Papple Steading Phase One

Scotland’s national architecture awards RIAS Awards Winner 2023 A separate block south of the main Papple Steading, originally Grieve’s Cottage, implement Shed and stores. Re-designed as visitor accommodation for the future Agricultural Heritage Centre. DESCRIPTION: Site: Located in the open arable landscape south of Haddington the steading is one of Scotland’s finest groups of farm […]

Murthly Signal Box

A redundant two storey timber signal box, beside the former Highland Railway. DESCRIPTION: Site: Murthly Station, Murthly Building Form: Elaborate two storey McKenzie and Holland Signal Box, circa 1898 relocated from Inverness in 1919. Stripped of mechanical control gear by Network Rail in the 1970’s and boarded up, this is a rare survivor of a […]

Lauder Road, Edinburgh, Improvements and Alterations to stone villa

New Kitchen, Bathroom and Garden Access Window to a Stone Villa   DESCRIPTION A detached stone villa in the Grange Conservation Area. The three storey building had been extended to the rear in the 1920’s with a 2 story brick extension, used at one time as a private school. This extension was completely un-insulated. The […]

Beachcote, Dunbar

Conversion of Attic to Bedrooms and Shower Room  DESCRIPTION: The site is located beside the beach at Dunbar Harbour with views North to Fife. A steeply sloping garden and restricted site access preclude a large extension although a new glazed sunroom has been designed for the South Facing rear entrance.  Originally the Golf Club House, […]

Overfield, East Lothian

Conversion of two Cottages and a Barn to one new House DESCRIPTION: The location is rural with stunning views of Traprain Law, Berwick Law and the Bass Rock to the North. In common with many similar Steadings the stone barns had been unused since the 1960’s. The Steading is formed around a courtyard with a […]

Garden Screen


Wythburn Place, London

Conversion of small former coach house, to two bedroom main door flat.

Roseneath Place, Edinburgh

Designed and hosted by Lunaria, Edinburgh