We’re delighted that our Window on Wild Lindisfarne project has been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards 2014!
Good to get the go-ahead from Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association to submit proposals for a 21 unit amenity housing development for planning approval. We are working in conjunction with Gaia Research on this project.
Final snagging of the external works at Kilmun on the Holy Loch in Argyll last week, where this Scottish Oak clad visitor orientation shelter forms the starting point for the soon to be complete visitor attraction ‘Historic Kilmun‘…. Read More
The Window on wild Lindisfarne and the Lookout Tower projects have been featured on the Archdaily website.
One Icosis project (ashamedly still missing from our projects page) is the renovation of a bar / bistro in Portobello, The Skylark. From the 23rd November, The Skylark will be hosting an exhibition of photographs by Craig McIntyre… Read More
Planning has been submitted for a new Observatory structure on a peatbog in Sutherland at Forsinard on behalf of the Peatland Partnership – which includes RSPB, Scottish Natural Heritage, The Forestry Commission (Scotland) and Highland Council. Subject to… Read More
Thanks to Hazel for all your help over the years. Clearly moving to London is a big mistake, but we all wish you the very best. Keep in touch. And welcome to Eileen. Already helping us hugely with… Read More
On a very wet & windy autumnal day, Euan showed students from the Architectural Conservation course at Edinburgh Uni around the two completed projects on Lindisfarne and described what was going to be happening to create the Lifeboat… Read More