During November 2018, the Town Planning and Architectural Consultancy CMDesign successfully completed the new build for their client in Roseisle, Moray. This project - later titled ‘The Neuk’ - was specifically designed to enable two parts of the same family to live in close proximity while still maintaining their own privacy. The installation of stunning FAKRO FTU electric operated roof windows was central to the design of the new living spaces.
Paterson Gordon Architecture were approached by Mr and Mrs Smith of Glasgow to bring their fresh idea to life. The idea behind the development began when the Smiths were living with cold and damp conditions in their previous conservatory. They wished to create a bright, open space with abundant natural light which would suit the lifestyle of their young family.
Frisby Lakes Lodge Park is an award-winning East Midlands site with a plan to develop 59 luxurious Finnish Log lodges made from 100% renewable material. Situated in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside with lodges overlooking a large fishing lake, this stunning park has a lot to offer for those wishing to move to an upcoming, safe-haven location for the over 45’s including beautiful electric operated FAKRO roof windows.
A stylish and unique ARC™ modular eco-building has recently been installed at Colchester Hospital after the Clinical Team specified a unit with an eclectic look which offered plenty of space. Now complete, the unit has opened up opportunities for patients to step away from a potentially busy hospital environment at a time in their lives when calmness and relaxation should be reflected in their surroundings.
In the summer of 2016, Paterson Gordon Architecture were approached to renovate an existing steading that stood in a derelict state. However, the stunning views of Loch Lomond created an inspiring opportunity to design and build a modern family home.
In 2016 Mr Smith visited a self build show in Edinburgh and a long house design for a 11/2 story building caught his eye. With it being a new build house, this opened up an opportunity to use energy efficient SIP panels and to provide accommodation within a comfortable retirement home.
Westhill Community Church was a new, green field project in Aberdeenshire. Its highly contemporary style was designed for maximum functionality and to encourage use by the wider community. Natural light and climate controllability were the central considerations for the clients of McLean Architects during initial discussions - a common request for high ceiling, large space developments.
When architects McLean were commissioned to bring light into both large and small areas at a busy community hub they turned to FAKRO for help and support, creating a welcoming, vibrant building for the people of Dumfries.