Six Georgian townhouses were redeveloped to provide prime office space in Edinburgh’s business district.
Located in a World Heritage Site and featuring neoclassical façades designed by 18th century architect Robert Adam, the scheme’s six Grade A listed Georgian townhouses were redeveloped to provide four separate offices.
Number 28, the primary office unit, comprises three townhouses which are linked by a lightweight glass and ETFE covered courtyard to a new four-storey mews building to the rear. The three flanking townhouses provide stand-alone office units.
It is the second time we have worked on the townhouses, having undertaken extensive repairs and alterations for former owner the National Trust for Scotland in the late 1990s.
The development received the Architectural Excellence Award for commercial buildings at the Scottish Property Awards 2014.