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21 Jul 2017
Threesixty Architecture submits Inverness Museum + Art Gallery for planning
The Highland Council, in collaboration with Threesixty Architecture and Lightfolio, have developed proposals for enhancing the urban environment surrounding the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG).
pentastyle comes to Inverness
Frankfurt am Main, 29 March 2017 – Inverness, capital of the Highlands of Scotland, now has a fully refurbished pentahotel, bringing the penta group’s innovative “neighbourhood-lifestyle” approach to four-star hospitality to the heart of this strikingly beautiful city.
The 90 rooms, arranged on five floors, have undergone a complete makeover in the fresh and engaging pentastyle, where mattresses specially made for penta offer an exceptional standard of sleep. Its trademark pentalounge – combining reception, 24/7 bar and lounge, with pool table, game consoles and delicious food – is designed as a gathering place where visitors, locals and the business community can relax and mingle.
Set on Academy Street, just 100 yards from the station and 8 miles from the international airport, pentahotel Inverness is perfectly placed to serve all participants in the life of this city. Inverness is the fourth most popular tourist destination in the UK: gateway to the Highlands, close to Loch Ness and Culloden, and with plenty to see in the city itself. It is also a burgeoning centre for academic and medical research and education, and associated businesses and start-ups.
Pentahotels’ Managing Director, Alastair Thomann, comments: “It’s always exciting to present our latest hotel design, and to give our guests the opportunity to experience pentastyle at first hand – especially at pentahotels Inverness, which, of all our hotels, has the largest share of leisure guests. With its unique blend of four-star comfort and the inclusive neighbourhood vibe of the pentalounge offering great drinks and the best steaks in town, we want pentahotel Inverness to be the first choice for tourists and local businesses alike, and their guests, friends and families.”
pentahotel Inverness is one of six UK pentahotels, all of which (with the exception of Reading) have now been refurbished in the new pentastyle. It represents a massive investment in the important UK segment of this dynamic and fast-growing international brand, which is on target to expand from 27 properties to 80 around the world by 2020.
With 27 hotels across seven countries over two continents, pentahotels offers individual and business travellers comfort and style in a relaxed atmosphere. The hallmark of the hotel chain is the pentalounge – a combination of lounge, bar, café and reception – that stands out with its “living room” look and feel. For further information and bookings, please visit www.pentahotels.com
Bridge St Inverness
The unpopular retail and office development on the south side of Bridge Street, dating from the Sixties and owned by Morston Assets, is due to be redeveloped by Morston Tulloch Developments, no architect announced as yet.
Centre for Health Science
Keppie Design / Bennetts Associates
photo © Ewen Weatherspoon
Centre Health Science Inverness
Bennetts Associates, architects created the initial concept of Phases 1 & 2 and handed over the role to Keppie to realise Phase 1 and continue the design process through phases 2 and 3.
Eastgate Shopping Centre Extension + new Inverness Town Square
Architects: Hurd Rolland Partnership
Inverness building for Isis Asset Management
Scottish Natural Heritage HQ Building
photo : Michael Wolchover
Great Glen House
Officially opened Oct 2006 by the First Minister
Uses natural ventilation + solar cooling
Scotland’s Housing Expo – new Inverness Housing
Cadell2 – Masterplan Architects ; various architects
image from architects
Highland Housing Fair
Scotland’s first Housing Expo in Inverness: The Expo aimed to give a national focus to the design of our built environment and associated issues from the development of low Carbon design strategies to the complementary roles of design and sustainability within both public and private housing.
Highland Housing Fair Competition 2007
Inverness Developments – no links, alphabetical:
Bridge St Inverness – redevelopment
Architect : n/a
Eden Theatre, Bishops Road
Highland Archive Building
LDN Architects’ building for Highland Council incl. registration service, archive conservation unit, family history centre and offices. Completion will allow the return of archives to the Highlands presently stored in Edinburgh. On site 2008-09
Key architecture in Inverness area, alphabetical:
Castle Stuart, Tornagrain
Duany Plater-Zyberk and Company
photo © Neale Smith
Brennan & Wilson Architects
The Mercat Regional Arts Centre, Dingwall
Keith Williams Architects
photo : Keith Hunter
Building by Austin Smith: Lord – £40m whisky distillery in Moray – Scotland’s first new whisky distillery for more than 30 years, for international drinks company Diageo. The distillery at Roseisle is located near Burghead.
Whiteness Head, Ardersier
Highlands new town
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