20 Haymarket Yards is a mixed-use office and hotel brownfield development within the evolving business district around Edinburgh’s Haymarket Station. The proposal is a benchmark project that responds to the shift in occupier demand towards sustainable workspaces that focus on the wellbeing of workers and that meet the requirements of evolving Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies. The ten storey, 183,000 sqft office building is targeting a BREEAM rating of “Outstanding” and NABERS 5* with excellent public transport connectivity, a […]Continue reading
Nestled at the base of the A-listed Linkview House in the heart of Leith, the project aims to sensitively insert new affordable homes into the existing urban grain of the historic Kirkgate setting and Leith’s valued Conservation Area. The clients’ aspirations are to provide high quality homes with 50% being design for growing families. The project aims to create a strong sense of identity, providing a great place for people to live, work, and enjoy; creating a new thriving community […]Continue reading
A House of Clay & Bronze
A House of Clay & Bronze is the restoration and extension of a wonderful traditional building in the North-East of Scotland that had fallen into disrepair— to create a contemporary and contextual rural home. Our client fell in love with the historic Doocot on this secluded site, and from the earliest part of the design process it was important that the Doocot remain the vertically dominant element on the site. By contrast, the bulk of the house would ‘sink’ into […]Continue reading
The Watch House Renovation of 250 year old listed building on Fife Coastal Route.
The project is for the complete renovation and retro fitting of The Watch House, in Crail. The house is 250 years old and C listed. It sits within the conservation area in Crail, overlooking the Firth of Forth and The Isle of May. The full Crail Castle sandstone wall, behind the house and the wall leading down to the shoreline were included in the images, drawings and documentation and recognised by Alan Dunlop as an important part of the overall […]Continue reading