Scottish Zero-Carbon Houses Glasgow, Hamilton Property Design, Scotland greenbelt homes architect

Scottish Zero-Carbon Houses : Hamilton Properties

Hamilton Residential Building design by ink design Architecture: WW2 Gun Emplacements conversion project

29 Oct 2007

Four Zero-Carbon Houses in the greenbelt

Date: 2007-

Design: ink design architects

Zero-Carbon Houses

Zero Carbon Houses Scotland

Recent project that is in for planning at the moment.

It is the conversion of 4 WW2 Gun Emplacements into 4 Zero-Carbon Houses in the greenbelt outside Hamilton.

Scottish Zero-Carbon Houses Zero Carbon Homes

Hamilton Homes images / information from ink design architects Oct 2007

ink design : Paul Hodgkiss Design Studio

ink design architecture : Michelle Mone HQ

Contemporary Scottish Houses

Contemporary Scottish Houses Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:

MacCalman House

Lawlor House

Float Bay House, Sandhead, nr Stranraer

Burrell Museum

Glasgow School of Art

Dumbarton Road

Glasgow Building Designs

Contemporary Glasgow Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:

New Olympia House in Bridgeton
New Olympia House in Bridgeton, Glasgow Building News 2022
image courtesy of Clyde Gateway
New Olympia House in Bridgeton

Workplace environments must adapt quicker
Christoph Ackermann is an Architect and Principal at BDP Glasgow
image courtesy of architects practice
Workplace environments must adapt quicker

Cameron House Resort Building News
Cameron House Loch Lomond Resort Scotland
photo courtesy of Cameron House
Cameron House Loch Lomond Resort

Caledonia Road, Caledonia Rd, Gorbals, south Glasgow
Caledonia Road Church

Gorbals Parish Church
Design: ADF Architects
Gorbals Parish Church

Hamilton, South Lanarkshire

Hamilton (Scots: Hamiltoun; Scottish Gaelic: Baile Hamaltan) is a large town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It serves as the main administrative centre of the South Lanarkshire council area. It sits 10 miles (16 km) south-east of Glasgow, 37 miles (60 km) south-west of Edinburgh and 74 miles (120 km) north of Carlisle. It is situated on the south bank of the River Clyde at its confluence with the Avon Water. Hamilton is the county town of the historic county of Lanarkshire and is the location of the headquarters of the modern local authority of South Lanarkshire.

The town itself has a population of around 55,000, which makes it the 9th largest locality in Scotland, and anchors a defined settlement of 84,000 (including neighbouring Blantyre, Bothwell and Uddingston) which is the country’s 8th largest.

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