Residential developer HUB is exploring opportunities to redevelop a site occupied by two industrial buildings, located on the north and south side of Dunedin Street in the Canonmills area of Edinburgh.
O'DonnellBrown Architects has continued its work with children's charity Barnardo's with an application for new homes for young people in Stirling. An application for five homes has been filed with the local authority for the latest Gap Homes project, offering bespoke supported living accommodation
Glasgow-based architect O’DonnellBrown has submitted plans for new homes for young care leavers in Maryhill on behalf of UK charity Barnardo’s. The practice won a competition last year to design the purpose-built accommodation that addresses the needs of young people.
Mitre Properties has been granted permission to build four two-bedroom properties at overgrown vacant land at Overnewton Place in Kelvinhaugh. Glasgow City Council agreed that the firm can develop the site off Kelvinhaugh Street, beside Glasgow University’s Cairncross House student accommodati
Glasgow-based practice O’DonnellBrown has won a competition to design post-pandemic housing that addresses the needs of young people. Seven architects were shortlisted to pitch ideas to a panel led by residential developer HUB with the winning practice invited to work with the c
Glasgow-based architecture studio O'DonnellBrown has been shortlisted by an international awards event which can count Bjarke Ingels, Thomas Heatherwick and Sou Fujimoto among its previous winners. Supporting emerging architects who are at a pivotal point in their career, the Architectural Review Em