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CDA: Contemporary Architecture Practice in Edinburgh: Architectural Studio Scotland, UK
21 Sep 2016
3-8 St Andrew Square Building, Edinburgh, Scotland
Design: CDA / Gareth Hoskins Architects
New photos taken with late afternoon sunshine:
view from north west, showing golden facades to St Andrew Square (left) and South St David Street (right):
18 Jun 2016
Photos taken in the rain of this bold but controversial intervention in the Scottish capital’s city centre.
St Andrew Square sits at the East end of the New Town’s principal axis, George Street. The New Town is known across the world as a masterclass in urban planning, and outwith the city centre retains some wonderful groups of Georgian architecture.
The 3-8 St Andrew Square Building development was controversial partly with those who love traditional architecture but also with those who admire good quality Modern architecture.
The previous building on this site, the Scottish Provident Building, from 1961, was designed by the respected Scottish architecture practice Rowand Anderson Kininmonth & Paul.
Comprehensive Design Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Comprehensive Design – CDA, alphabetical:
Exchange Tower, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Harvey Nichols + Edinburgh Bus Station, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
picture from Harvey Nichols PR agency
Harvey Nichols Edinburgh
Holyrood Park House, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Scotsman Newspaper HQ + Offices, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
image from CDA Architects
Scotsman Newspaper Offices
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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, north west Europe
CDA Practice Information
CDA Architects (formerly Comprehensive Design) office based in New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland
CDA tend to focus on commercial work such as offices, mostly in Scotland.
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