildings: Catrine Community Education and Visitor Interpretation Centre (CEVIC), Gartmore Community Hall, Barrhill Memorial Hall. AWARDS • Duke Street/High Street – Scottish Property Awards 2015, City Regeneration Project of the Year • Shields Centre – RIAS Award 2015 PRACTICE STATEMENT Anderson Bell Christie has consistently delivered creative design solutions throughout Scotland and the north of England for over 20 years. We offer a full architectural service on a diverse range of projects, and our professional, enthusiastic approach has led to satisfied clients and award-winning buildings. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KEITH HUNTER
South Lediken Studios, Insch Aberdeenshire AB52 6SH Tel: 01464 851 621 Email: email@example.com Web: www.akenyonarchitects.com Twitter: @akarchitects57 PRINCIPAL CONTACT Annie Kenyon NO. OF ARCHITECTS 5
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RECENT PROJECTS East Auchnabo (Slains), Ord Brekka, Mill of Kelly and the AS Mosley Office AWARDS • No. 42 in Urban Realm’s ‘Top 100 Architects’ 2015 • Winner of ASA Design Awards for ‘Best Single Dwelling’ 2014 • Aberdeenshire Design Awards 2014 (short listed) • Aberdeenshire Design Awards 2010 (short listed) • Atkins Aspire 2008 – Future Star in Architecture PRACTICE STATEMENT AKA is based in rural Aberdeenshire and carries out design-led restoration, conversion, extension, new-build and small scale development projects with an emphasis on sustainability. The practice endeavours to use locally sourced traditional and salvaged materials whenever possible and promotes the use of renewable energy systems in both restoration and new-build projects. Existing redundant rural architecture can be put to reuse for residential or commercial purposes through sensitive conversion based on a sound understanding of traditional materials and techniques and the potential of new interventions.
KIRKCUDBRIGHT ART GALLERY
11 Wellington Square, Ayr, KA7 1EN Tel: 01292 289777 Fax: 01292 288896 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.arpl.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Gordon Fleming NO. OF ARCHITECTS 6
URBAN PRIMARY SCHOOL, DUBLIN
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RECENT PROJECTS • Kirkcudbright Art Galleries • New secondary school, Dublin • Theatre Royal, Dumfries • Georgian tenement, Ayr, THI • New low energy primary school, Colmonell • New Golf Club, Ayr • Millport Conservation Area Assessment • Restoration of Trinity Church, Irvine • A new beach house • Community Centre, Stranraer • School refurbishment, Ayr AWARDS ARPL Architects have received numerous awards including from: The Civic Trust; RIBA; Historic Scotland; APRS; Glasgow Institute of Architects; Scottish Energy Systems group PRACTICE STATEMENT The ARPL philosophy is to produce unique designs for each client and each site. We are committed to delivering the most effective solutions for our clients delivered to meet their budget and timescale. Working with both new and historic buildings we produce building which are sympathetic to both the immediate an broader environment.
296 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5RU Tel: 0141 223 8500 Fax: 0844 397 0003 Email: email@example.com Web: www.austinsmithlord.com Twitter: @AustinSmithLord PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Graham Ross, Iain Wylie NO. OF ARCHITECTS 26 NO. OF STAFF 50 PRACTICE STATEMENT Austin-Smith:Lord is an award-winning multidisciplinary architecture, urban design and landscape architecture practice. We provide a comprehensive range of built environment and place-making design services from our studios in Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Cardiff. The practice is augmented by specialist in-house expertise in Sustainable Design, Conservation Architecture and Planning. We have RIAS ‘Advanced’ level accredited conservation and sustainability architects and an EcoHomes Assessor. Our recent work has received RIBA, RICS, BALI National Landscape, UK Housing, Scottish Design, Saltire Housing Design and Scottish Property Awards. Most importantly we are very proud of the positive feedback we receive from clients and end-users of our completed projects. RECENT PROJECTS • Helensburgh Town Centre Public Realm and Outdoor Museum • Ardrossan Quayside Commercial Office Development • Bridgegate Public Realm, Irvine • Design Charrettes (inc. Brechin, Elgin, Whitburn, Clydebank) • Falkirk Community Hospital • Burns Wynd Housing, Maybole • SPT Underground Stations, Glasgow • South Lanarkshire College Low Carbon Teaching Building • The Great Pagoda, Kew Gardens, London • Cardiff School of Art and Design • Llanelly House Restoration, Carmathenshire • Wolverhampton Transport Interchange • University of Teesside Teaching and Conference Centre • Liverpool Central Library
