The Hawkhead Centre in Paisley, Renfrewshire, is an activity and support facility for Scottish War Blinded, designed by Page\Park architects.
Originally conceived as a temporary building, this WW2 Nissen hut has been secured for another generation using innovative construction materials.
The building was prefabricated offsite using a modular timber system so that it could be constructed quickly in the short bulding season
This practical demonstration of the use of Scottish Grown Timber celebrates the life and achievements of botanist David Douglas.
Castlemilk stables required indent stone repairs showing best practice principles by retaining as much of the historic stonework as possible.
Timber is used throughout this building, with only the junctions between columns, beams and walls being strengthened with steel brackets.
This visitors facility in a forest popular with walkers and mountain bikers is built predominately from timber.
This visitor centre includes an interpretation of the Battle of Culloden, with educational and conference facilities, a café/restaurant, and a shop
The refurbishment of the roof at Acheson House is important, as one of a very small number of buildings to use Scottish stone as a roofing material.
This timber building adopts a simples form designed to have minimal impact on its surroundings.