PERHAPS for as long as built structures have existed in Scotland, wood has been a part of the construction.
This response by A&DS Design Forum relates to proposals for mixed use development at 4-48 High Street, Ayr; the Ayr Riverside Block.
The headquarters building for Scottish Natural Heritage reflects the natural woodland landscape with the use of timber throughout.
A defining feature is of this project the internal, stepped red sandstone ‘street’.
The headquarters for Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park - which is 35% forest - has been appropriately built from Timber.
These offices for the Forestry Commission showcase the cost-effective use of local timber in innovative and unorthodox ways.
This new showroom for a sawmill in the East End of Glasgow is constructed almost entirely from the sawmills own timber.
The masterplan for Inveraray was referred to A&DS Design Forum by Argyll and Bute Council as a Locally Significant project in March 2014
Draft Masterplan for the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
Mixed use redevelopment on the site of former Aberdeen City Council offices (St Nicholas House)