PARTN ER S
Tel: 0141 442 0036 / 0203 011 0036 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.carsonandpartners.com RECENT PROJECTS • Hyndland House Student Residences, Dumbarton Road, Glasgow • Cube Apartments Design Concept, Dalmarnock, Glasgow • East Shore Student Residences, St Andrews • All Saints Green Student Residences, Norwich • Argyll Chambers Office Conversion, Glasgow • Powis Place Student Residences, Aberdeen • Kelvin Waters Apartments, Beith Street, Glasgow AWARDS & NOMINATIONS • Structural Timber Awards (East Shore Student Residences) • Scottish Design Awards, Best Residential (Hyndland House) • Scottish Design Awards, Best Future Building (All Saints Green) • AJ Architecture Tomorrow (All Saints Green) PRACTICE STATEMENT Carson & Partners is an exciting design studio based in Glasgow and London, started in 2011 by Iain Carson with it’s core work focused on architecture and development. Carson & Partners directs bespoke experienced project teams to work in collaboration with a large number of national and international consultants, investors and developers. Iain Carson is a founding partner at the social housing practice Karakusevic Carson in London and won the 2011 Housing Architect of the Year award. The senior team at Carson & Partners have an indepth experience in urban and landscape design incorporating large scale residential and student accommodation, office development, public buildings, healthcare and nursery accommodation, working occasionally in collaboration with local and international artists. Iain Carson is also an advisor to ‘Civic Room’ based in a former Linen Bank on High Street, Glasgow. Civic Room is an artist-led organisation that curates events, exhibitions and projects to share a critical engagement between artists, built urban spaces and our communities.
Address: Top Floor, Mercat Building, 26 Gallowgate, Glasgow, G1 5AB Tel: 44 +141 552 3001 Email: email@example.com Web: www.collectivearchitecture.com Twitter username: @Collective_Arch Staff: Jude Barber, Jane Briggs, Steven Byrne, Andrew Cardwell, Adam Cooper, Rupert Daly, Michael Dougall, Gerry Duffy, Alastair Ewen, Andrew Gower, David Gray, Gerry Hogan, Victoria Hughes, Cathy Houston, Ewan Imrie, Jonita Karablikova, Mairi Laverty, Viktorija Maleckaja, Nicola Mclachlan, Justin McNeil, Chris Stewart, Dionne Storie, Alan Smith, Jan Timmermann, Nick Walker, Tom Warren, Fiona Welch, Emma Wood. No of Architects: 17 Total staff: 29 Working with Queens Cross Housing Association to re-invigorate 3 multi-stories at the heart of Woodside.
davidblaikiearchitects 10 Deanhaugh Street, Edinburgh EH4 1LY Tel: 0131 332 1133 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.davidblaikiearchitects.com Twitter: @StockbridgeArch PRINCIPAL CONTACTS David Blaikie ARIAS NO. OF ARCHITECTS 2
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RECENT PROJECTS • Bakery & pizza restaurant, Quartermile, Edinburgh for Soderberg • Conversion & extension of Victorian villa into wellbeing centre, Edinburgh for dovelight wellbeing • Refurbishment & contemporary extension of B-listed townhouse, East Claremont Street, Edinburgh for private client • Concealed, external platform lift & hydrotherapy pool to A-listed townhouse, Gayfield Square, Edinburgh for private client AWARDS 2015 Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards: Small Projects Award Finalist for: • Branching Out, dovelight wellbeing, Edinburgh Wood Award Finalist for: • Infinite Space, dovelight wellbeing, Edinburgh 2014 Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards: Small Projects Award Finalist and Wood Award Finalist for: • 194 Whitehouse Road, Edinburgh PRACTICE STATEMENT We work closely with our clients to provide imaginative solutions which reflect their commercial and personal aspirations and apply sustainable solutions to their realisation. Our work is varied and we have a broad experience in the sensitive refurbishment of, and contemporary additions to, Listed Buildings.
