Architecture Walking Tours
Adrian Welch, editor

About Adrian Welch

Director at e-architect Attended Banchory Academy Lives in United Kingdom
  • Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Architecture firm, LBA has secured planning permission for a series of four contemporary family homes specifically designed to knit sensitively into the context on the existing sloping and elevated site at Baberton Avenue, Juniper Green.

  • New Leith Walk Music Venue

New Leith Walk Music Venue

Drum Property Group revised proposals for Stead’s Place, Edinburgh after consultation with local community: a row of independent retail, restaurant and entertainment units onto Leith Walk in a red sandstone façade, with a new live music venue.

  • Gayfield Square apartment building

Gayfield Square Residential Development

LBA, a leading Edinburgh-based firm of architects, secure Planning approval for the eleven-apartment luxury residential development in the city centre. They are appointed to take the project forward with housing developers Mactaggart and Mickel, who purchased the site with planning approval.

  • The Ross Fountain, Credit City of Edinburgh Council

Edinburgh Stone Structures

3 stone structures we LOVE in Edinburgh: Stones are one of the world’s oldest building materials, and they remain one of the most durable materials on the planet.

  • Trailer office of Andreas Stavropoulos

Offices that Architects create for themselves

Offices that architects create for themselves – what details they include: architects are creatives that need the best possible ambiance for working. It would be a paradox if architects would work in dull offices.

  • Buchan House Malmaison Hotel St Andrew Square Edinburgh

Edinburgh Architects Building Materials

Edinburgh architects: here are the building materials you’re NOT considering: builders like to think big. The tallest skyscrapers, the longest highways, the most intricate designs perfected in the most virtuoso ways.

  • Edinburgh George Street

GPR Surveys – Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Surveys are used in the pre-planning stage of various excavation works, in order to secure the safety of the process. The ground penetrating radar surveys the underground, gathering information about cables and other ductwork that may interfere with your excavation works.

  • Statue of Elsie, Ross Fountain

Historic Pubs and Taverns of Edinburgh

The most historic and iconic pubs and taverns of Edinburgh: the Scottish capital city with a long and rich heritage is a favoured location for those who love a pint in a traditional pub.