End of the Year Review and Green Award

To begin summarizing  an entire year (well 4 months in our case!) we hold no reservations in saying it has been a very encouraging start to our practice and very busy run up to close of play at the end of December. November was a very busy period which saw us securing...

Are Zero Carbon Homes the Solution?

There is no doubt that we are living through a transition towards a green era of sustainability and environmental responsibility. Increasing energy prices, concern about climate change and occupant health-consciousness are influencing people around the globe to take...

Busy Times, Good Projects, Great Clients

What a busy period it has been leading up to Autum. October saw us running around all over the East Neuk, getting involved in several good projects ranging from small conversions to new build properties. We have had the privilege of working with our clients in a few...
Internal Alterations, St. Monans

Internal Alterations, St. Monans

Internal Alterations & Attic Conversion, St, Monans  // Full Building Warrant Application Fife Architects recenlty worked with the client to develop a full Building Warrant application for a cottage flat in St. Monans, Fife.   Back to Projects...
Eco-Minimalism: The Way Forward for Green Architecture?

Eco-Minimalism: The Way Forward for Green Architecture?

“If we are to move forward… towards mainstreaming ecological design as an integral part of building for the 21st century, then it is crucial that it is accessible, economic, genuinely environmentally sound, gimmic-free and not stigmatised as a style” –...