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Granton Studio, Edinburgh : Architecture
Work Zone by Zone Architects, Edinburgh
New Studio – Zone Architects
21 May 2007
Spaces of design: open zone
Our new studio is open as part of the six cities design festival:
Sat 2 Jun 10am to 4pm
211 Granton Road, Edinburgh EH5 1HD
zone architects have recently moved into a purpose built office/studio created on leftover embankment land. The design of the building explores the industrial and domestic of this part of nineteenth century Edinburgh. The story of the building’s design and construction will be shown as part of an exploration of spaces of design: What is a good space to design in? How does a workspace for design fit with the city?
Visitors, especially children, are invited to use the space- materials will be provided for imagining new buildings and places by the sea.
Zone Architects Studio – proposal images
Zone Architects is a young award winning architects firm led by partners David Jamieson and Suzanne Ewing. Their developing portfolio of built projects in Edinburgh’s historic urban fabric is underpinned by an ambition to create relevant, desirable and delightful places for dwelling in the city. The richness and variety of qualities of historic dwelling types, spaces and collective organisation in the urban realm is an inspiration.
Suzanne Ewing and David Jamieson are partners with 20 years combined architectural experience. They are both involved in teaching architectural design at the University of Edinburgh.
Zone Architects : Market St Arches
Pylon House– property design by Zone Architects
picture from the architect
image from Richard Murphy Architects
Scottish Government Leith
photo © Jason Baxter
Buildings / photos for the Granton Houses page welcome
Granton House : page