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Adrian Welch, website co-editor

About Adrian Welch

Director at e-architect, attended Banchory Academy. He lives in Dubai and the United Kingdom
  • Jenners Edinburgh Princes St shop facade

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.

  • Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Architecture firm, LBA has secured planning permission for a series of four contemporary family homes specifically designed to knit sensitively into the context on the existing sloping and elevated site at Baberton Avenue, Juniper Green.

  • Vegetation growing on stone ledge causing decay

Edinburgh World Heritage Guidance: EWH Practical Advice

New guidance on the effects of Climate Change for property owners: A new guide published today alerts property owners to the impact of climate change on traditional buildings in the capital, and provides practical advice on how to protect them against damage and decay.

  • St Andrew Square Edinburgh aerial photo

New Town North Development, RBS Building Edinburgh

New Town North Development News: Homes, Offices, Hotel and Local Amenities Planned for Former RBS Site Creating 700+ Jobs for Local Economy. Ambitious new proposals for one of Edinburgh’s largest development projects for more than a decade have been unveiled.

  • Some Architectural Hidden Gems in Edinburgh

Guide to Restoring Original Brick Features

Guide to Restoring Original Brick Features. For thousands of years, people have been building things out of brick and mortar. It’s a method that’s cheap, reliable, and which gets fantastic results – at least, for the first few years.