Shetland Building, Scotland – Architecture

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Buildings in northern Scotland, UK

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Key Shetland Building Projects, alphabetical:

Lerwick Cinema + Music Venue
Design: Gareth Hoskins Architects with Peter Johnson Partnership
Shetland arts venue – The Mareel
To receive £2.1m from SAC Capital Lottery Fund, kickstarting the project 2 years after the competition win
The Mareel : Lerwick Cinema & Music Venue
Mareel Lerwick
photograph © Phatsheep Photography
Shetland Cinema
“Set on an historic waterfront site, this is an important cultural facility. This building embraces theatre, cinema and performance, reflecting and encouraging creativity.”

Old Scatness Visitor Centre Proposal
Old Scatness Visitor Centre

Shetland Museum
Design: BDP Architects
Shetland Museum Photo
photo © Mark Sinclair

Shetland Museum

The Booth, Scalloway
Richard Gibson Architects

Mid Yell Junior High School
Gareth Hoskins Architects with Peter Johnson Partnership
Shetland school building
Gareth Hoskins Architects has won an invited competition with Lerwick based architectural practice Peter Johnson Partnership, to design a new £7.25M junior high school for Shetland Islands Council, on the island of Yell.

More Shetland Architecture projects online soon

Location:Shetland, Scotland

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Pier Arts Centre, Orkney
Pier Arts Centre Stromness
photo © Adrian Welch
Pier Arts Centre Orkney

Inverness College Campus
Design: BDP Architects
Inverness College Campus
image from architects

Inverness College Campus

Culloden Battlefield Visitors Centre
Design: Gareth Hoskins Architects
Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre
photo © Andrew Lee

Culloden Visitors Centre

Scottish Architects

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