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ICOSIS Architects – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by ICOSIS, alphabetical:

Hope, Pathhead, South East Scotland
Date built: 2008
Hope Pathhead
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Hope Pathhead
The new house, named “Hope” after the site, is positioned where there was previously a large timber-framed, corrugated iron clad agricultural shed. The building sits into the slope of the site, taking advantage of the existing hole left after the demolition of the barn.
The approach is at a mid-level on the site, allowing the main living accommodation to be on the upper “entrance level”. Bedrooms, bathrooms, utility room, and a study are on the more private lower level, which overlooks fields to the south.

Pittencrieff Park, Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline, Scotland
Date built: 2009-
Glen Pavilion Dunfermline
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Glen Pavilion Dunfermline
One of the main practical issues is the layout of the building with the Kitchen at one end and the only route to the main hall via the Glen suite. This makes it difficult to lease the building to more than one group at a time, severely limiting its potential. The external stage to the north is also infrequently used whilst the internal stage is regarded as too small and with poor access for events set-up.

Private House near Eddleston, Scottish Borders, Scotland
Date built: 2009-
Scottish Borders house
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Scottish Borders house extension

Signal Station House, North Queensferry, Scotland
Date built: 2005
Signal Station House
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Signal Station House

Sycamore House, near Biggar, Scotland
Date built: 2007-08
Sycamore House
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Sycamore House

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