ICDP had three projects shortlisted by the Cairngorms National Park Authority for Design Awards 2016.
Baronald Estate residential development | Lanark
We recently submitted planning and listed building consent for the formation of 6 new dwellings and the conversion of a listed derelict stables block, to form 4 homes, at Baronald Estate near Lanark. The houses were conceived as a contemporary take a traditional Scottish dwelling; taking design cues from the A-listed Baronald House.
West Auchmaud housing | Ellon
We were pleased to receive planning permission for the creation of 3 family dwellings set in a rural setting to the north of Ellon in Aberdeenshire. The scheme is laid out to replicate a defensive steading layout that provides protection from the prevailing wind whilst maximising views across the open landscape.
New Dwelling | Paisley
Planning permission was recently granted for the creation of a new home in the grounds of a C-listed house in Paisley. The house has been designed to sit on micro-piles to minimise damage to existing mature trees.
Housing development | Stronachlachar
The Stronachlachar development consists of 5 new-build terraced housing, a detached dwelling and the renovation and remodelling of a stone cottage linked to the Scottish Water heritage on the site. The proposed development is intended to be sustainable and energy efficient. The houses have been designed and orientated to utilise passive design measures to reduce demand for heating, cooling and lighting. A high performance building fabric with energy efficient lighting, services and controls is proposed. The homes promote high quality design and local identity.The re-use of an existing brownfield site is a sustainable use of land as the local infrastructure such as roads and drainage already exist.
Residential Development | Prestwick
Work in progress
Family Dwelling | Beechen Hill
Family Dwelling | Roseglen Properties
NEW TEAM MEMBERS
ICDP are pleased to welcome the following new staff members
Part II Assistant Architect
Cairngorms National Park
DESIGN AWARDS 2016
The commendation is reproduced below :
"The judges recognised the challenges posed by this project, in seeking to safeguard a building of considerable historic and social importance in the development of the village. It had been much altered and neglected. The work of conversion has been on the whole lovingly carried out, with some interesting internal spaces created within the shell of the former Catholic church and school. The extension to the rear, clad in timber and with a lead sheet roof, is deferential to the original building, while the garden adds interest to the setting of the building within the village."