new works currently in progress during 2020 

low energy passive eco dwelling for clifftop site

utilising only locally recovered stone and timber harvested and processed within 30 miles of the site; the design maximises use of passive solar energy through ingenious use of thermal mass

naturally ventilated, with air source heat pump installation powered by solar pv generated electricity - all to take advantage of a southerly orientated cliff top site

modern tower house for landlocked sealover

a concept design for a 4 storey, small plan tower house with spiral staircase access for a former lighthouse keeper

360 degree roof terrace to allow views across the tay estuary from this elevated woodland site in north fife

new design for timber clad two storey quayside dwelling house

a gap site in existing quayside location has offered a opportunity to create a new two storey low energy timber frame and timber clad house

full design development due in early 2020, incorporating water based heat pump heating system for highly insulated low energy building envelope

small south facing sun-room structure for existing semi-detached dwelling

the existing small two bedroom dwelling did not make the most of its south-facing aspect to the rear garden; the 12 sq.m. addition with glazed sliding doors to raised terrace provides masses of additional light to the interior with relocated kitchen to create a stunning modern open plan living space

scheme for four new build four bedroom hillside houses with roof terraces

the south facing site with views to the surrounding landscape to towards the south west created the opportunity to produce triple aspect roof terrace with external fire-pit and demountable canopy

new house design for brownfield railway embankment site

utilising otherwise dead space of old railway embankment, the proposed low energy dwelling will hunker into the old embankment, retaining the 100 yrear old landscape feature of the site; three bedrooms with rooftop access to the remainder of the railway embankment; planting the roof of the building with wildflower meadow to act as continued wildlife corridor in the landscape..