Randolph Crescent’s apartments reimagine a historic building in a vibrant new context fit for 21st century living. All the living spaces are designed to perfect proportions which make them special places to linger in, with natural light flooding through the large sash windows.
A sensitive, design led approach to the interiors has been taken, restoring these wonderful townhouses to create exciting new dwellings. That meant respecting a gamut of original features such as cornices, panelling and a cupola which pours light down the shared stairs to the ground floor.
The grandest rooms are occupied by kitchen, living, dining areas. These open plan living spaces make for light and airy contemporary living.
Square and Crescent is a residential developer and contractor with a primary focus on the acquisition, development and refurbishment of prime Georgian and Victorian properties and the creation of spectacular new-build apartments within their grounds.
Operating within Edinburgh’s City Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Directors have a combined experience of 40 years in delivering successful residential projects, including Drumsheugh Gardens, York Place and Westerlea Gardens. Specialising in the conversion of commercial buildings back into luxury residential dwellings and developing unique new-build apartments, Square and Crescent has developed a strong track record and trusted reputation for professionalism.
Lynsay Bell Architecture is a dynamic architecture and design studio with a young, talented, awardwinning team of designers. LBA strive to create both elegant and innovative solutions that contribute positively to the built environment, personal wellbeing and happiness. Their belief in simple, well-crafted materials enables delivery of creative, visually striking architecture for a diverse range of client projects, both large and small.
LBA are experienced in the conversion of traditional and historic buildings into modern residential developments. Contemporary living and style is created within the backdrop and grandeur of Edinburgh’s architectural heritage. Original and historic fabric is carefully retained and enhanced, but where appropriate contemporary interventions deliver sympathetic solutions to provide 21st century living.
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