Aberdeenshire Properties, Homes, Cottages, Scottish Residences, Images, Designs
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Aberdeenshire Properties, alphabetical:
St Cyrus House, south east Aberdeenshire
Design: Paterson Architects
image from architect
This new Aberdeenshire home was created by the restoration and extension of the existing, traditional farm steading on the site. The original house has been restored to give an appropriately vernacular external appearance with an open plan interior which accommodates the owner’s business within the property.
Barehillock Steading – Tarland Steading, west Aberdeenshire
Design: Rasmussen Levie Architects
image : from Mike Rasmussen
Extension and redevelopment of traditional granite Aberdeenshire house. The interior of the property with its high ceiling and exposed timber beams has real character. Tarland is located north of Aboyne, set amongst low hills a few miles north of the River Dee.
Aberdeenshire Housing, alphabetical:
Donside Urban Village, Tillydrone, Aberdeen
Architects: Halliday Fraser Munro
Donside Urban Village
– 25-acre brownfield site,
– 278 new homes
’environmentally-friendly urban village’
Developers: Devanha Ltd, Housing Association partnership
320 homes – mix of affordable & private; office space; start up units; shops
Design: Holmes Partnership
The Dyce Housng development – consisting of 36, 2-bedroomed apartments created by Holmes for developers, Quality Street – has been designed with full-height windows and spacious balconies, capitalizing on the open aspects to surrounding farmlands and the River Don.
Design: Smith Scott Mullan Associates
image from architect
An initiative to improve the quality of design in rural areas. The project focussed on creating prototypes for a number of specific situations found in many small towns and villages. These included a cottage, a terrace and a detached family house. Issues such as the incorporation of live/work units were explored and there was a particular emphasis on developing sustainable solutions.
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