Branding Interior design Communications design Everything we do is about brands. We have almost 30 years experience designing brands, interior and exterior spaces including award-winning workplace, leisure, social space, F&B, 5* and boutique hotels. We are a cross-disciplinary design studio of 2D and 3D specialists; 30+ graphic and interior designers, architects, 3D visualisers and illustrators. Our design team has a proven track record working collaboratively with architects, contractors and developers. We deliver integrated design solutions on complex projects locally, within the UK and internationally. Graven 175 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1RU T +44 (0)141 552 6626 E email@example.com www.graven.co.uk @GravenHQ
Gauldie Wright & Partners Architects Ltd 2 Osborne Place, Magdalen Yard Road, Dundee DD2 1BD Tel: 01382 669241 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.gwp-architects.co.uk Twitter: @gauldiewright PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Peter Kingston, Euan Grant NO. OF ARCHITECTS 5 NO. OF STAFF 8 RECENT PROJECTS • Child & Adolescent Mental Health Unit, Dudhope House, Dundee. • FMC Technologies, Office Extension, Dunfermline. • Kilgraston School Science Centre, Bridge of Earn, Perth. • Nuclear Medicine Department, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. • The Fun Factory, Dundee • The Italian Grill, City Square, Dundee • Honda Corporate Identity Showroom Refurbishment, Perth Honda, The Triangle, Perth PRACTICE STATEMENT Simplicity is the essence of good design. It must also satisfy the aspirations and demands of the Client, the needs of the end user and the particular requirements of the site. Gauldie Wright & Partners has the flair and understanding to deliver imaginative and innovative design and our pragmatic approach underlies a strong design ethos. Our prime aims and objectives are to Consult, Communicate and Commit to providing the highest quality of buildings within budget and on programme.
Ailsa Court, 121 West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 2SD Tel: 0141 226 8320 Email: email@example.com Web: www.hlmarchitects.com Twitter: @HLMArchitects PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Lorraine Robertson, Patrick Clark, Ross Barrett, David Greig NO. OF ARCHITECTS 8
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RECENT & CURRENT PROJECTS Royal Hospital for Sick Children & Dept of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Glasgow Teaching and Learning Hub, Various DIO Projects, Sportsplex, Dublin National Children’s Hospital Satellite Units, Altnagelvin Hospital, Private Houses at Gorstan & Loch Tay. AWARDS RIBA Award 2015, LABC Building Excellence Award 2015 AJ100 Award 2014, Sheffield Design Award 2014 PRACTICE STATEMENT HLM is a leading design practice headquartered in the UK, offering a rare combination of design skills including Architecture, Landscape & Urban Design, Interior Design, Environmental Design and Masterplanning from eight offices in Glasgow, London, Sheffield, Belfast, Cardiff, Plymouth, Johannesburg South Africa and Abu Dhabi. We are a creative organisation, but one with its feet firmly on the ground. We combine flair, imagination and passion with an informed approach to the critical financial, operational and quality aspects of our projects. We champion the importance of design quality, sustainability and innovation, and our projects are driven by all of these, in pursuit of overall design excellence, but within a core framework of financial affordability.
89 Minerva Street, Glasgow, G3 8LE Tel: 0141 204 2080 Fax: 0141 204 2082 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.holmesmiller.com Twitter: @HolmesMiller PRINCIPAL CONTACT Callum Houston NO. OF ARCHITECTS 29
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RECENT PROJECTS • Park Quadrant, Glasgow • York Community Stadium, York • Dumfries Learning Town, Dumfries • Windsor Park, Belfast AWARDS • RIAS Award – Heathfield Primary School • GIA Awards – Kirkmichael Primary School, Heathfield Primary School, Renfrew Health and Social Work Centre PRACTICE STATEMENT An architectural practice, created out of two of Scotland’s longest-established and well-recognised firms to forge together the complimentary skills and experience of Holmes Partnership and The Miller Partnership in a fresh national practice with a growing portfolio of international projects. Holmes Miller has built its reputation on providing clients with the confidence and assurance they need to realise their building projects. Your project will benefit from unrivalled knowledge and experience of contemporary and traditional techniques and procurement methods. From the first meeting right through to project completion we will consult and collaborate to ensure our design meets your objectives on each and every project.
Abu Dhabi • Edinburgh • Glasgow • London • Manchester
64 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4NA Tel: 0131 464 6100 Email: email@example.com 50 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LQ Tel: 0141 333 3920 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ©Andrew Lee
Web: www.jmarchitects.net Twitter: @_jmarchitects PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Brian Thomson, Managing Director; Ron Mcfarlane, Director; Ryan Fletcher, Director; Henry McKeown, Design Director; Ian Alexander, Design Director; Stuart Davie, Project Director; Rod Duncan, Design Director
Kirroughtree Visitor Centre
NO. OF ARCHITECTS 65
Elderbank Primary School
RECENT PROJECTS Market Street Hotel, James Gillespies High School DBFM, Inverness Royal Academy, Brechin Community Campus, Forfar High School, Buccleuch Place and Meadow Lane Student Residential, Elgin High School, Garnock Campus, Edinburgh University Student Residential, Portobello High School, Stirling Care Village, St Andrews Drive, Newhills and Bucksburn Primary, Chevron IOC Aberdeen, QMH Primary Resource Centre. AWARDS AJ120 - No 32, Scheuco Excellence Awards - Glasgow School of Art – Winner, Scottish Property Awards - Albus - Architectural Excellence Award (Commercial Buildings), Scottish Design Awards - Seona Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art - Scottish Design Awards - Kirroughtree Visitor Centre – Commendation, Scottish Design Awards - James Gillespie’s High School Future Building – Commendation
NO. OF STAFF 125
Market Street Hotel
PRACTICE STATEMENT Our aim is to create the best spaces, buildings and places with a level of design excellence that satisfies, delights and inspires.
