Below are some of our recent residential projects.
New build residential development of 39 flats on a prominent location in the north of Glasgow overlooking Springburn Road.
The design featured a “book-end” arrangement of 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom duplex flats creating a landmark building that completed a line of existing traditional tenements.
Using a timber frame to form the 5-storey structure meant that the design had to account for progressive collapse as well as settlement between the timber and masonry construction.
New build residential development on the site of the former Vinter’s pub.
Sandwiched between the Category A listed Custom House and the Euro Hostel, the site takes advantage of a southern aspect over the river Clyde.
A mix of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments were created over 12 storeys with the 2 uppermost storeys designed as individual penthouses.
Construction of the building adopted a post-tension concrete frame with natural stone, concrete and terracotta cladding panels.
New build mixed-use development, creating over 100 flats and 3 commercial units.
Bound by the Gallowgate and London Rd to the north and south and Charlotte Street and Moir Street to the east and west respectively, the site was wrapped in 4 basic blocks of accommodation, ranging in height from 5 to 8 storeys.
The resultant internal courtyard was maximised to provide residents with high-quality amenity through enhanced lighting, landscaping and bespoke bike storage.
West Pilton II
Regeneration of the West Pilton area of Edinburgh to provide a total of 240 new affordable homes.
Phases 1/2 were completed circa 2005 and comprise 4 blocks of flatted accommodation, alongside a mix of 2 storey terraced and semi-detached houses.
Phase 3/4 (opposite right)was redesigned in 2011 and are due for completion mid-2013.
New build residential development on a restricted site bound by March St and Nithsdale St to the front with a railway cutting at the rear.
The development comprises 18no one bedroom apartments over three upper storeys with secure parking on the ground floor.
The scale, form and appearance of the building had to be carefully considered due to the proximity of the Strathbungo conservation area.