East Lothian House, Scotland, Architects, Property, Images, Design

East Lothian Property : New Scottish House

Contemporary Scottish House nr Edinburgh, UK

East Lothian House

New Home
Beecher Architect Ltd

East Lothian Property

images : Lucie Vejmelkova

The design is all about the (Geoffrey Bawa taught) attitude that the inside and out side are all part of the same combinations of spaces. Only at Feasibility stage just now, so still a long way to go in developing the design.

New Build House, East Lothian

(Feasibility Stage)

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The design of this substantial family house responds specifically to the clients ambitions and the opportunities presented by the site. Key elements include careful orientation for maximum sun capture, protection from wind and overlooking and consideration of garden spaces as an integral part of the house. Modern spacious interiors revolve around a large central fire place and connect directly to carefully structured garden areas and the sky above.

Tim Beecher has recently set up his practice having previously worked for Malcolm Fraser Architects (Edinburgh), Studio Downie (London) and Geoffrey Bawa (Sri Lanka).

Violin Makers Workshop images / information from Beecher Architect

Also by Beecher Architect:
Violin Makers Workshop, Oxford, England

East Lothian House
Paterson Architects
Modern Scottish House

Missoni Hotel Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols

Scottish Architecture

East Lothian New Town

Homes for the Future

New House

Scottish Housing

East Lothian House – The Rink

Photos of this new East Lothian house from Paterson Architects

East Lothian building : offices

More quality East Lothian Houses welcome: info@edinburgharchitecture.co.uk

East Lothian house : Letham Mains, Haddington

Cramond Houses
Cramond houses
image from Richard Murphy Architects

Pylon House – another country house near Edinburgh
Pylon House
picture from the architect

Buildings / photos for the East Lothian House Architecture pages welcome

East Lothian House Building : page