Studio Four, 4 John Street, Montrose, DD10 8LY Tel: 01674 660516 Email: email@example.com Web: www.kerrysmitharchitects.co.uk Twitter: @KS_Architects NO. OF ARCHITECTS 3
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RECENT PROJECTS Blackrock, Drum Castle Tower, Newton of Classlochie, Brechin Abattoir, Account Tax Offices, Lunan Cafe AWARDS • 2015 Scottish Home Awards Finalists • 2015 Courier Business Awards Finalists • 2014 Montrose Society Award Winners • 2013 DIA Award Winners • 2013 Scottish Home Awards Finalists PRACTICE STATEMENT KSA is an RIAS Chartered architects practice based in Angus. Founded in 2006, the practice has amassed a range of construction projects in various sectors in Scotland. KSA has developed a comprehensive portfolio of work, from housing developments and extensions to offices, commercial workshops & sheds. KSA is dedicated to providing a quality service to its clients. Each project is unique, and services are tailored to our client’s needs. KSA can provide comprehensive advice to help guide you through your project from inception through statutory approvals, tendering, site inspections and certificates for mortgage lenders.
The Atrium, 6 New Road, Ayr KA8 8EX Tel: 01292 611727 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.l-m-a.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACT Stephen McGhee, Principal NO. OF ARCHITECTS 3
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RECENT & CURRENT PROJECTS • Premier Inn, Pacific Quay, Glasgow • Health Centre, Johnstone • Premier Inn, Gateshead, North Tyneside • Luxury flatted development, Cathcart, Glasgow • Wheelhouse Restaurant, Falkirk • Premier Inn, Spanish City, Whitley Bay, North Tyneside • Sportscotland National Sports Training Centre, Inverclyde - Bid • Premier Inn, Discovery Quay, Dundee • Salvation Army Halls, Govan, Ayr and Bellshill PRACTICE STATEMENT Formed in 1994, LMA is an ambitious practice with an established reputation for achieving high quality solutions through a collaborative approach to design. Our aim is to meet and exceed client’s development aspirations and we take great pride in delivering projects on time and on budget. Our core values Professionalism, integrity and creativity are at the heart of everything we do. The practice offers both architectural and planning consultancy services which has significant added benefits for clients. Our client base stretches across the whole of the United Kingdom and Ireland and the practice has a broad range of sector experience, including residential, commercial, leisure, healthcare and education.
41 Learmonth Grove, Comely Bank, Edinburgh EH4 1BX Tel: 0131 332 7572 Email: email@example.com Web: www.mcgregorbowes.com Twitter: @ChrisMBowes PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Chris Bowes NO. OF ARCHITECTS 1 - 2 NO. OF STAFF 1 - 2 RECENT & CURRENT PROJECTS • The Kirkmichael (Black Isle) Heritage Centre Project. • Johnshaven and Benholm Heritage Hub (with StudioSP). • National Trust, Wallington Estate, Northumberland. • The Highlanders’ Museum, Fort George (with StudioSP). • The Scotsman Steps, Work No. 1059, 2011 by Martin Creed (with Haworth Tompkins). AWARDS • Awarded: Civic Trust Award; RIAS Award; Scottish Design Award; Loo of the Year Award. • Commended in three RICS Scotland Awards. • Shortlisted for: RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award; Scottish Design Award; Surface Design Award; RICS Scotland Award; EAA Award; IAA Award. • Nominated for: Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award. PRACTICE STATEMENT Award winning, architecture studio, committed to conserving architecture and design excellence. The firm was established in 2010 by the principal, Chris Bowes, who has particular expertise and interest in the care, restoration and sympathetic adaptation of historic buildings, working on some of the country’s most significant landmarks, such as: St Giles’ Cathedral; Edinburgh Castle and Fort George.
