Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology



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

David Marshall Lodge

A purpose built ticket and office building built for at the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre near Aberfoyle. It provides facilities for the high rope adventure company ‘Go-Ape’ and houses a wood-fuel storage bunker and boiler.

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Dawyck Gateway

Opening in 2008 the award winning new gateway buildings at The Royal Botanic Gardens in Dawyck replaced the existing facilities providing extensive new accommodation for visitors, staff and equipment.

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Dumfries House

This conservation plan was subsequently completed to support work that was undertaken prior to opening the property to the public in summer, 2008. The four-volume conservation plan includes a gazetteer of the house and a separate gazetteer for the designed landscape, including buildings and other key features.

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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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Dunfermline Carnegie Library

The Dunfermline Carnegie Library is a category B-listed building in the centre of Dunfermline. The library building consists of three main phases of construction. The first was the library as completed in 1883 – designed by J C Walker – this was the first Andrew Carnegie-funded public library in the world. The building was then altered and extended by J Shearer – the design and construction of this phase was interrupted by the First World War and was finally completed in 1922.

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Dunvegan Castle

A £1M roof works contract at category A listed Dunvegan Castle on the isle of Skye was completed in 2012. Additional work at the castle has included a new ticket office and window repairs.

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