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This is a 4 bedroomed family house with equally sized living room, dining room and kitchen arranged along the seaward elevation. The main entrance is to the rear of the property echoing the entrance position and general form of the client's much-loved original home immediately next door. The entrance vestibule leads to a double height staircase hall onto which all the principal rooms connect.
Murray House, North Tolsta, Lewis | 2007

This 4 bedroomed family home was completed in 2009 and is sited in Upper Garrabost, Lewis. The main space combines kitchen,dining and living in one double height volume with picture windows overlooking Broad Bay. The roof profile has a familiar hipped roof form executed in Westmorland slate and there is a staircase to allow this to be developed as attic bedrooms at a later date.
Macrae House Upper Garrabost, Lewis | 2009

This project was procured through Douglas Forrest Architects. This was a new home for a family friend retaining the memory and some salvaged fabric of the owner's grandfather's tenant farmhouse and carefully scaled in sympathy with this. The main space is the large drawing room leading into a study overlooked by the master suite. Also overlooking this is an artist's studio opening onto a roof terrace with views over the farmland and beyond. The entrance hall and diningroom were located within the footprint of the former building.
Ardblair, Kiltarlity Inverness shire | 1997

This is an as yet unbuilt proposal for a family friend who was at the time the only GP serving the small scattered community on the Isle of Jura. This project consisted of a Doctors house and separate surgery block for the Doctor, pharmacy and district nurse with a self-contained annexe for a locum doctor with fully accessible ramp access and accessible shower room.
New Doctor's Surgery, Craighouse, Jura | 2007

This project was procured through Douglas Forrest Architects.The new kitchen installed was state of the art and unashamedly modern, designed for informal use by the family as well as entertaining on a grand scale. This included an oil fired aga and stainless steel steam oven. The bathrooms feature sanitaryware by Czech & Speake Ltd set in marble and travertine.
New Kitchen and bathrooms at Tower of Lethendy, Perthshire | 1997

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