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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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Branshogle

Mains of Branshogle in Stirlingshire is en extensively remodelled cottage with strong ecological approach. To take advantage of passive solar gain and to use the massive stone external walls as a heat sink, a new sun porch runs the entire length of the south elevation.

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Craighouse

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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Dundas Home Farm

Dundas Home Farm is an impressive 19th century steading adapted to form 13 unique homes. The existing buildings and their historical features have been respectfully treated and carefully conserved.

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Hartford Hall

Hartford Hall is a category II* listed building located in Northumberland. Six flats, ten terraced houses and nine detached houses have been built in the grounds of the house as part of an Enabling Works project.

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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.

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