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Lindsey’s projects vary in size and nature, and typically include new builds, extensions, alterations, renovations and conversions. Her ‘contemporary rural’ style of architecture strikes a balance between traditional and contemporary design.  She listens to her environment and adopts a sympathetic viewpoint, which facilitates unique and interesting architecture.

Lindsey uses 3D drawing program, Revit, which enables the production of high quality and ‘realistic’ drawings.  The program allows her clients to see their buildings from every angle, both internally and externally, which is hugely beneficial during the design process.  Please browse through some of her projects below.



This two-storey new build house has a spectacular beachfront location on the site of the old Ropeworks, where rope was made for fishing boats in the village harbour. The long, straight road adjacent (Ropewalk) was essential to ‘walk the rope' as part of the process.

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Torhouse Mill

This existing stone Mill building stands on the banks of the River Bladnoch, with a Mill Lade running across the front. The brief was to convert the Mill into living accommodation and provide a modern, open-plan extension.

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This storey and a half new build house is situated on the site of an original farm ‘croft’ overlooking Glenluce Viaduct and Luce Bay beyond. The shallow pitch of the roof and large overhangs provide a Scandinavian feel, while offering protection to the eaves below.

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A secluded site on the edge of Penkiln Burn provides the site for a modern 4 bedroom home. The brief included a desire to maximise both privacy and views. The minimal colour palette of materials include a grey slate roof, light grey rendered walls, dark grey facing brick and grey windows and doors.

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Old Studio

The Old Studio is a former boathouse situated on the River Dee, with spectacular south facing views across the estuary towards Kirkcudbright. The brief was to renovate and extend the existing building to provide a modern three bedroom home.

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Damson Lodge

The client required a modern four bedroom home, with open plan living spaces, on the outskirts of Creetown. This unique site lies within a wooded area and has a gentle slope, offering spectacular views across Wigtown Bay.

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The brief was to provide a comfortable home for retirement on the outskirts of Carsluith, overlooking Wigtown Bay. The design responds to the natural slope of the site, with living accommodation over a split level.

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This project involved the full restoration of an existing 1830’s cottage and re-building of the rear byre to form living accommodation. The client had a strong desire to retain the integrity of the existing cottage, which presented challenges such as low eaves heights, a lack of foundations and an internal solid rock floor.

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Penkiln Chalets & Glamping Pods

Chalets and glamping pods are envisaged to provide holiday accommodation and to run alongside an existing activity centre.

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"I fronted the 4th generation family ownership of an obvious, but complex, rural infill development site with a chequered and emotive planning history. We were recommended to Lindsey who was able to identify and remedy historic failings in previous applications and design a sensitive scheme for a far reaching coastal location. She achieved Planning Officer support and represented our family at Planning Committee, succinctly communicating the design and planning context to achieve a previously inconceivable planning permission. We are delighted to have sold the plot to an owner occupier who is retiring to the area with their family adding a fresh boost to the rural community of Auchenmalg. I can say with some certainty that without the local expertise and steady guidance of Lindsey this would not have been possible."  
Sinniness Estate c/o Nick Snowden MSc MRICS , Development Surveyor, SW England

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