20 James Morrison Street, Glasgow, G1 5PE Tel: 0141 553 5440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://pagepark.co.uk Twitter: @pagepark PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Karen Pickering NO. OF ARCHITECTS 27 NO. OF STAFF 50 RECENT PROJECTS • Scottish Opera Theatre Royal, Glasgow • 50 George Square, Edinburgh • Laurieston Phase 1A, Glasgow • Kelvingrove Bandstand & Amphitheatre, Glasgow AWARDS • Laurieston Phase 1A, RIBA & RIAS Awards 2015, Scottish Design Award 2015 & Saltire Housing Award 2015 • Scottish Opera Theatre Royal, RIAS Award 2015 & Scottish Design Award 2015 PRACTICE STATEMENT Page \ Park is an award-winning architectural practice based in Glasgow undertaking work across the UK. We are an Employee Owned Business reflecting our culture of shared ownership of all that we do. Established in 1981, the practice has grown progressively to a total of 50 people, with a low staff turnover.
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The practice has achieved a reputation for excellence over the last three decades, working across a range of sectors, with particular skill working in sensitive historic settings and challenging contexts.
16 Rutland Square, Edinburgh EH1 2BB Tel: +44 (0)1312 211565 Email: email@example.com Web: www.purcelluk.com Twitter: @Purcelluk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Diana Borland / Scott Lindsay RECENT PROJECTS • Private House, Munro Drive, Edinburgh • National Mining Museum Scotland Memorial Centre • Blair Castle, Perthshire • Edinburgh St James: St Andrews Hall and 27–31 James Craig Walk • Museum of Scottish Railways, Bo’ness • The Thomlinson Library, St Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle • Westmuir Street School, Glasgow AWARDS • Private House, Edinburgh - Scottish Design Awards 2015, Residential Category (finalist); Herald Property Awards for Scotland 2015, Individual New Build (finalist) • National Mining Museum Scotland Memorial Centre EAA Commendation Small Project Award PRACTICE STATEMENT As architects, designers and heritage leaders, we help our clients make sense of complex projects involving historic sites, heritage buildings and new structures and spaces. Our portfolio includes a new contemporary Edinburgh home and a listed colliery converted into Scotland’s National Mining Memorial Centre. We are currently regenerating St Andrew’s Hall and 27-31 James Craig Walk for the Edinburgh St James scheme and redeveloping Glasgow’s Westmuir Street School into a community enterprise centre.
42 Forbes Road, Edinburgh Tel: 0131 229 3766 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: roxburghmcewan.co.uk PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Liz Roxburgh, Marcus McEwan NO. OF ARCHITECTS 5
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CURRENT PROJECTS • Cliffside Tea Hut, West Coast of Scotland • Steading Conversion, Fife • Remodelling of Listed Townhouse, Edinburgh • Boathouse, Argyll • Mixed Use Studios, St Monans, Fife • Scout Hall, Isle of Mull • Shop Interior and Frontage, Edinburgh • Historic House Remodelling, Glasgow • New Build house, Pentland Hills AWARDS 2012 – Argyll and Bute Sustainable Design Awards: Commendation for Small Scale Residential 2009 – Saltire Society: Commendation for a Private Dwelling – New Build 2009 – Cupar and North Fife Preservation Society Award for Conservation 2009 – Roses Design Awards: Gold Medal for Best Low Cost Project / Chairman’s Award for Architecture PRACTICE STATEMENT Roxburgh McEwan Architects deliver beautiful bespoke buildings across a range of projects, conceiving and producing simple solutions to complex design briefs.
378 Leith Walk, Edinburgh EH7 4PF Tel: 0131 555 1414 Email: email@example.com Web: www.smith-scott-mullan.co.uk Twitter: @SSMassociates PRINCIPAL CONTACTS Alistair Scott, Eugene Mullan NO. OF ARCHITECTS 9
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CURRENT CLIENTS Royal Botanic Garden. National Museums of Scotland. City of Edinburgh Council. Edinburgh Napier University. Places for People. Forestry Commission Scotland Dunedin Canmore HA. 21st Century Homes. Cruden East. Queensberry Homes. Dumfries and Galloway Council. PRACTICE STATEMENT “Aspirational design creates great places.” Our team at SSM is focused on the design and realisation of high quality architecture. We have a wide portfolio of projects and a creative team with an enthusiasm for new challenges. Edinburgh based, we carry out commissions all over Scotland and Northern England and have a dynamic team who are capable of delivering almost any type of project. We have successfully delivered Housing, Business Centres, Sports Facilities, Educational and Civic Buildings. We have created a house for Alpine plants, refurbished an Edwardian Theatre, rescued a 1930’s Roadhouse and designed a Spa Hotel overlooking Ben Nevis. We have also designed the UK’s longest public bench and found time for study tours to Stockholm, Malmo, Amsterdam and Freiburg. Our architecture combines a respect for context with a commitment to create both economic and social value through contemporary buildings and places.
