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7N Architects Edinburgh
Contemporary Architecture Practice Edinburgh: Design Firm in South East Scotland, UK
post updated 11 May 2021
7N Architects News
7N Architects Edinburgh News
11 May 2021
Re-Imagining Railway Stations Connecting Communities winner
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Re-Imagining Railway Stations winner
Edinburgh-based architectural practice, 7N Architects, has won a competition to shape Britain’s future railways, Network Rail and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) have announced.
2 Aug 2017
Lerwick Old Town Masterplan, Shetland, Northern Scotland
7N Architects have been awarded the commission to masterplan the site of the former Shetland High School in Lerwick with a view to establishing a mixed-use quarter within the Old Town.
New uses are being sought for 6.5-hectare Knab Campus in advance of the decant of staff and pupils to a purpose built campus at Stanley Hill, incorporating a mix of homes, open space and landscaped grounds.
As part of this work three listed buildings; Anderson Institute; and the Janet Courtney and Bruce Hostels, will be given a fresh lease of life.
18 Feb 2017
University of Glasgow Campus Masterplan, Strathcylde, West Scotland
Design: AECOM and 7N Architects
17th February 2017 – Global infrastructure services firm AECOM and 7N Architects have secured Planning Permission in Principle consent from Glasgow City Council for their masterplan for the University of Glasgow.
The masterplan provides a development and placemaking framework for a significant expansion of the University’s Gilmorehill Campus on the site of the former Glasgow Western Infirmary in the heart of the West End of the city.
11 Dec 2015
International Business Gateway at Edinburgh Airport
Plans submitted for the first phase of a £700m new district which will see a business park complete with homes, offices and shops built at Edinburgh Airport.
4 Sep 2012
Saltire Awards – Awarded Building
Large Scale Housing Development
– Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh (7N Architects with Make Architects)
photograph : Peter Guthrie for Make Ltd
2012 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards
The project will create 193 new affordable homes and 10,000sq.ft of small business space whilst opening up new links connecting Stevenson Road to Balgreen over a new footbridge.
7N – Key Projects
Featured Buildings / Designs by 7N Architects, alphabetical:
Garscube Landscape Link – Phoenix Flowers, Glasgow, Scotland
Design: 7N Architects / RankinFraser Landscape
picture : Dave Morris
The first phase of the regeneration of the Speirs Locks area in Glasgow has been completed with the opening of the Garscube Link, a new public realm intervention which re-connects North Glasgow back to the city centre for pedestrians and cyclists.
The project was designed by 7N Architects and RankinFraser Landscape Architecture for the Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership.
Inverness Campus Masterplan, Scotland
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Ewan Anderson of 7N Architects said “The project is fundamentally about opening up access to lifelong learning to people from a wide range of academic disciplines and backgrounds. The masterplan aims to bring people together in an inspiring environment which is woven into the social and cultural fabric of Inverness”.
River Ericht Visitor Centre, Perthshire, Scotland
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River Ericht Visitor Centre
Inverness Airport Business Park masterplan, Scotland
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Inverness Airport Business Park
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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, north west Europe
Edinburgh Architects Practice Information
7N Architects based in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
7N Architects Edinburgh : Scottish Design Studio
10 Feb 2009
7N Architects : Start Up Announcement
Seven former members of Make’s Edinburgh studio have formed their own practice 7N Architects which was established at the beginning of January.
The new practice has already secured several long term projects including Inverness Campus, the new university campus for the Highlands and Islands, and Westfield, a 193 dwelling mixed use development for Dunedin Canmore Housing Association in Edinburgh which is due to start on site later this year. Both projects have been inherited from Make who have been supportive of the new venture.
The team, led by Ewan Anderson, have worked together for a number of years most recently on projects such as the Royal Highland Showground, the former Edinburgh Odeon, Inverness Airport Business Park and Speirs Locks in Glasgow.
Ewan Anderson is positive about the challenge of starting up a new business in difficult times.
“We know that it is a difficult time to be setting up a new business but we are off to a good start with the projects that we have already secured and, being a start up, we have a sharp eye on our costs and are not encumbered by any long term commitments. We’ve a very focussed team, who have that extra level of commitment from being partners in the practice. There has been a tremendous level of support from clients, and people that are keen to work with us, who have all got behind the idea of creating something positive in the current climate.
In many ways it is a good time to be starting up as a lot of established certainties are no more. Many people are looking to rethink how they do things so there are opportunities out there for fresh ideas and approaches.
It certainly won’t be an easy ride this year, for us or anyone else, but it will be an exciting one.”
7N Architects Practice Start information from 7N Architects 100209
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