Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology

Menu

Filter

Archaeology
Heritage Consultancy
Museums, Galleries & Visitor Centres
Places of Worship
Leisure & Commercial
Residential
Castles & Country Estates
Landscapes, Ruins & Monuments

Kelvingrove Bandstand

A conservation management plan for the Glasgow Building Preservation Trust to assist in the restoration of the category B listed bandstand and amphitheatre.

Project Link →

Kingsbarns Distillery

Kingsbarns is a proposed malt whisky distillery on the Cambo Estate south-east of St Andrews. The category B-listed East Newhall farm steading will be used for the distillation and storing the whisky using traditional artisan methods.

Project Link →

Kings Theatre, Glasgow

Works at the Kings Theatre included rebuilding the stalls and upper circle floor, installing a flexible orchestra pit, new seating throughout and strengthening works to the upper circle balcony front.

Project Link →

Kinross House

One of the most important and earliest complete neo-Classical houses in Scotland, Kinross House is a building of outstanding significance. Designed by Sir William Bruce for himself in the late 17th century, the building remained remarkably unaltered through the 18th and 19th centuries.

Project Link →

Kirkhope Tower

Addyman Archaeology was commissioned to complete a desk-based assessment on the history of Kirkhope Tower. The client purchased and renovated the tower in the 1990s and had a number of questions he hoped could be answered by historical research and archaeological investigation.

Project Link →

Laidneskea

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.

Project Link →