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Lanark Road Eco House

This Eco House on Lanark Road in south Edinburgh is a purpose-built home for a retired client, in the grounds of their existing large Victorian villa.

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Langley Castle Hotel

A contemporary dining pavilion extension to the grade 1 listed Langley Castle in Northumberland. The pavilion touches the castle walls lightly minimising the impact of the new against the powerful composition of the original structure.

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Lawhead Steading

Lawhead Steading was formerly part of the Tynninghame Estate in East Lothian. When Tighmor, a development company specialising in rural homes, purchased the site, Simpson & Brown, was asked to produce a scheme to convert the now redundant steading into a number of unique homes.

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Laws Close

This remarkable building in Kirkcaldy may be the best preserved 16th century house in any Scottish burgh. After a 20 year restoration project the building now provides office space and retail units, predominantly for the creative industries.

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Lews Castle

This mixed use scheme includes the comprehensive fabric repair of the castle to form a high quality hospitality venue and the creation of a new contemporary museum. The project is a collaboration with Malcolm Fraser Architects.

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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 at five sites, across the North Pennines. The project was carried out in three phases over a period of four years.

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