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Isabelle Lomholt, Author at Edinburgh Architecture - Page 2 of 145

About Isabelle Lomholt

e-architect Limited, Director & Company Secretary. Isabelle trained to be an architect, is Danish and lives in the UK.
  • EAA Building of the Year Award for 2017

EAA Awards 2018, Edinburgh

Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards shortlist news. Judges were Denise Bennetts FRIAS - Director of Bennetts Associates, Rob Goodburn RIAS, Tom Rainey RIAS, and Dallas Mechan - Museums, Archives and Galleries Manager at ON with Fife Cultural Trust.

  • National Marine Centre in North Berwick Building

Scottish Seabird Centre, Ornithology

Petition signed by almost 3,000 people against £5.5 m National Marine Centre in North Berwick designed by architects Simpson & Brown, an extension to Scottish Seabird Centre building.

  • The Maltings Haddington home extension

East Lothian House Extension

Black timber-clad house with architect-designed extension in East Lothian: Haddington home for sale - featuring handmade pippy oak-topped kitchen island, garden view dining room extension and master bedroom balcony with views up the river.

Dynamic Earth – Edinburgh

Dynamic Earth, Building, Edinburgh, Photo, Architect, Location, Date, Image Dynamic Earth Edinburgh Visitor Attraction Holyrood, Scotland – design by Michael Hopkins & Partners Dynamic Earth Location: Holyrood Rd, Edinburgh Old Town Date: 1999 Design: Michael Hopkins Dynamic Earth Address: 112-116 Holyrood Rd Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH8 8AS Phone: +44 (0)131 550 7800 Tent Structure: Entry image

Edinburgh Houses – Lothian Property

Edinburgh House, Photos, Architects, Properties, News, Projects, Info, Images Edinburgh Houses Property in Edinburgh & Lothian, east Scotland – Architecture Resource Edinburgh House – Latest Design House at Wester Coates photo : Paul Zanre House at Wester Coates designed by Zone Architects: The Old Schoolyard is a new villa in a conservation area just west

Jenners, Edinburgh Department Store – Shop

Jenners shop at 47 Princes Street, Edinburgh’s most famous Department Store. The new Jenners store formally re-opened in 1895. The building was ahead of its time for Scotland, with lavish electrical lighting, hydraulic lifts and air conditioning.