Michael Laird Architects

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Michael Laird Architects (MLA) has announced the appointment of Gillian Stewart as director. One of Scotland’s foremost workplace designers, Ms Stewart has worked with DEGW, haa design and most recently BDG architecture + design.

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Plans for a trio of bespoke detached villas overlooking Ravelston Quarry in Edinburgh have been unveiled by Michael Laird Architects. Nestled in to the centre of the disused old quarry near Ravelston House, the practice collaborated with Rankin Fraser to create three separately designed, high spec,

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On-site works have commenced for a £5.5 million office refurbishment scheme in the heart of Edinburgh. German property firm IVG Institutional Funds said refurbishment of 40 Torphichen Street will deliver 54,369 sq ft of Grade A open plan office space over six floors.

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MLA, an award-winning architectural practice with a strong reputation for high quality design, has unveiled their new identity and website (michaellaird.co.uk). Launched during an event at the Point Conference Centre’s penthouse in Edinburgh, the evening was also a celebration of MLA’s 60th year

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Michael Laird Architects’ proposed £120 million masterplan for the Fountainbridge area has been approved by the City of Edinburgh Council. The proposal considers the development of 9,650msq of land which currently separates the new Fountainbridge master plan site with the existing development at

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Detailed plans for a major mixed use scheme in Glasgow on the site of the stalled Bothwell Plaza has been revealed during a public consultation. HFD Group’s plan for the Bothwell Exchange project include a pre-let 180,000 sq/ft office block, 300-bed hotel and signature apart-hotel and residential

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Royal Bank of Scotland has revealed plans to build a new hotel, shopping and housing complex overlooking an Edinburgh park. The plans for the New Town conservation area that overlooks King George V Park and Eyre Place and have been shown by Edinburgh City Council documents to have been recommended f

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