Some more photos from the recent DIA Awards Dinner
Andrew Black Design are breathing new life into an historic city centre building, creating a design hub in the heart of the Cultural Quarter.
We have submitted a planning application to transform Tay Street Lane Mews, a 19th century building into a contemporary business hub accommodating some of the best of Dundee’s creative talent.
Relocating from our current Perth Road base, the project will see us regenerate the building, which dates back to around 1830 and is built against part of the historic old town wall. The buildings are C listed and the exterior was renovated in 2011 by Dundee City Council.
Currently a shell, this has allowed us to create a striking, modern interior, while keeping the exterior more traditional but with a contemporary cue. The completed property will comprise three studios, with Andrew Black Design occupying one, and the remaining units leased to like-minded design companies.
The move is part of a planned development for our growing practice as we are looking to increase our current team of six.
Please get in contact for more information regarding the studio properties.
We are extremely proud to have won the Dundee Institute of Architects award for Best New House for our project at Ladies Lake, St. Andrews at last months DIA 2016 Awards dinner. We also picked up the award for Best Use of Stone and the prestigious DIA Supreme award! A fantastic event and looking forward to working on more projects like this in the future.
Merry Christmas from all at Andrew Black Design
Our office will be closed from Wednesday 23rd December 2015 until Monday 4th January 2016.
Best wishes to you and yours during the festive period.
We were delighted to gain planning permission this week for this 35 house development in Dundee. Working in conjunction with Neil Gray at Rapleys LLP, this involved in-depth discussions with various parties, including Dundee City Council Planning. The inclusive living street design proposal, allowed us to maximise the site considering the various local plan restrictions.
We recently submitted our entry into the OUR ISLAND HOME Competition, run by Rural Housing Scotland.
We should hear by the end of the month if we’ve made it on to the shortlist.