Welcome to the team!
Welcoming some new faces to our Edinburgh & Inverness offices! (read more...)
We are excited to be kicking off the 2018 architectural awards season with two of our projects being shortlisted for the Aberdeen Society of Architects Design Awards. The shortlist features only ten buildings selected from over thirty entries, and we are honoured to be among those in the running for an award with our sensitive restoration of Coldstone House and... (read more...)
The past few days have seen LDN take a trip up to the Banffshire coast, to see completed projects the Cullen Sea School and Portsoy Bunk House (and spend a night or two in the latter). The trip formed a CPD event and provided an opportunity for some of us to see these projects in the flesh for the first time. (read more...)
Last night LDN partner Tom Duff accompanied Paul and Hamish of the North East Scotland Preservation Trust to the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards ceremony at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. Our recently completed project, the Sail Loft in Portsoy – which we undertook for the NESPT – was shortlisted in the Best Rescue of a Historic Building category. (read more...)
Knockando Woolmill, whose renovation LDN completed in 2014, has added a coveted European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award to its collection of prizes. The Woolmill, located on the banks of the river Spey in Moray, is exceptional because it is the only working example of a small scale rural textile mill in Scotland, and has bee... (read more...)
The latest in a number of accolades for Knockando Woolmill was to be proclaimed winner of the Building Conservation category in the Inverness Architectural Association Awards. The award winners were announced at the IAA's biennial conference, held at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig on Skye last Friday. (read more...)
LDN are delighted that our hard work restoring Knockando Woolmill on Speyside has been recognised with a number of awards. The project was nominated for a total of five RICS Awards, in the Community Benefit, Tourism and Leisure, Regeneration, Infrastructure, and Building Conservation categories. It won the Inverness Architectural Association Award for Building Conservation as well as the RIAS/Historic Scotland... (read more...)