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Contemporary Scottish Architecture Practice in Edinburgh, UK, led by Gordon Duffy

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studio DuB Architects – Featured Buildings

Buildings by studio DuB Architects, alphabetical:

Bernat Klein Studio project, Scottish Borders, Scotland
2002-
Bernat Klein Studio in by architect Peter Womersley
photo : Rebecca Wober
Klein Studio : house, by architect Peter Womersley
This Modern Scottish building was published on the cover of the acclaimed Japanese publication A+U in its first year of circulation. The bold concrete design was engineered by structural engineers Ove Arup.

Dingleton Boiler House, Melrose, Scottish Borders, Scotland
2008-
Dingleton Boiler House Scotland
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Dingleton Boiler House design originally by 20th Century British architect Peter Womersley
Studio DuB has won Planning Permission and Listed Building consent to convert a derelict boiler house in the Scottish Borders into five apartments. The boiler house, by architect Peter Womersley, was completed in 1978 to serve a now defunct psychiatric hospital.

Recent Design by studio DuB

Competition Design by studio DuB Architects

Gas Holder No.8 – King’s Cross Competition, London, UK
King's Cross Gasholder King's Cross Gasholder No.8 Gasholder No.8
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King’s Cross Gasholder Competition
Inspired by the broch typology our proposal relates to the pre-existing frame context in potential re-use of the wrought iron panels mounted on a galvanised steel frame to form a conical outer form. A brick cylindrical diaphragm wall embodies the memory of the former gasholder base and is supported back to the outer form, dramatically ollowing the path of the stair treads.

Sandwiched between the forms a stair ascends to a viewing gallery affording good views across the central London roofscape. Along the journey landings provide access to viewing galleries over the outdoor arena.

The journey to the top is further animated by use of the space between the forms as a climbing arena.

Access to lower level indoor event space is via staircase located in the outdoor arena and within the feature staircase enclosure. A central roof lit multi function event space is the focus of the lower level.

Learning resources similar to those illustrated inspired by local context in the hard and soft areas will drift into the central space but be located outwith the frame.

Key Projects by studio DuB

Buildings by studio DuB Architects, alphabetical:

28 Craiglockhart Avenue, Edinburgh, Scotland
2007
Craiglockhart Avenue house

Eskbank House, Edinburgh, Scotland

Eskbank House

Housing + School, Alva, Clackmananshire, central Scotland

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The Press, Edinburgh, Scotland

The Press : Southside Apartments

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Location: 17a, 2 West Crosscauseway, Edinburgh, EH8 9JW, Scotland

Edinburgh Architects Practice Information

studio DuB architect office based in Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Architects : Office Contact Details

Website: www.studiodub.co.uk

Architecture in Scotland

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:

Literature House for Scotland, John Knox House, Edinburgh
Winning Architects: Witherford Watson Mann ; Groves-Raines Architects Studios ; Studio MB
John Knox House Edinburgh building
photograph © Daniel Lomholt-Welch
Literature House for Scotland

Paisley Museum Building, western Scotland
Design: AL_A
Paisley Museum Renewal, Scotland
image courtesy of architects office
Paisley Museum Renewal

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