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Student Common Rooms

Student Common Rooms – University of Edinburgh

Design: Bergmark Architects Ltd

In the autumn of 2012 Bergmark Architects, leading a multi-disciplinary team, won a competitive bid to design and deliver two extensions to student housing complexes in the centre of Edinburgh; at Sciennes and Robertson’s Close.

3-8 St Andrew Square

St Andrew Square Building, Edinburgh

Design: CDA + Gareth Hoskins Architects

Photos of demolition underway on this site for a £75m speculative office, retail and residential development in Edinburgh city centre. The building is for Standard Life Investments Pooled Pension Property Fund and joint venture partner Peveril Securities.

The demolition phase of this major New Town development is expected to last for 6 months with overall completion planned for Q4 2016.


Caltongate, Edinburgh – News, Development

Photos of the Market Street building demolition progress for this major Old Town redevelopment.

The £150m Caltongate development was approved after more than a decade of controversy and planning hurdles. It is a leisure, retail and office development covering a total area of around 220,000 sqft built on a derelict 5-acre gap site in central Edinburgh.
South African backers Artisan Real Estate Investors began construction of the site this summer with the first of the buildings on the site ready by around Christmas 2015.

Scottish Parliament Entrance

Scottish Parliament Building – Holyrood

Design: Enric Miralles – EMBT/RMJM

Building dating from 2004, located on the Royal Mile in the Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Winner of Stirling Prize + Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture, 2005
Style: contemporary architecture, mixing Catalan + local design influences

Edinburgh University Building

Edinburgh University Buildings, George Square

Edinburgh University Buildings

George Square architecture photographs – featuring Edinburgh University Library by Sir Basil Spence + Glover & Ferguson and the Hume Tower by Robert Matthew, architect – Johnson-Marshall & Partners

St Giles Kirk

St Giles Kirk, Edinburgh, Scotland

St Giles Cathedral is one of Edinburgh’s best known land marks, right at the heart of Midlothian, on The Royal Mile.

In the 16th century, the High Kirk of St Giles under John Knox, was the fountain of the Scottish Reformation and today is known throughout the world as the ‘Mother Church of Presbyterianism’.
St Giles remains the focus of State, national and civic occasions as well as being one of Scotland’s top ten visitor attractions, registering close to half a million visitors each year.


Quartermile, Edinburgh – Flats, Buildings

Quartermile buildings + spaces: images of key architecture around this developing site, taken on 14 Sep 2014

Edinburgh’s Quartermile urban regeneration scheme is poised to benefit from a £170 m investment from its new owner in a bid to drive the development forward. Construction at the 19-acre site largely ground to a halt during the property crash of 2008-9, but a recent upturn in activity means property investor Moorfield, which bought the project from Lloyds-backed developer Gladedale Capital at the end of September, is hopeful of finalising work in 2017.