It’s been a busy last few months, with lots of new and exciting jobs coming into the office. We’re also delighted that we’ve recently picked up a Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Award for our Heath Cottage project, in addition to winning both best new-build house, and best building overall, at the Cairngorms National Park Design Awards!
We’re delighted that our Heath Cottage project has been shortlisted for a 2016 Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Award! #fingerscrossed!
We were delighted to win a Scottish Design Award for our Portsoy Boatbuilding Centre at the annual dinner in Glasgow on 25th May.
Construction has started on our cantilevered house at Upper Parkbrae, Aberdeenshire. It’s great to see the foundations starting, for what should be a very exciting house, on a magnificent site.
It was great to see our zero-heating house at Newe, Strathdon, in the Cairngorms completed recently in time for a rash of Spring snow.
This house is heated using solar gain, combined with a mechanical ventilation heat recovery system, and uses a simple materials palette of Siberian Larch and stacked stone cladding to help it sit comfortably within the landscape.
More images coming soon to the project page found here.
We’re delighted that our Portsoy Boatbuilding Centre has been nominated for a Scottish Design Award in the Leisure / Culture Category!
Fingers crossed ahead of the awards dinner on May 25th.
More information can be found here – http://www.scottishdesignawards.com/
Our house extension project at Braemar Place, in Aberdeen, is moving along well, with an anticipated summer 2016 site start.
This is one of our smallest ongoing projects, but definitely one of our favourites in the office!
Planning was recently approved for a new house and outbuildings in Glenbuchat, Aberdeenshire, located inside the Cairngorms National Park.
A large ‘barn-style’ house with replace the ruined dwelling currently on site, while contemporary zinc-clad structures will slide inside the reconstructed stone skins of two currently dilapidated outbuildings.
We’re delighted to announce that our Portsoy Boatbuilding Centre won an Aberdeen Society of Architects Design Award, at the recent Centenary Dinner!
As a result we’ve now been nominated for the RIAS Awards, and as a result the long-list for the Andrew Doolan Award for the Best Building in Scotland, which is very exciting, particularly coming this year during the 2016 Scottish Festival of Architecture. We’d like to say a big thank you to our client the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival.
We’re delighted that our Heath Cottage project has been featured in the current edition of Homes & Interiors Scotland, part of which can also be found online here