Our project for a large extension to a Broughty Ferry home won the DIA award for Best Residential Project, beating 17 other fine entries to do so.
We have submitted for Planning Approval an application to extend the current facility at Stewart’s Resort outside of St. Andrews, to accommodate a new swimming pool for the residents. The pool was originally to be around half the size, but we prepared a fly through for our client to demonstrate to them that we felt the pool would be too small. The fly through presentation and the images worked – they agreed and now the pool is to be big [...]
We have submitted plans to Dundee Council for Full Planning Approval for a new house in Broughty Ferry.The site stopes steeply so the design of the house respects this by cutting in to the site and stepping back and away in line with the existing gradient. In turn this will reduce the amount of site disruption.Due to the slope, this allows the house internally to have large interlocking volumes and a flowing floor plan. The layout allows for future [...]
We have submitted for Planning Approval a design for a brand new house on the coast of The North Sea in Angus.The design is contemporary in style externally, with modern materials but with vernacular themes. Internally the spaces are interlocking over two floors, and the plan allows effortless flow. Also, the house connects with its setting with views out towards the sea to the west, and over the landscape to the east.We love it.
Today we received formal notification of Listed and Full Planning Approval for this extension to the Category B Listed Carmylie House in Angus.
We are delighted to be involved in this exciting new project for Montrose …. not least because two of our team get to attend the opening night and get to see the new James Bond film.
We have submitted plans to Angus Council for Planning Approval to create a “Toastie Shack”. They are all the rage just now …. so why not?
Like all Professionals, all the team here at Brunton Design Studio are obliged to take on Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Today our CPD Coordinator (Jackie) was showing three of our team how to “beg”, “wait” and how to “go on then” to assist them in their ongoing competence.