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Aberdeen Architect Offices : Design Practices

Architectural Firms in North East Scotland, UK Architecture Studios contacts information

post updated 20 March 2022

Aberdeen Architecture Studios

Aberdeenshire Design Practices contact details information, alphabetical:

Architect phone / fax e-mail / website address
Brown + Brown Architects +44 (0)1464 861567 mail(at)brownandbrownarchitects.com www.brownandbrownarchitects.com Brown + Brown Architects The Muirs Rhynie Aberdeenshire AB54 4GD Scotland
Michael Gilmour Associates +44 (0)1224 643117 +44 (0)1224 639719 office(at)michaelgilmourassociates.co.uk www.michaelgilmourassociates.co.uk Michael Gilmour Associates 22 Rubislaw Terrace Aberdeen AB10 1XE Scotland
Arch Henderson LLP +44 (0)1224 631122 +44 (0)1224 632233 headoffice(at)arch-henderson.co.uk www.arch-henderson.co.uk Arch Henderson LLP 26 Rubislaw Terrace Aberdeen, AB10 1XE Scotland

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Additional Information – Engineers and Architects:

David Narro Associates
Consulting Structural and Civil Engineers
Horizon Scotland, The Enterprise Park
Forres IV36 2AB
Telephone: 01309 678 155
[email protected]
http://www.davidnarro.co.uk/

Aberdeenshire Architects + Landscape Architects + Structural Engineers with offices in Aberdeen Aberdeen Architects

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Aberdeen Architect Contemporary Arts Centre
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The Aberdeen Architecture site aims to promote Aberdeen Architects as well as the city’s architecture.

The page is a good starting point for selecting an Aberdeen architect. Aberdeen Architects’ details are listed for an annual fee per annum, likewise for Aberdeen Structural Engineers, etc.

See Architect Profiles Information for prices and details.

Location: Aberdeen, North East Scotland

Aberdeen Architecture Major Aberdeenshire Development:

Donald Trump Golf Links – Masterplan Design, North Aberdeenshire on the coast
Design: Gareth Hoskins Architects
Donald Trump Scottish Golf Resort
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Trump Golf Links
When Donald Trump first bought the property that would later become Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, he selected a slice of land that held sand dunes designated, SSSI or Site of Special Scientific Interest by the country. The distinction is the highest given by Scotland and should have protected the land from development by Donald Trump.

Aberdeen Architecture

Union Terrace Gardens – “City Square” Proposal
Union Terrace Gardens
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Union Terrace Gardens
New Union Terrace Gardens Proposals New proposals for a major renovation of Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens have been unveiled. Architects Halliday Fraser Munro, working with Aberdeen City Council, has come up with a design which would see the gardens partly raised but remain sunken. The plans feature an arts centre, civic square and the rail line and Denburn dual carriageway covered over to link to Belmont Street.

Aberdeen Art Gallery Redevelopment
Design: Gareth Hoskins Architects
Aberdeen Art Gallery design
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Aberdeen Art Gallery
To accommodate these functions a new wing will be built to the rear whilst a pitched roof and parapets on the main building will make way for a new sculptural copper-clad penthouse level hosting temporary galleries and a learning zone. This extension will make the most of its elevated position to include rooftop terraces offering expansive views across the city centre.

Union Square
Design: BDP
Union Square Aberdeen
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Union Square
Union Square in line for 15 storey hotel tower Benoy have unveiled illustrative plans for a £200m expansion of Aberdeen’s Union Square shopping mall on behalf of Hammerson, with an application for planning in principle for a new hotel and expanded retail, cinema and multi-storey car park. This envisages a 120 bed hotel tower of up to 72m over 15 storeys rising above a parking and retail deck, possibly fronting onto Market Street, with a design inspired by Aberdeen’s maritime heritage.

Bon Accord Centre

Grandhome Community – Landscape, Bridge of Don
Design: Reiach and Hall Architects
Grandhome Community, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen landscape
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Grandhome Community in Bridge of Don
The highlight and main feature of the square is Davidston Pavilion, an open geometric building which is contemporary in design and references both Northern and classical Greek architecture. The pavilion is surrounded by landscaped space including open lawn, long grass and a variety of trees.

The Event Complex
Event Complex Aberdeen, TECA: P&J Live Arena
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The Event Complex Aberdeen, TECA
The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) has been lauded for its social impact at a prestigious awards ceremony. Comprising the P&J Live arena and two on-site hotels, the £333m events campus officially opened its doors to the public in September 2019 following a three-year build.

Aberdeen Architecture News

North East Scotland Architects Practice

Note form e-architect Editor Adrian Welch:

In the summer before I started at Manchester School of Architecture I had the fortune to get a job working as an architectural assistant at the William Cowie Partnership based just west of Union Street in the city centre. Apart from the daily buttery run and making hot drinks, I got my own drawing board and did the usual architectural tasks of surveying new sites / plots, and drawing up plans.

This Aberdonian architect practice was ahead of its time, with a small team using CAD on computers. Most of the work was residentail, but there was a wide range of typologies from offis to castles!

Previously I had worked two summers for Mr Hammond in Banchory, my home town. This was a two-main architecture practice mostly working in Deeside. The office was focused on private residences, typically for fairly affluent customers. My main job in the firm was to form a model of Banchor village centre. I formed a set of cork sheets to allow the sloping site to be constructed. After this base was established I made models of each building out of mahogany. The choice of wood was in retrospect maybe a little too onerous – each building took hours to cut and sand down, due to the hardness of the material.

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