Developers behind proposals to turn Edinburgh’s former Royal High School into a luxury hotel unveiled a scaled-back vision for the site. An initial bid was rejected by a single vote in December 2015 after councillors decided the plans, which included two six-storey extensions, would damage the set
Comprehensive Design Architects (CDA) and Hoskins Architects have announced the practical completion of a major development in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town World Heritage Site. Designed on behalf of Standard Life Investments and Peveril Securities, the mixed-use development constituting most
(from left) Wayne Sutherland (hub East Central Scotland), Chris Coleman-Smith (Hoskins), council leader Ian Miller, Helen Smout (Culture Perth and Kinross), Andy Park (Ogilvie Construction), Martin Cooper (BAM Construction) Perth and Kinross Council is to invest £10 million in a major overhaul to P
Hoskins Architects have submitted a planning application to Moray Council to transform Brodie Castle into a key visitor attraction to support Scotland’s heritage. Submitted on behalf of the National Trust for Scotland, the practice wants to create a ‘Garden of Playfulness’ as part of a £2.8 m
Ann Nisbet Studio's 'Newhouse of Auchengree' - photograph by Susan Castillo A zinc clad house in rural North Ayrshire has been selected as the winner of this year’s Supreme Award by the Glasgow Institute of Architects.
Developers behind a project to transform Edinburgh’s historic Royal High School into a luxury hotel have revised their plans in an attempt to gain council approval. Weeks after the City of Edinburgh Council unanimously backed an alternative bid for a music school on the site, Duddingston House Pro
Work on a £16.8 million extension to the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh began in earnest this week after the City of Edinburgh Council formally approved the planning applications. The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) said the new extension will radically improve access to its world-clas
CMS Window Systems has been appointed to work on a £30 million project to redevelop the prestigious Aberdeen Art Gallery. Working for main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey, the firm has been tasked with providing curtain walling as part of the two year project.
(from left): Bill Matthews, chairman of Hub West Scotland; NHSGGC chairman, John Brown; Lorraine McMillan, chief executive, East Renfrewshire Council; East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) chief officer, Julie Murray; East Renfrewshire Council leader, Councillor, Jim Fletcher T
Gareth made a difference in the way he established his company; he created a collegiate studio atmosphere, where many of the traditional cultures that bedevil architectural practice were actively discouraged. As the company grew from a tiny operation from his family’s back bedroom, to an establish
Gareth Hoskins Gareth Hoskins was a gifted architect, a natural leader, and a tireless ambassador for design through its power to improve our lives. He died on 9th January 2016 following a heart attack while attending a fencing match, having been an accomplished fencer himself.
Gareth Hoskins Argyll & Bute Council is to dedicate Helensburgh’s Hermitage Park to late architect Gareth Hoskins following the award of a £2.3 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Gareth Hoskins One of Scotland’s most influential architects Gareth Hoskins has died at the age of 48 after suffering a heart attack over the weekend.
Proposed view from Scott Monument Hoskins Architects have submitted plans for a series of extensive extensions and alterations to the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh.
A plan to transform the former Royal High School in Edinburgh into a £75 million hotel has been narrowly rejected by councillors after a marathon meeting. The hotel, proposed by Duddingston House Properties (DHP) and operated by five-star chain Rosewood, would have seen the A-listed neoclassic