Bridge of Allan House, Central Scotland Home Design, Building, Stirling Property Photos, Architect

Garden House Scotland, Bridge of Allan

Contemporary Scottish House Extension in Northwest Stirling – design by Oliver Chapman Architects (OCA)

15 Feb 2008

Bridge of Allan Property

Design: Oliver Chapman Architects
Date built: 2007
Location: Chalton Road, Bridge of Allan, central Scotland

Design: Oliver Chapman Architects

Garden House Scotland

Bridge of Allan Property garden house
photograph from architects practice

Soon after this Edinburgh architecture practice was established, according to OCA, it received a number of awards and gained media recognition for its highly crafted approach to design developed through a close dialogue with its clients.

Bridge of Allan property
photo from architects office

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From a starting point designing furniture such as Bed Box, the firm has expanded its expertise into various building types and now works with large scale clients including Scottish Canals, housing associations and various arts organisations, but still regards each project as an opportunity to explore new themes whatever its scale. A strong team ethic, methodical approach to design and sense of enjoyment are central to the firm’s exceptional track record.

Location: Chalton Road, Bridge of Allan, suburb on Northwest side of Stirling, Scotland, UK

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