Patience and Highmore / Sheppard Robson’s 179 unit housing development at Warriston Road, Edinburgh starts to show some finished faces to the world…and some finished undersides too…
That time when we got to design some nautical elements into our architecture, and they actually built it….well, it is close to the sea:
Fleming Place, Edinburgh. More images here.
Completed in 2020 and still looking as clean as a the day it was finished, our 12 flat development for East Lothian Council pictured in the springtime sun on Saturday. More images here.
2016: That moment in your career when you get to design the conversion of a morgue into a paediatric suite….
Our Ormiston Medical Centre page has been refreshed with the addition of a couple of images by Paul Zanre Photography.
Patience and Highmore are now on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/company/21992846
Back in the 1990s, the RIAS entered an international mini football tournament between architects from England, Scotland, Spain and Morocco. The call from the RIAS came out and Keith Cameron [centre] from P+H managed to grab one of the jerseys [the blue and black striped jerseys borrowed from the English team]. Scotland didn’t have their own kit but Spain and Morocco had their own band on the touchline with trumpets and drums!
A 3-2 win over Spain was followed by a 1-0 defeat to Morocco. Fortunately Scotland didn’t have to play England who had run up pretty high scores against the other two nations…
Sheppard Robson and Patience and Highmore’s 179 unit housing development at Warriston Road, Edinburgh starts to emerge from the scaffold.
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