Although perhaps a rare pleasure for us these days, we have recently been enjoying working on a new project to alterations an existing house in central Edinburgh. The brief is to transform the kitchen and dining spaces of this Victorian townhouse by opening up the rear walls of the building to the garden, and also forming a secret study space above the new kitchen.
We recently presented initial designs to our clients for a substantial new extension and alterations project to a cottage in the Cairngorm National Park. The proposals include the demolition of a poor quality two-storey extension, to be replaced by a folded zinc and timber addition (left). A separate garage and workshop building is also proposed as part of the project (right).
We now look forward to developing the proposals further, with a Planning submission hopefully sometime in the winter.
WT Architecture are pleased to again have Inscape Joinery at the helm as this intricate alterations and extension project to a Victorian villa in Edinburgh starts on site.
As work progresses, we will post regular updates and photographs from site, so stay tuned to our news page over the months ahead.
A few years ago, we produced designs to convert this abandoned Victorian fort with the rather unforgettable address of No.1 , The Thames. Great to see this project thrust back into the limelight this week after the fort in the Thames estuary was put on the market! So now you too have to opportunity to purchase your very own sea fort, for the princely sum of £500,000.
Links to some of the online press coverage:
Property listing on Right Move
Great to see another article for a WTArchitecture project in this month's edition of Homes & Interiors Scotland. This time our conversion of an Arts & Crafts coach house in North Berwick is being featured.
Click here to view an excerpt of the article online. You can browse the full article on pages 118-125 of Issue 96.
Click here to go to see the full project page.
WT Architecture are delighted to announce that our little basement extension in Edinburgh's Inverleith won the Edinburgh Architectural Association's Small Project Award 2014!