Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee||Airy aluminium and glass are anchored by sandstone-filled gabions|Solid spruce panels form walkways: “Scotland has lots of spruce. Let’s use it!”|A tranquil upper floor features a mix of open-plan workspace and cellular offices|The gabion-covered drum contains the building’s main circulation space||
18 Jun 2012

Hillcrest green digs by Nicoll Russell Studios

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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