Consultation

New Project - Old Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Edinburgh

 

We are really looking forward to working with the Congregation and community of Old Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Edinburgh to undertake a feasibility study into improvements to their Church Hall and catacombs. Old Saint Paul’s is an often overlooked architectural gem, tucked between closes in Edinburgh’s Old Town in the heart of the World Heritage Site, with the tall alter gable overlooking Waverley Station.  We will be looking at ways to improve the connection to the street and closes and making a welcoming arrival space, as well as options for reorganising the street/basement level to accommodate a whole range of functions from church hall, offices and meeting spaces to occasional cafe, creche and Sunday School.

Old Saint Paul's Episcopal Church - official website

OSP Church Facebook page

 

The Crook Inn - Community Design Workshop 3

WT Architecture were delighted to receive yet another excellent turnout on Wednesday 21st January, for the third and final community workshop in the design process for the redevelopment of The Crook Inn in the Scottish Borders.

This workshop saw us present the final developed designs to the community for the third time, and again generated some very constructive feedback. The design process has been guided by the brief development and community design feedback undertaken in the previous two workshops and over the past few months. Over the next few weeks, WT Architecture will be collating and responding to the community's latest feedback, and preparing for a Planning application submission.

Click here to view The Crook Inn project page.

 

The Crook Inn - Community Design Workshop 2

WT Architecture were delighted to receive yet another excellent turnout on Wednesday 22nd October, for the second workshop in the community design process for the redevelopment of The Crook Inn in the Scottish Borders.

This workshop saw us present outline design proposals to the community for the first time, and generated some very constructive feedback. The outline design process has been guided by the brief development and community design feedback undertaken in the first workshop and over the past few months.

Over the next few months, WTArchitecture will be developing detailed designs, taking on board suggestions from the community, an will be presenting these at Workshop 3 in January 2015.

Click to view The Crook Inn project page.