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Austin-Smith:Lord LLP Aitken Turnbull Architects 5 Castle Terrace Edinburgh EH1 2DP T: 0131 297 2350 9 Bridge Place Galashiels TD1 1SN T: 01896 752 760
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32 George Street Dumfries DG1 1EH T: 01387 256 964
11 Waters Close Groves-Raines Architects Edinburgh
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9 Montgomery Street The Village East Kilbride Glasgow G74 4JS Unit 6 Lamb’s House, Leith T: 01355 260909 103 Lana House E: email@example.com 116 Commercial Street W: www.dtaarchitects.co.uk London E1 6NF Twitter: @dta_architects Contact: Donal Toner/John Devlin T: 0141 442 0036 / 0203 011 0036 We are an experienced practice E: firstname.lastname@example.org that understands the need to Belmont House, Shetland W: www.carsonandpartners.com match expectation with delivery. SEE PAGE 117 Commercial needs are always present in every project and, in our opinion, good design brings added value to this basic need. Liberton House, Edinburgh
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South Lediken Studios Insch, Aberdeenshire AB52 6SH T: 01464 851 621 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.akenyonarchitects.com Twitter: akarchitects57 Contact: Annie Kenyon SEE PAGE 116
3 Walker Street Edinburgh EH3 7JY Collective Architecture T: 0131-603 4848 Top Floor, Mercat Building, E: email@example.com 26 Gallowgate W: www.bergmarkarchitects.co.uk Glasgow Contact: Jens Bergmark G1 5AB We aim to deliver high quality T: 44 +141 552 3001 projects where contemporary E: firstname.lastname@example.org design interventions are combined W: www.collectivearchitecture.co.uk with a detailed knowledge Twitter: @Collective_Arch of historic buildings and SEE PAGE 118 conservation. We endeavour to achieve a high level of sustainable design utilising natural materials and up to date servicing technologies. The practice works Composting shed, Inverleith Terrace closely with our clients in order davidblaikiearchitects to ensure the delivery of a final product tailored to the client’s requirements and budget.
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Anderson Bell Christie
382 Great Western Road Glasgow G4 9HT T: 0141 339 1515 E: email@example.com W: www.andersonbellchristie.com Twitter: @AndersonBellChr Contact: Adam Bell or Stephen Lamb
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Winner of the RIAS Award for Architecture 2015 Build Magazine’s Conservation & Reuse Architects of the year 2015 Special Mention of the Jury in the Europa Nostra Awards 2015 Winner of the Royal Scottish Academy Award for Architecture 2012 Commended finalist in the Heritage Placemaking 2015, Architects’ Journal Small Projects Awards 2013, the RIAS Awards 2013 and the Scottish Design Awards 2013
PRACTICE STATEMENT Groves-Raines Architects Ltd. is an award-winning architectural practice based in Edinburgh, dedicated to the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic
buildings. Established in 1972, the practice has HLM been at the forefront of conservation in Scotland and
Ireland for over 40 years, with a broad portfolio of Ailsa Court award-winning projects. Groves-Raines Architects has contributed to securing the future of some 121Ltd. West Regent Street of the finest examples of built heritage in the country, saving numerous A-Listed castles, churches and fortified houses from dereliction. From the £5million Glasgow restoration of a Robert Stevenson Lighthouse, to the and modernisation of a listed Edinburgh G2upgrading 2SD townhouse, we approach every project with enthusiasm and aspire to exceed client expectations. T:We0141 226 8320 also produce imaginative and acclaimed designs, frequently introducing E:contemporary firstname.lastname@example.org modern interventions into historic settings. We for sensitive, elegant and sustainable W:search www.hlmarchitects.com solutions, which will complement the setting and become timeless. Twitter: @HLMArchitects Groves-Raines Architects aim to provide a personal and individual service to our clients, through every Contact: Lorraine stage of each project, matching theRobertson, quality of finished projects to the quality of our professional service. Patrick Clark, Ross Barrett, David Greig
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Holmes Miller Architects
11 Waters Close GRAS Edinburgh
