WL Gore Associates, Livingston Office Building, West Lothian Development, Scottish Design, Architect

WL Gore Associates : Livingston Building

New Offices in West Lothian, central Scotland – design by Michael Laird Architects (MLA), Edinburgh

29 Oct 2012

WL Gore Associates Offices

Location: Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland

Design: Michael Laird Architects

Photos: Keith Hunter

New Offices in West Lothian

WL Gore Associates Livingston office building West Lothian

W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. is an American multinational manufacturing company specializing in products derived from fluoropolymers. It is a privately held corporation headquartered in Newark, Delaware. It is best known as the developer of waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex fabrics. Wikipedia

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Michael Laird Architects

Location: Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland

Architecture in Scotland

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Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

West Lothian Buildings

Linlithgow Buildings, West Lothian

Scottish Office Building Developments

Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
Date built: 2010
Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
photograph : Keith Hunter
Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
Glenmorangie moved into its new head office in Edinburgh, South East Scotland, UK. LVMH’s whisky operation moved into its new head office at The Cube in Edinburgh city centre after the company behind the Ardbeg and Glenmorangie whisky brands sold its 33-acre bottling plant and headquarters in Broxburn, to rival Diageo, the company behind Johnnie Walker whisky.

The Elements
Date built: 2008
Design: BDP
Livingston Building
picture from architects
The Elements shopping centre
Elements Square, owned by Land Securities, is a major retail addition to the town centre. Conceived as six separate buildings united by a transparent ETFE roof, it creates a new public heart for Livingston, and includes a major covered tiered space with an upper level wintergarden.

New Architecture in the Lothians – selection below:

Pennywell All Care Centre, Edinburgh
HolmesMiller Architects
Pennywell All Care Centre in Edinburgh
photo : Keith Hunter
Pennywell All Care Centre Building

Royal Wharf, Edinburgh, South East Scotland
Design: Wilson Gunn Architects
Royal Wharf launches at Edinburgh Marina
image courtesy of architects
Royal Wharf Edinburgh

Scottish Architecture

Scottish Architect Offices – architects studio contact details on e-architect

Dundee House
Design: Reiach and Hall Architects
Dundee Council Offices Building
Reiach and Hall Architects are delighted to have won a British Construction Industry Award for their design of Dundee House, the new civic centre and administrative headquarters for Dundee City Council.

St Vincent Plaza, Glasgow, west Scotland
Architefct: Keppie Design
St Vincent Plaza Office Building
Speculative high quality office scheme in Glasgow City Centre located at the gateway to Glasgow’s International Financial Services District (IFSD).

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