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New Biggar Property Design
Residential Development Biggar, South Lanarkshire home design by Andrew Black Design, Scotland
21 Dec 2010
Location: near Biggar, South Lanarkshire, Southern Uplands, central Scotland
Architects: Andrew Black Design
House in Biggar
Photos: Keith Hunter Photography
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Beveridge House images / information from Keith Hunter Photography
Location: Biggar, South Lanarkshire, southern Scotland
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Architecture in Scotland
Contemporary Scottish Architecture
Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list
Another Biggar Property : Sycamore House by ICOSIS Architects
Scottish Architecture – Selection
Wall House, Tower House and Pool, The Trossachs, central Scotland
Architect: Alan Dunlop
drawing : Alan Dunlop
New houses in The Trossachs
Loch Tay Boat House, northwest of Perth, central Scotland
Architect: McKenzie Strickland Associates
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.
Coll house, western Scotland : wt architecture
Scotland’s Housing Expo – Passive House by HLM
Aberlady House : Paterson Architects
Best Building in Scotland
Best Building in Scotland : Doolan Prize winners news
Medical & Biological Sciences Building
St Andrews Medical School Building : Reiach and Hall Architects
Biggar, South Lanarkshire
Biggar is a town and former burgh in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, in the Southern Uplands near the River Clyde on the A702. The closest towns are Lanark and Peebles.
The Biggar Gasworks Museum is the only preserved gas works in Scotland. Additionally, Biggar has Scotland’s only permanent puppet theatre.
Hugh MacDiarmid spent his later years at Brownsbank, near the town. Ian Hamilton Finlay’s home and garden at Little Sparta is nearby in the Pentland Hills.
In the 14th century, the Fleming family were given lands in the area by Robert the Bruce, whose cause they had supported. The Flemings built Boghall Castle, visible as a ruin until the early 20th century, but now only represented by a few mounds.
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