EH6 6RB Lamb’s House 0131 467 7777 11Tel: Waters Close Email: email@example.com Web: gras.co Edinburgh EH6 6RB PRINCIPAL CONTACTS T: 0131 467 7777 Groves-Raines E:Gunnar firstname.lastname@example.org Stuart Falconer W: NO. gras.co OF ARCHITECTS 4 Contact: Groves-Raines, NO. OF STAFFGunnar 6 Stuart Falconer RECENT PROJECTS
89 Minerva Street, Glasgow, G3 8LE T: 0141 204 2080 F: 0141 204 2082 E: email@example.com W: www.holmesmiller.com Twitter: @HolmesMiller Contact: Callum Houston SEE PAGE 120
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Edinburgh New education centre at Sumburgh Head Lighthouse, Shetland Internal alterations to create new arts venue at Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh
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Winner of the RIAS Award for Architecture 2015 Special Mention of the Jury in the Europa Nostra Awards 2015 Winner of the Royal Scottish Academy Award for Architecture 2012 Commended finalist in the Heritage Placemaking 2015, Architects’ Journal Small Projects Awards 2013, the RIAS Awards 2013 and the Scottish Design Awards 2013
Interior design 175 Albion Street PRACTICE STATEMENT Glasgow G1 1RU GRAS is an Edinburgh based architecture and design Communications design studio which exists to create extra-ordinary T:things +44 (0)141 552 6626of ideas, and places through the exploration materials, techniques and technologies. GRAS is E:part firstname.lastname@example.org of the leading conservation practice GrovesEverything we do is about brands. Raines Architects. W: Wewww.graven.co.uk have almost 30 years experience Our work is driven by an intuitive, yet highly designing brands, Twitter: @GravenHQ responsive approach rather than a interior predeterminedand exterior style and we strive to achieve levels of excellence in
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49 St Vincent Crescent Glasgow G3 8NG T: 0141 204 4441 F: 0141 204 4897 E: email@example.com W: www.hypostyle.co.uk Contact: John Garrett, Gerry Henaughen, Guy Maxwell, Keith Stewart SEE PAGE 108
We are a cross-disciplinary design studio of 2D and 3D specialists; 30+ graphic and interior designers, architects, 3D visualisers and illustrators.
We adopt an inventive but reflective attitude to design, always looking forwards but mindful of the past. Working in parallel with conservation experts we understand the significance and value of our built heritage and traditional crafts. We see quality in traditional design, materials and crafts that is often lacking in contemporary buildings: solidity, permanence, proportion, hierarchy, human scale and timelessness and we seek to explore these qualities in our contemporary work. At the same time we strongly embrace opportunities afforded by emerging technologies, materials and techniques and believe in the value of collaboration with craftsmen, artists and designers.
2 Osborne Place Magdalen Yard Road Dundee DD2 1BD T: 01382 669241 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www. gwp-architects.co.uk Twitter: @gauldiewright Contact: Peter Kingston
or brief. We look to push the boundaries of what is typically understood as architecture, often entering the fields of product design, graphics, audio visuals and art.
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10 Deanhaugh Street Edinburgh Transient Gallery, Venice Biennale EH4 1LY T: 0131 332 1133 E: studio@davidblaikiearchitects. com W: www.davidblaikiearchitects. com Twitter: @StockbridgeArch makerlibrarynetwork.org/gras Contact: David Blaikie ARIAS SEE PAGE 118
Gauldie Wright & Partners Architects Ltd
Sumburgh Head Lighthouse & Visitor Centre, Shetland
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Fenton Tower, East Lothian
EH6 6RB Lamb’s House Tel: 0131 467 7777 firstname.lastname@example.org 11 Email: Waters Close Web: grovesraines.com Edinburgh PRINCIPAL CONTACTS EH6 6RB Nicholas Groves-Raines Kristin Hannesdottir J Stewart Stirling 7777 T:Dr0131 467 OF ARCHITECTS 9 E:NO.email@example.com NO. OF STAFF 18 W:CONSERVATION grovesraines.com ACCREDITED 4 Contact: Nicholas Groves-Raines, RECENT PROJECTS Kristin Hannesdottir, Dr J Stewart • Restoration, alterations and estate masterplan at Yester House & Estate, Gifford • Restoration and traditional extension to Stirling Lamb’s House, Leith
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Our design team has a proven track record working collaboratively with architects, contractors and developers. We deliver integrated design solutions on complex projects locally, within the UK and internationally.
