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We are working with our clients, Sophie and Chris to extend their stone cottage in the Broomieknowe conservation area, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian.

The project will provide new kitchen, living and dining accommodation with a spatial arrangement that layers functional elements, combining a series of rooms within one single volume. The result is a generous but compact plan that transforms the house to meet our clients needs, whilst respecting the scale of the existing cottage.

Our most recent development has been to test structure, lighting and materiality with our clients using our 3d model.

We are currently developing proposals for a Georgian Home in Renfrewshire to create a series of fluid spaces, designed around family life. Forehouse dates back to 1773 and has undergone significant change over its lifespan.

Our clients fell in love with the symmetry, proportion and understated character of Georgian homes in Scotland.

‘The opportunity of creating a really curious and interesting home marrying up the main house to the 2 wings and garden is why we find ourselves embarking on such a project.’

Our proposals open up the rear of the property, simplify circulation on the ground floor and re-establish the generous proportions and order of the original Georgian house. A new kitchen connects the principle living spaces and transitions between the old and new.

The new extension connects the former stable block to the heart of the house. A library, home office and snug have been formed with direct access to a secluded garden.

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