Designed by Wilson Gunn Architects, The Royal Wharf Living For Retirement development is designed for the over 55s, providing the services and amenities for an active and fulfilling retirement.
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, is the designer behind a new animal science innovation centre and campus hub opened at the University of Edinburgh by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.
HolmesMiller’s design developed through a detailed consultation process with key stakeholders from the different client bodies and staff. These meetings have allowed a detailed understanding of the particular needs of the services and users and the patients they serve.
Edinburgh’s former Royal Infirmary Surgical Hospital, a category-A listed building at the heart of the Quartermile development, has received detailed planning permission to become a major new facility for the University of Edinburgh.
Design: Hoskins Architects
New architectural designs for the controversial proposed hotel at Edinburgh’s former Royal High School have been revealed, with a reduction in scale.
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Design: Fletcher Joseph Associates
Primarily, the scheme has been updated to include a 111% increase in proposed residential accommodation provision across the site.
Design: Beecher Architect Ltd
The client brief was for a house that was modern, uplifting and materially substantial which would connect positively to its context. It is a new-build house on a former garden site that in many respects is a contemporary reinterpretation of the Georgian Villa.
Design: Lee Boyd Designers + Architects
Residents in the village of Humbie, in East Lothian, have welcomed the recent opening of the new Humbie Hub in the heart of the village.
Design: Lee Boyd, architects
St Martin of Tours Episcopal Church is a B listed Victorian church in the centre of Edinburgh. The church building, like many from the 19th Century, is struggling to provide the congregation and community with accommodation that meets contemporary expectations.