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Scottish Gazebo, Aberdeenshire

Pitmedden Architecture, Country House Gardens – Northeast Scotland building, UK

Aberdeenshire Gazebo

Pitmedden Gardens, Aberdeenshire

scanned photos from 1991, by architect Adrian Welch

Gazebo at corner of walled garden – exterior from inside walled garden + interior:

Pitmedden Gardens Gazebo Aberdeenshire

More details re Pitmedden Gardens building online soon

Pitmedden Garden is a garden in the town of Pitmedden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

Pitmedden Gardens

The garden is noted for its geometric parterres which vary in shape from a thistle to Sir Alexander Seton’s coat of arms. Pitmedden also has several long, varied borders which run along the garden walls. Sir Alexander Seton and Dame Margaret Lauder, his wife, established a house and garden at the site in 1675. The original garden was destroyed by fire in 1818.

Location: Pitmedden Gardens, Aberdeenshire, Northeast Scotland, north western Europe

Architecture in Scotland

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland

Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

Scottish Castles

Scottish Architecture – selection of key contemporary architecture in this country

Another delightful Scottish Country House and gardens on e-architect:

Traquair, Scottish Borders
Traquair House

Scottish Houses

Cairngorms National Park Authority’s HQ, Grantown-on-Spey, Moray, Northern Scotland
Design: Moxon Architects
Cairngorms National Park Authoritys Headquarters
image courtesy of architects
Cairngorms National Park Authority HQ Building

Spyon Cop, Cairngorms National Park, Northeast Scotland
Architects: Brown + Brown
Spyon Cop in the Cairngorms National Park
image : Touch 3D
Contemporary Property in Cairngorms National Park

A major building development in Northeast Scotland:

Union Square, Aberdeen
Union Square Aberdeen

Scottish Interiors

Scottish Architect

Building suggestions / photos for the Scottish Gazebo Buildings page welcome