Morris and Steedman Architects, Scotland, Photos, Buildings, Designs, Images

Morris and Steedman Associates

Modern Scottish Architects Practice – Edinburgh Design Studio, Scotland

Morris and Steedman Associates – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by this 20th Century Scottish architectural practice, alphabetical:

Christian Salvesen office building, East Fettes, north Edinburgh, Scotland

Christian Salvesen building
building image © Adrian Welch
East Fettes Edinburgh
This office building was demolished for new housing, developed for CALA, and designed by Michael Laird Architects (MLA). The complex contains 89 apartments in five rotational cruciform blocks and 12 townhouses. The Project Architect was Adrian Welch, Founding Editor of the e-architect website.

Esso Hotel, Haymarket, west Edinburgh, Scotland

Esso Hotel
building photo © Adrian Welch
1 Osborne Terrace is to be redeveloped by the large international architectural firm of Broadway Malyan Architects. Planning submission for Osborne Terrace Ltd. This property development has been given the title ‘The Modernist’.

Edinburgh University buildings, central-south Edinburgh, Scotland
Dates built:
Health Centre: 1974
Student Centre: 1976
Night Club: 1997
Morris and Steedman building
building: photo © Adrian Welch
Edinburgh University Student Centre building

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Key Projects by Morris and Steedman Associates, alphabetical:

Almondell footbridge, Almondell Country Park, East Calder, West Lothian

Avisfield, Cramond, northwest Edinburgh, Scotland
Date built: 1958
Cramond house

BP Installation, Dalmeny Tank Farm, West Lothian, Scotland
Dates built: 1974/75

Corrour Lodge, Loch Ossian, Highlands, Scotland
Lead Design: Moshe Safdie Architects
Corrour Lodge designed by architect Moshe Safdie.

Countryside Commission & Interpretation Centre, Battleby, Perth, Scotland
Date built: 1974

Couston Castle, Aberdour, Fife, Scotland – just north east of Dalgety Bay
Ian Begg Architect Morris and Steedman Associates
Couston Castle
This historic structure is an L-plan tower house dating from the late sixteenth or early seventeenth centuries. The building is located at the edge of Otterston Loch in Fife, eastern Scotland. It is built on the site of an earlier building.

Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Princes St Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland
In the mid-eighties this architecture practice were commissioned to produce detailed plans for a 10000 seat arena, unveiled in 1989
Edinburgh Tattoo proposal

Greywalls Hotel extension, East Lothian, Scotland

Greywalls Hotel – one of the finest buildings in East Lothian, an architectural gem, with high quality restaurant. The large property dates from 1901 and is designed by eminent British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, in his typical Arts & Craftss style.

James Morris’ own home – glass house, Humbie, East Lothian, Scotland

Morris Residence, Woodcote, Fala, Midlothian, Scotland

Princess Margaret Rose Hospital – Nurses Unit, south Edinburgh, Scotland
Date built: 1965
This Orthopaedic Wing was listed but later destroyed for new housing
Link: Princess Margaret Rose houses by Malcolm Fraser Architects

65-67 Ravelston Dykes Road, west Edinburgh, Scotland
Date built: 1963
Mary Erskine’s School : Ravelston Dykes houses

Sauchie Main Street, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland

Tomlinson House, Cramond, Edinburgh, Scotland
Date built: 1955
Design: James Morris Architects

Wolfson Institute, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland
Dates built: 1970/71
Link: Wolfson Medical School Building

Yellow Craigs, Scotland

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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

Morris and Steedman Practice Information

The Modernist architects practice Morris and Steedman was formed in 1958, in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

The architect office is still active at the time of checking – 19th of March 2020.

Address: 38 Young St N Ln, Edinburgh EH2 4JD, United Kingdom

Phone: +44 131 226 6563

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