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Yvonne Long : Architecture

Edinburgh Napier University Student Work, Scotland

23 Oct 2009

Yvonne Long

Edinburgh Napier University

Final year student Yvonne Long

Edinburgh Napier University Student Projects

Cramond Bridge Intervention, north west Edinburgh

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New Haymarket Station Proposal, central west Edinburgh

New Haymarket Station Haymarket Station

Programme Leader MDes Int. Arch:

Frazer Macdonald Hay
BA [HONS] Int. Architecture;MCSD,PgCTLHE

School of Creative Industries
Edinburgh Napier University

Location: Edinburgh Napier University, South east Scotland, UK

Edinburgh University Architecture

Edinburgh Napier University Final year project design – Ralf Furulund

Edinburgh Napier University – School of Arts & Creative Industries : Creative Showcase

Edinburgh University Architecture Degree Show

Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show

Scottish Architects

Scottish Architecture

Cramond Island

Cramond Island is a tidal island about one mile (1.6 km) out to sea, which is connected to the mainland at low tide across the Drum Sands. A paved path, exposed at low water, allows easy access.

This causeway runs at the foot of a row of concrete pylons on one side of the causeway, which were constructed as a submarine defence boom during the Second World War and are one of the most striking sights in the area. At high tide the path is covered by several feet of seawater which cuts the island off from the mainland.

Cramond Island is one of 43 tidal islands that can be walked to from the mainland of Great Britain and one of 17 that can be walked to from the Scottish mainland. The island is located on the north west side of Edinburgh and is well worth a visit.
Source: Wikipedia

Architecture in Scotland

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:

Loch Tay Boat House, northwest of Perth, central Scotland
Architect: McKenzie Strickland Associates
Loch Tay Boat house property
photograph : Keith Hunter
Loch Tay Boat House
A cave created beneath the Boathouse allows a speedboat to be driven in and tethered to the ceiling before an electric winch hoists it into mooring position. The living space above includes a kitchenette, shower room and a fold-away bed.

Hawkhead Centre, Paisley, Southwest Scotland
Design: Page \ Park Architects
Hawkhead Centre in Paisley
photo : Keith Hunter
Hawkhead Centre in Paisley
The Hawkhead Centre has been delivered in tandem with a new Royal Blind 54-room care home on the same site, and is Scottish War Blinded’s flagship facility on the west side of Scotland, building upon the success of their existing facility, the Linburn Centre, in the east.

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