Davis Duncan Architects Glasgow, Scottish Building Design Info, SMC Group Studio

SMC Davis Duncan Architects

Contemporary Architecture Practice Scotland, UK Design Office News

post updated 17 May 2021

Davis Duncan Studio News

Key recent Glasgow building by Archial Architects (reputedly design intent by the Davis Duncan team):

Small Animal Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland
Small Animal Hospital Glasgow by SMC Davis Duncan Architects
photo © Andrew Lee
Small Animal Hospital + Lochgarry : Gold at 2010 Roses Design Awards

Davis Duncan Architects – Key Projects

Major Designs, alphabetical:

Easterhouse Community Health Centre, north east Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 2004
Easterhouse Community Health Centre
The brief was to provide a new link building between the existing health centre and the adjacent mental health resource centre – to help de-stigmatise the mental health unit by combining it within a unified health care facility. The new building provides much needed additional accommodation (community/book-able rooms & staff accommodation) and a new shared entrance – to improve physical and psychological access to the building.

Rhynd Church, Perthshire, Scotland
Date built: 2004
Contract Sum: £200k

The Matrix, Cowcaddens Rd, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 2004
The Matrix
Contract Sum: £8.5m
For: AWG Residential Ltd

MacCalman House, 18 Kilmardinny Avenue, Bearsden, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 2004
MacCalman House
photo : Andrew Lee
MacCalman House
Contract Sum: £400k

More architectural projects by Davis Duncan Architects online soon

Location: Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland, UK

Glasgow Architect Practice Information

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Architecture in Scotland

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:

ER Residence, Glasgow Property

Langside Halls Queen’s Park, Glasgow

Scottish Design Awards 2021 Programme

Kingsborough Gardens, Glasgow

Paisley Museum Building, western Scotland
Design: AL_A
Paisley Museum Renewal, Scotland
image courtesy of architects office
Paisley Museum Renewal
Plans to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class visitor destination telling the town’s unique stories, including that of the globally admired Paisley Pattern. This architectural project has taken a major step forward as The National Lottery Heritage Fund announced £3.8million of support for the project.

Scottish Buildings

Architecture Studios

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