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.
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.
WT Architecture are pleased to again have Lawrie Construction Ltd at the helm as work on site starts at the Granary Conversion in Midlothian.
As work progresses, we will post regular updates and photographs to the project's on-site blog, so stay tuned over the months ahead.
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.
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!