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Gökay Deveci – Latest Design

Tigh-Na-Cladach, Dunoon, southwest Scotland
Date built: 2010
Tigh-Na-Cladach Dunoon Houses by Gokay Deveci Architect
photo from Gokay Deveci, architect
Tigh-Na-Cladach – RIBA Award winner, May 2011

Key Projects by Gokay Deveci Architect

Featured Buildings, alphabetical:

A’Chrannag, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, southwest Scotland
Date built: –
A'Chrannag Isle of Bute property by Gökay Deveci Architect
image from Gokay Deveci architect
Seven-storey round tower in Rothesay, designed by architect Gökay Deveci, named A’Chrannag (‘Crow’s nest’) is the Isle of Bute’s newest housing development. All 14 homes are rental properties for local housing association Fyne Homes Ltd. A’Chrannag uses Gokay Deveci’s ‘zero heating’ flats with massive insulation.

Deeside Sustainable Houses, northeast Scotland
Date built: 2006-07
Gokay Deveci has designed sustainable houses at Kincardine O’Neil and recently at Crathes Castle estate, both in Deeside.

Easterhouse Homes, Glasgow
Date built:
Gokay Deveci is working in Glasgow with Lochfield Park Housing Co-operative and Scottish Homes. Gokay is developing energy efficient family homes in Easterhouse as a consultant for Page and Park Architects, Glasgow.

Lotte Glob House Loch Eriboll, Sutherland, northwest Scotland
Date built: –
Loch Eriboll house by Gokay Deveci Architect
image from the architect
Lotte Glob House
In 2001, Lotte Glob, a Danish ceramic artist whose practice is closely identified with the wilderness landscape in North-West Scotland commissioned Gokay Deveci to build a living and working space that would enable her to integrate her practice, her business and her lifestyle. She stipulated that the design should be affordable and context-sensitive as well as complementing her aesthetic vision, reflecting her passion for the light across the hills of Sutherland.

First Passivhaus in Scotland
Date built: 2010
Designed by Gokay Deveci the 1st Affordable Passivhaus in the UK, commissioned by Fyne Initiatives Ltd, has been built by John Brown (Strone) Ltd.

Gokay Deveci is based in northeast Scotland where he teaches and has designed energy efficient homes.

RIAS Best Building in Scotland 2004 Information:

Project: Lotte Glob House
Address: 105 Laid Croft, Loch Eriboll, Durness, Sutherland
Client: Lotte Glob
Project cost: £75k
Completed: Nov 2003

Lotte Glob House: Photos by Lotte Glob

Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

Gökay Deveci RIBA FRIAS – Practice Information

Architecture design studio based in Aberdeen, northeast Scotland.

Scott Sutherland School Aberdeen

He is a chartered architect and holds a professorial chair at the School. He has an international reputation for his expertise in affordable and sustainable low energy housing.

Gökay also runs ‘the next home’ studio unit in the final year of architecture course, which focuses on researching ‘Resilient City and Towns’, including looking at 21st century housing typologies to creating places and communities for better living.
He is an established member of the IDEAS Research Institute.
source: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/dmstaff/deveci-g-kay

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