Kilmacolm Scotland, Inverclyde Home, Architect, Residential Architecture Photos

Kilmacolm Building : Property

Contemporary Country House in Inverclyde, West Scotland design by abbozzo Architects, UK

Kilmacolm house

Design: abbozzo Architects

Contemporary Inverclyde House

Kilmacolm house

Programme and location: New Garden Room located on Whitelea Road, Kilmacolm, Inverclyde

Clients: For Mr & Mrs Douglas Wheeler

Cost: £75k approximate building construction cost

Kilmacolm home

Smaller images of the New Garden Room:

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All these house images from abbozzo architects, Glasgow architecture studio

New Inverclyde house

Kilmacolm House images / information from abbozzo Architects

Location: Kilmacolm, Scotland

Architecture in Scotland

Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

Modern Houses

Scottish Houses

Scottish Architecture – Selection

Wall House, Tower House and Pool, The Trossachs, central Scotland
Architect: Alan Dunlop
Wall House Tower House and Pool in the Trossachs
drawing : Alan Dunlop
New houses in The Trossachs

Fiscavaig House, Isle of Skye
Fiscavaig House

R.HOUSE, Highlands and Islands
Rural Design Architects



This Scottish community is a village and civil parish in the Inverclyde council area and the historic county of Renfrewshire in the west central Lowlands of Scotland. It lies on the northern slope of the Gryffe Valley 7 1⁄2 miles (12.1 km) south-east of Greenock and around 15 miles (24 km) west of the city of Glasgow. The village has a population of around 4,000 and is part of a wider civil parish which covers a large rural hinterland of 15,000 hectares (150 km2; 58 sq mi) containing within it the smaller settlement of Quarrier’s Village, originally established as a 19th-century residential orphans’ home.

Scottish Architect

Paisley Museum Building News, western Scotland
Design: AL_A
Paisley Museum Renewal, Scotland
image courtesy of architects office
Paisley Museum Renewal
Plans to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class visitor destination telling the town’s unique stories, including that of the globally admired Paisley Pattern. This architectural project has taken a major step forward as The National Lottery Heritage Fund announced £3.8million of support for the project.

The Watch House, Crail, Crail, Fife, Eastern Scotland
Architect: Alan Dunlop
Crail Property in East Scotland
drawing © Alan Dunlop
The Watch House in Crail, Fife
Planning Approval and Listed Building and Conservation Area Consent granted unconditionally for this historic property renovation in Crail. The building is listed and sits within the conservation area in Crail, overlooking the Firth of Forth and The Isle of May.

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