Roxburgh McEwan Architects jmarchitects
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Manson Architects Hawthorn Rise 10 Belford Road Edinburgh EH4 3BL T: 0131 225 2958
11 South Tay Street Dundee DD1 1NU T: 01382 226 361 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.mansonarchitects.co.uk Contact: Lindsay Manson, Sandy McGill, David Davies, Andrew Perrie
41 Learmonth Grove Comely Bank Edinburgh EH4 1BX United Kingdom T: 0131 332 7572 E: email@example.com W: www.mcgregorbowes.com Twitter @ChrisMBowes Contact: Chris Bowes
Smith Scott Mullan Associates
20 James Morrison Street Glasgow G1 5PE T: 0141 553 5440 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: http://pagepark.co.uk/ Twitter: @pagepark Contact: Karen Pickering
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The Atrium 6 New Road Ayr KA8 8EX T: 01292 611727 E: email@example.com W: www.l-m-a.co.uk Contact: Stephen McGhee, Principal
29 Eagle Street Craighall Business Park Glasgow G4 9XA T: 0141 353 2040 F: 0141 352 9702 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.mcleanarchitects.co.uk Contact: Don McLean, Janet Cameron, Craig Govan
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16 Rutland Square Edinburgh EH1 2BB T: +44 (0)1312 211565 E: email@example.com W: www.purcelluk.com Twitter: @Purcelluk Contact: Diana Borland, Scott Lindsay SEE PAGE 124
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rankinfraser landscape architecture llp Macmon Chartered Architects 93 St Georgeâ€™s Road Glasgow G3 6JA T: 0141 332 7464 F: 0141 333 1081 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.macmon.co.uk Contact: Roy Maclachlan B.Arch RIAS RIBA, Rob Abbott B.Arch RIAS
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5 Forres Street Edinburgh EH3 6DE T: 0131 226 6991 E: email@example.com W: www.michaellaird.co.uk Twitter: @MLA_Ltd Contact: Jeremy Scott
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T.A.P. (Taylor Architecture Practice Ltd.)
378 Leith Walk Edinburgh EH7 4PF T: 0131 555 1414 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.smith-scott-mullan.co.uk Twitter: @SSMassociates Contact: Alistair Scott, Eugene Mullan
17 Cockburn Street Falkirk FK1 1DJ T: 01324 875723 E: email@example.com W: www.tbbarchitecture.co.uk Contact: Tommy Thomson TBB architecture is based in Falkirk, perfectly placed to carry out projects throughout the Central Scotland Belt. The practice has had a continuous presence in the area for almost 100 years operated by the present owner Tommy Thomson since 1989. As a registered RIAS practice we offer a high level of professional service from initial sketch designs through to managing your building project on site. We specialise in all scales of residential work from the smallest of internal alterations, through to large extensions and one off bespoke houses.
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Studio Four 4 John Street Montrose DD10 8LY T: 01674 660516 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.kerrysmitharchitects.co.uk Twitter: @KS_Architects
130 Cubie Street Glasgow G40 2AF T: 0141 332 9300 F: 0141 342 2299 E: email@example.com W: www.olarchitects.com
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Opfer Logan Architects
42 Forbes Road Edinburgh T: 0131 229 3766 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: roxburghmcewan.co.uk Contact: Liz Roxburgh
6 Darnaway Street Edinburgh EH3 6BG T: 0131 226 7071 E: email@example.com W: www.rankinfraser.com Contact: Chris Rankin, Kenny Fraser
29-30 Maritime Street Admiral House Edinburgh EH6 6SE T: 0131 555 3824 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.taparchitects.co.uk Twitter: @TAParchitects Contact: Neil Taylor T.A.P. are an energetic design studio with a broad & varied portfolio. Father and Son, David and Neil Taylor work with a closeknit team that have a range of experience and complementary skills, allowing each project to be given a high degree of attention, commitment and care. We take the pragmatic issues that constrain every project and synthesise and translate these into compelling and elegant design concepts. Through an engagement with the fine details of the construction, the considered use of appropriate materials and sustainable technologies, we seek to create buildings that will enhance the lives of the occupants.
226 St Vincent St Glasgow. G2 5RQ T: 0141 229 7575 E: email@example.com Moray House, 16-18 Bank St, Inverness. IV1 1QY T: 01463 729929 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.360architecture.com Twitter: @ThreesixtyArch Contact: Glasgow - Alan Anthony, Kieron Goodman, Stef Faiella, Gillian Allan, Inverness - Rory Kellett SEE PAGE 114
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