Archers Hall Extension, Student Residences Edinburgh Building, Images, Project

Archer’s Hall & Student Residences in Edinburgh

Scottish Capital Halls Accommodation Building Development design by LDN Architects, Scotland

16 Apr 2012

Archer’s Hall extension & Student Residences

Design: LDN Architects

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photos © Keith Hunter Photography

Archer’s Hall extension & Student Residences, Edinburgh

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pictures © Keith Hunter Photography

Built by Sir Robert McAlpine

The Archers’ Hall is the club house of the Royal Company of Archers.

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pictures © Keith Hunter Photography

The building is located at 66 Buccleuch Street in the Southside of Edinburgh.

According to the Canmore website the right half was designed by Alexander Laing 1776-7, the left half by A.F. Balfour Paul 1900, and the interior entrance hall and staircase by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson.

LDN Architects

Edinburgh Buildings by LDN Architects

Recent Building Designs by LDN Architects – selection:

Edinburgh University Business School
Business School at the University of Edinburgh
image : Paul Zanre
LDN’s project for the Business School at the University of Edinburgh illustrates our particular strength in revitalising significant buildings that have lost their usefulness. The Adam Ferguson Building, designed by Robert Mathew in 1964, had become jaded, confusing to use and was suffering severe overheating problems.

Morningside Church
Morningside Church
picture : LDN Architects
A single storey extension of a large B listed Church in Morningside, Edinburgh to form new multi-functional spaces for use by the congregation and wider community. Bright airy naturally ventilated meeting spaces have been integrated on the existing site improving the accessibility of the church and providing parishioners with a more flexible building fit for 21st century worship and community events

Buildings in South Edinburgh

Significant South Edinburgh Property – Selection:

National Library of Scotland, Causewayside, Sciennes
Design: Hypostyle Architects
National Library of Scotland Building
image courtesy of architects practice

Princes Exchange, Earl Gray St / Lauriston Place
Design: PJMP Architects
Princes Exchange Edinburgh
photo © Adrian Welch

Quartermile Edinburgh, Lauriston
Design: Foster & Partners + others
Quartermile Edinburgh
image courtesy of architecture practice

Scottish Capital City Properties

Key New Edinburgh Property – Selection:

Hotel Missoni

Scottish Parliament

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