Old Glennan Bothy

The conversion of a beautiful ruin next to a standing stone involved unusual complexities in obtaining Scheduled Monument and other consents for this bothy which has no access, water or drainage and has been a self-build project.

Argyll

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The conversion of a beautiful ruin next to a standing stone involved unusual complexities in obtaining Scheduled Monument and other consents for this bothy which has no access, water or drainage and has been a self-build project.

Sun Room for House

The owners of this simple and unusually highly energy efficient family house, designed by Mary Tindall in 1975 and known by them as Mary’s House, wanted an conservatory.

By Nethybridge, Inverness-shire

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The owners of this simple and unusually highly energy efficient family house, designed by Mary Tindall in 1975 and known by them as Mary’s House, wanted an conservatory.

Melgund Castle

Perhaps the best Tower House project in the last 20 years, the design is unique in many respects and has proved to be an important contribution to the debate concerning the repair and restoration of Scottish ruins.

Aberlemno, Forfarshire

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Perhaps the best Tower House project in the last 20 years, the design is unique in many respects and has proved to be an important contribution to the debate concerning the repair and restoration of Scottish ruins.

Steading Conversion

The brief was to convert a fine steading building into a farmer’s home. The original steading complex with two open courtyards is an interesting example, both in plan and details, particularly the cantilevered roof structure to the central spine.

East Lothian

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The brief was to convert a fine steading building into a farmer’s home. The original steading complex with two open courtyards is an interesting example, both in plan and details, particularly the cantilevered roof structure to the central spine.

Bothy Conversion – Borders

Built as a barn and originally altered by the Practice to form a gallery in the 1980s, the bothy was insulated and lined internally to create a habitable living space for use as a holiday let with a new timber framed extension housing an attractive bedroom and bathroom.

Scottish Borders

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Built as a barn and originally altered by the Practice to form a gallery in the 1980s, the bothy was insulated and lined internally to create a habitable living space for use as a holiday let with a new timber framed extension housing an attractive bedroom and bathroom.

Private House, Extension – Midlothian

This extension to an existing mews building is a mix traditional and modern. It is constructed with local material and a traditional crucked frame.

Midlothian

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This extension to an existing mews building is a mix traditional and modern. It is constructed with local material and a traditional crucked frame.

Ford House

Designing a flexible and major extension to provide for independent living to an unspoilt Grade A Listed Building is not a simple task.

Ford, Midlothian

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Designing a flexible and major extension to provide for independent living to an unspoilt Grade A Listed Building is not a simple task.

A Highland Home in a National Park

The design of this family house is based on capturing a magnificent view whilst nestling into an ancient landscape. This is achieved through careful siting, a sensitive broken form, turf roofs, colour and landscaping.

Scotland

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The design of this family house is based on capturing a magnificent view whilst nestling into an ancient landscape. This is achieved through careful siting, a sensitive broken form, turf roofs, colour and landscaping.

Highland Cottage, Alteration and Extension

Located in a picturesque part of the highlands, this traditional single storey stone cottage was in a poor state of repair and hadn’t been used for some years. The brief was for a retirement home with 2 bedrooms and good storage.

Cairngorms

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Located in a picturesque part of the highlands, this traditional single storey stone cottage was in a poor state of repair and hadn’t been used for some years. The brief was for a retirement home with 2 bedrooms and good storage.

8 Houses on Barra

These eight houses for Barra & Vatersay Housing Association were the product of a year-long community consultation process undertaken by the Practice and Housing Association.

Cuithir, Isle of Barra

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These eight houses for Barra & Vatersay Housing Association were the product of a year-long community consultation process undertaken by the Practice and Housing Association.