Claremont Crescent Edinburgh, Photo, Building, Architect, Project, Image, Design

Edinburgh New Town Flat

Claremont Crescent : flat extension, Scotland

Claremont Crescent

Extension of a flat in Edinburgh New Town

Claremont Crescent

Info from Graeme Massie Architects Oct 2007

Claremont Crescent, Edinburgh
Formed by an earlier sub-division of a townhouse in Edinburgh’s New Town, the existing apartment, although Grade A listed, responds poorly to the needs of the current occupants.

The project seeks to redress the current imbalance between public and private accommodation through the reorganisation of space out-with the principal drawing room. At its most marked, this takes the form of a cantilevered kitchen and dining area which extends the internal spaces towards the garden below.

The project has recently received Planning and Listed Building Consents and is due to go on-site by the end of 2007.

Graeme Massie Architects shortlisted in the final five practices for the Young Architect of the Year Award 2007

Graeme Massie Architects

Edinburgh New Town

Edinburgh House

Hotel Missoni

Edinburgh Property

Cramond Houses
Cramond houses
image from Richard Murphy Architects

Edinburgh New Town Property – Selection:

Fettes Row terraces
St Vincent Place
photograph : Michael Wolchover

Belford Road housing
Belford Road housing
image © Adrian Welch

St Bernard’s Row house
St Bernard's Row house
photo from the architects

Newhaven Road House
Newhaven Road House
photograph from the architect

Inverleith Terrace Lane House
Edinburgh Mews House
picture from the architect

Circus Lane: Private House
Circus Lane House
image © Adrian Welch

Moray Place
Moray Place
picture from the architect

Dublin Street Lane : Housing
Dublin Street
photo from the architect

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