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anabo housing : Concept Home
Future Housing Concept by Andrew Stoane architect, Edinburgh, Scotland
page updated 12 Jul 2016
A new concept in housing
Design: andrew stoane architect
Image Update, 3 May 2009
Planning permission has just been received for the first anabo prototype, for a site in Edinburgh University’s King’s Buildings campus. The house, a viola anabo 80, will be used as a live test bed for anabo’s technology and construction methods and, on completion, will become a show home.
The prototype by Andrew Stoane will be used to fully test the efficiency of the solar roof, recycled exhaust air heating and hot water system.
The completed anabo house should be ready to view by early summer 2009.
Andry Stoane is in discussion with landowners over sites in West Lothian and Midlothian which could accommodate between fifteen and twenty anabo houses each.
“Andrew Stoane first established an architecture studio in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1992. He currently splits his time between running the studio, and teaching at the city’s ESALA school of architecture, where he is involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The studio simultaneously operates an architectural practice and a think tank for more speculative strains of architecture. Together, these three complementary components enable outputs which are focused, questioning and relevant.”
The design studio is located in northeast Edinburgh, Scotland, in the base of an apartment building by architect Basil Spence.
The architecture office comprises two symbiotic components:
– the architectural practice – dedicated to realising conceptually rigorous and meticulously detailed projects across all sectors and scales
– the think tank – tackling more theoretically focused and speculative work across varied disciplines.
– major new homes in Scotland
Edinburgh Buildings – key architecture in the Scottish capital
Recent Edinburgh Houses
A selection of interesting new homes in the Scottish capital with a focus on food quality contemporary properties:
St Bernard’s Row
building photo from architect
St Bernard’s Row house : WTArchitecture
Circus Lane : Private House
photo © Adrian Welch
Moray Place – contemporary New Town house renewal by Richard Murphy Architects
picture from architect
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