Blackie House, Patrick Geddes, Building design by Robert Hurd, Scottish 17th century tenement architecture photos
Blackie House in Old Town Edinburgh
17th century tenement in Scotland renewal design by ne Begg Architects (Morris & Steedman Associates), UK.
post updated 2 January 2022
Design: ne Begg Architects (now Morris & Steedman Associates)
Building information from ne Begg Architects / Morris & Steedman Associates:
On the north side of the court Blackie House, a late 17th century tenement of the Milne’s Court type but shallower in plan. The building was remodelled in 1894 under the auspices of Patrick Geddes as a university hall in memory of Professor J.S. Blackie. This Old town property was sold in 1950 and turned into flats by Robert Hurd Architect.
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