Cowane’s Hospital – Alterations

Cowane’s Hospital is Scotland’s finest Guildhall owned by the oldest charity in the country. Originally designed by Robert Mylne, the King’s Mastermason, it has undergone radical alterations on many occasions.

Stirling

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Cowane’s Hospital is Scotland’s finest Guildhall owned by the oldest charity in the country. Originally designed by Robert Mylne, the King’s Mastermason, it has undergone radical alterations on many occasions.

New Link – St Peter’s Lutton Place

To provide improved facilities for a busy church, an awkward link between the 1930s Church Hall and the 1858 Church has been transformed to provide a welcoming, enjoyable and easy access between the two, as well as a lift over three levels, extensive toilets, a new kitchen, Choir Vestry and general meeting point.

Edinburgh

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To provide improved facilities for a busy church, an awkward link between the 1930s Church Hall and the 1858 Church has been transformed to provide a welcoming, enjoyable and easy access between the two, as well as a lift over three levels, extensive toilets, a new kitchen, Choir Vestry and general meeting point.

Springfield Parish Church

Springfield Parish Church in Fife asked us to alter their relatively plain church into an attractive, flexible and widely accessible place for contemporary worship and wider community use.

Springfield, Fife

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Springfield Parish Church in Fife asked us to alter their relatively plain church into an attractive, flexible and widely accessible place for contemporary worship and wider community use.

Edinburgh Steiner School – Growing Spaces

The Coach House is the first phase of a £9m Masterplan at the Edinburgh Steiner School.

Edinburgh

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The Coach House is the first phase of a £9m Masterplan at the Edinburgh Steiner School.

Bonnington House – Jupiter Artland

Bonnington House sits at the heart of a beautiful historic landscape and the contemporary sculpture park Jupiter Artland.

Wilkieston, Edinburgh

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Bonnington House sits at the heart of a beautiful historic landscape and the contemporary sculpture park Jupiter Artland.

The Museum of Edinburgh – Phase 1

The Museum of Edinburgh houses part of the City’s very fine and exceedingly varied collections, and it occupies a group of Grade ‘A’ listed buildings, the largest collection of c.16th urban buildings in Scotland.

Canongate, Edinburgh

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The Museum of Edinburgh houses part of the City’s very fine and exceedingly varied collections, and it occupies a group of Grade ‘A’ listed buildings, the largest collection of c.16th urban buildings in Scotland.

The Queen’s Gallery

Benjamin Tindall Architects were appointed after a limited competition. The central visual theme is a celebration of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, expressed through a series of arches and screens that lead visitors from the entrance to the exhibition spaces beyond.

The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Mile, Edinburgh

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Benjamin Tindall Architects were appointed after a limited competition. The central visual theme is a celebration of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, expressed through a series of arches and screens that lead visitors from the entrance to the exhibition spaces beyond.

St Peter’s Episcopal Church – Edinburgh

Previously cold, whitewashed and inadequately lit, the interior of St Peter’s has been transformed with new lighting and a rich stencil scheme, based loosely on pictorial and uncovered evidence of the original 1860 scheme.

Lutton Place, Edinburgh

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Previously cold, whitewashed and inadequately lit, the interior of St Peter’s has been transformed with new lighting and a rich stencil scheme, based loosely on pictorial and uncovered evidence of the original 1860 scheme.

Channel Island House – Interior

A dream project, including everything from landscape to furniture and ironmongery. The style of the work has been contemporary, bringing out the history of the place with sensitivity and subtlety.

Channel Islands

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A dream project, including everything from landscape to furniture and ironmongery. The style of the work has been contemporary, bringing out the history of the place with sensitivity and subtlety.

Edinburgh Festival Centre – The Hub

Awards: Scottish Design Award (2000) ‘Best Regeneration Project’, Conservation Medal (1999) Edinburgh Architectural Association.

Lawnmarket, Edinburgh

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Awards: Scottish Design Award (2000) ‘Best Regeneration Project’, Conservation Medal (1999) Edinburgh Architectural Association.