- NEWS: FEATURED IN THE 'COOL PLACES' BOOK
Posted: 04/03/2019 by Thomas Robinson Architects
- NEWS: ISLAND HOUSE GETS PLANNING
Posted: 12/11/2018 by Thomas Robinson ArchitectsWe are thrilled to have gained planning permission for a new house on the remote and rugged Scottish west coast island.
- OPENING - THE DUKE OF ROTHESAY HIGHLAND GAMES PAVILLION
Posted: 22/09/2018 by Thomas Robinson ArchitectsWe are deighted to be at the opening of one of our latest projects; The Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavillion in Braemar. This project involves collaboration with The Princes Foundation to develop a discovery centre building for the Braemar Royal Highland Games Society at the site of the Gathering at The Duke of Fife Memorial Park in Braemar.
As Executive Architects we ensured the vision of the design architect Michael Harris of The Princes Foundation was translated into reality.
Please go to our projects page for more details
- PRESS: SCOTLANDS GREENEST HOUSE?
Posted: 28/08/2018 by Thomas Robinson ArchitectsThomas Robinson Architects completes first ever EnerPHit certified building in Scotland
- PRESS: FIRST EVER CERTIFIED ENERPHIT BUILDING IN SCOTLAND
Posted: 13/08/2018 by Thomas Robinson ArchitectsThomas Robinson Architects recently achieved certification from the Passivhaus Institute in Darmstadt in Germany for what is the first building to be certified in Scotland to meet the Passive house refurbishment “Enerphit” Standard. The standard exists to define a level of comfort and energy performance to aim for when upgrading existing buildings. From the building owner’s perspective achieving this target will give the owner a building that far exceeds what they could expect to get from a new build building in terms of energy performance and comfort and if the brief was simply to comply with the Scottish Building Standards of today.
- FEATURE: DOWNSIZING - WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW?
Posted: 07/08/2018 by Thomas Robinson ArchitectsA recent article in The Times claimed that 21st-century downsizers are looking for state-of-the-art retirement pads. A Savills estate agent stated that today’s retirees are more likely to want the latest technology and open-plan living spaces than a small flat by a golf course.