Case Study 15 – Waterston House

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Project Name: Waterston House Scottish Ornithologists’ Club Headquarters

Building Type: Public

Location: Aberlady, East Lothian

Architect: Simpson & Brown Architects

Project: Waterston House is the headquarters for the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club and houses the most comprehensive ornithological library in Scotland. The new building adopts a simple form, designed to have minimal impact on its surroundings, and accommodates the library, a lecture hall/exhibition space, offices and archive storage.

Materials Featured: Green Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce, larch, oak

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