Fox Covert Townhouses, Edinburgh timber-framed townhouses building, Scottish capital property image
Fox Covert Townhouses Edinburgh
New Scottish Residential Development design by Campbell and Arnott Architects
post updated 2 January 2022
13 Nov 2009
Design: Campbell and Arnott Architects
Fox Covert Townhouses
A development of 8 timber-framed townhouses on a confined, sloping site with a number of Planning constraints. Site is bordered on 3 sides by residential development and at the rear by a hotel at a higher level. These dictated one of the main Planning constraints which imposed restriction to the height in relation to the neighbours.
Houses are set at 4 different levels to deal with the cross fall on the site. Facades facing into the central court have steeply pitched gables defining each house. Elevations are articulated with timber balconies and timber cladding at high level.
Fox Covert Townhouses images / information from Campbell and Arnott Architects, Edinburgh
Address for the architecture studio:
Campbell & Arnott
80 Commercial Quay, Commercial Street
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