Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology



Pisgah is a Ristol development of two large family homes near Dunblane. As a former rural sawmill, the site led to the concept of using wide boards of timber cladding next to back bedded Caithness Stone.

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Laidneskea is an attractive traditional 19th century steading built above the river Tay near Aberfeldy. The site was adapted to form a number of unique homes with a further detached new home built on the footprint of a former farm building.

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Wormistoune Pavilions

The two new pavilion buildings, providing holiday accommodation, sit within in the grounds of Wormistoune House. The style of the new pavilions is deliberately historicist so as not to jar with the subtle character of the walled garden.

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Mayfield Terrace

Alterations and extension to a large Victorian villa in south Edinburgh. Works included an extension and sun terrace with new cast iron spiral stair. Internally a new cantilevering oak stair was added providing access to the sun room.

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Simpson & Brown formed part of a wider design team for the proposed residential development at the former Napier University site on Easter Craiglockhart Hill in south Edinburgh.

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Ashmore House

Simpson & Brown designed a garden room extension for this category B-listed building. The new extension provides a family dining and living room, with direct access into the garden.

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