Gilmour & Aitken

The Crannog – durability at the edge of the sea
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Lasting Timber and Traditions Recreating and updating the historic Scottish crannog form of building for the 21st century, this building, created in Mallaig Harbour, needs to withstand the onslaught of the sea during inclement weather. But it also provides a welcoming place of rest, and facilities for visitors to the...
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The Oak Room V&A Dundee Museum
Matching up to historic scrutiny for V&A Dundee
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Fitting in with time Last used as a tearoom in Glasgow in the 1950s, this Charles Rennie Mackintosh original interior design in Oak was Timber sourcing in store for nearly 50 years in the Glasgow Museum before recently being meticulously re-erected and restored by Charles Taylor Woodwork in a project...
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