Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Thomson's Tower

Thomson's Tower is a restored octagonal curling house by W H Playfair, built for the Duddingston Curling Society in 1825. It is located on the north side of Duddingston Loch to the south-east of Edinburgh.

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Living North Pennines

Living North Pennines is a Heritage Lottery and English Heritage funded project improving access and protecting at risk buildings and structures throughout the North Pennines region. The project was carried out in three phases over a period of four years.

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Priory Doocot

All three disciplines of Simpson & Brown - architecture, heritage consultancy and archaeology - were involved in the repair and restoration of this category A listed, 16th century beehive-shaped doocot near the sea shore in Crail.

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