Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology



The category A-listed Auchinleck House was built between 1755 and 1762. A full restoration was carried out by Simpson & Brown over two phases. The house is now a luxury holiday let run by the Landmark Trust.

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Blackburn House

Major restoration works were carried out at the category A-listed 18th century Blackburn House between 2005 and 2008. The house and outbuildings now provide office and studio space for the creative industries.

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Liberton Tower

Liberton Tower is a 15th century fortified house on a hill top site with outstanding views over Edinburgh. The derelict tower was restored to form unique holiday accommodation.

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Since 1990, Simpson & Brown has been retained by the National Trust to carry out ongoing restoration, repair and surveying works at Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland.

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The National Trust appointed Simpson & Brown to research and develop strategies for the future of Gibside Estate, considered one of the most important eighteenth-century designed landscapes in England.

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Historic Scotland Castles Publication

We were appointed in 2009 to produce 'A Guide to Castle and Tower-House Restoration in Scotland' on behalf of Historic Scotland. The report was written by our architects, archaeologists and architectural historians.

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