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Isabelle Lomholt, Author at Edinburgh Architecture - Page 3 of 145

About Isabelle Lomholt

e-architect Limited, Director & Company Secretary. Isabelle trained to be an architect, is Danish and lives in the UK.

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.

Hilton Edinburgh – Caledonian Hotel, Scotland

Scotland’s first Waldorf Astoria is to open next year following an overhaul of a landmark Edinburgh hotel. The Caledonian Hilton Edinburgh is to be re-branded as a Waldorf Astoria hotel on completion of a £24m investment programme – conversion due to complete by the summer of 2012.

Murrayfield Stadium Building, Edinburgh Rugby Ground

Murrayfield Stadium Building, Scottish Rugby, Location, Picture, Phone, Architecture, Photo Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh Scottish Rugby Ground, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK - Building Information + Images Murrayfield Stadium Murrayfield Rugby Stadium Structurally-expressive cauldron for Scotland’s home internationals Photos of this Scottish rugby ground – exterior + inside the arena: images from Miller Partnership Contact: 0131 346 5000

  • St Andrew Square Edinburgh aerial photo

Edinburgh Schools, Photos – Buildings

The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), in light of the report into the defects that led to the closure of 17 schools in Edinburgh earlier this year and subsequent events, announced the formation of a Commission of Past Presidents to investigate the issue of build quality in the construction industry, and what needs to be done to address it.

  • Wavegarden Scotland at Ratho Quarry

Ratho Adventure Centre: Edinburgh Climbing Centre

Wavegarden Scotland, the company which hopes to develop Scotland’s first artificial wave park, has submitted its planning application today (30 May) after receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback from public consultation events held earlier this year.

  • Ross Pavilion Edinburgh

Ross Bandstand Edinburgh

Seven finalist teams selected to go through to the second stage of the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition, for an outstanding team of architects, landscape designers, engineers and other specialists.