Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter|Keith Hunter||A grand new entrance, created from the passageway once used for vehicle access|Granite-turreted Marischal College, new home of Aberdeen City Council|Granite flooring and driftwood-inspired reception desks give a local flavour|The restored Senate Room, now used for weddings|Roof lights and a full-height void allow light into the deeper floorplates|A new rooftop extension includes a top-lit conference suite|The glossy black-tiled entrance is a reminder of the city’s oil industry|Modern office facilities pitted against intricate original stonework||
19 Mar 2012

Aberdeen council’s gothic new digs by Holmes Miller

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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