Refurbishment of St Paul’s & St George’s Church, Edinburgh

Malcolm Innes

Lee Boyd Limited

Lee Boyd is an award winning practice, committed to design excellence.

Our work is characterised by a crisp and contemporary approach, intimately connected to the challenges of the design context and the brief. The result is a broad portfolio of specifically detailed buildings that is underpinned by our belief that design excellence is possible, regardless of budget or aspiration.

Continuous dialogue and open, friendly communication are essential to the practice and form a key part of our approach, whether with clients, consultants, contractors or building users. This is to ensure that projects are delivered with best value and that all concerned have a sense of shared contribution.

Chartered Practice

Lee Boyd Limited is an RIAS Chartered Practice.

Address

6 Canaan Lane
EDINBURGH EH10 4SY
United Kingdom

Telephone

0131 447 1818

Facsimile

0131 447 8799

Specialisms

  • Arts
  • Commercial
  • Conservation
  • Education
  • Historic
  • House extensions and renovations
  • Interior design
  • Places of Worship
  • Public
  • Refurbishment
  • Residential
  • Retail
  • Sustainability

Awards won

2016: Scottish Civic Trust Awards: My Place Award: Commendation for Humbie Hub

2015: Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards: Shortlisted for Alterations to St Martin of Tours Episcopal Church (Small Projects) and New

Visitor Centre at Beefeater Gin Distillery (Ambassador Award)

RICS London Awards: Shortlisted for New Visitor Centre at Beefeater Gin Distillery

2014: Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards: Commended in the Conservation Category for the Haining Coach House

Scottish Design Awards 2014: Commended for the Haining Coach House

Civic Trust My Space Awards: Nominated for the Haining Coach House

RIAS Awards: Shortlisted for the Haining Coach House

2011: Scottish Health and Beauty Awards: Spa of the Year, PURE Aberdeen

Scottish Design Awards: Commendation for extension to Wallace Monument Visitor Centre in the Best Public Building Category

The Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation/Centre for the Protection of the National Interest/Security in the Public Realm Award: Winner for Streetscaping at The Scottish Parliament

Professional Beauty Awards: Winner of Boutique Spa of the Year for PURE Aberdeen

2010: Roses Design Awards: Winner of Gold Medal in the Public Building category for extension to Wallace Monument Visitor Centre

Restaurant and Bar Design Awards: Shortlisted for Cafe Fish

RICS Awards: Highly Commended in the Community Benefit Category for St Paul’s and St George’s Church

2009: Roses Design Awards: Winner of Bronze Medal for St Paul’s and St George’s Church in re-use of a listed building category, Nominated for Architectural Practice of the Year

Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards: Winner of Building of the Year for St Paul’s and St George’s Church

Scottish Design Awards: Commended in Interior Design Category for 110 St Vincent Street, Glasgow and Commended in Reuse of a Listed Building Category for Garrison House. Shortlisted in the Public Building Category for Garrison House and Reuse of a Listed Building Category for St Paul’s and St George’s Church and for Architect of the Year.

BURA Awards for Community Inspired Regeneration: Commended for Garrison House

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Awards: Garrison House Highly Commended in the Community Benefit category

Civic Trust Awards: Commendation for Garrison House

RIBA Awards: Shortlisted for St Paul’s and St George’s Church

Saltire Society Awards: Shortlisted for Lasswade Road

2008: Glasgow Institute of Architects Awards: Winner in Conservation Category for Garrison House

Roses Design Awards: Joint Winner of Silver Medal for Best re-use of a Listed Building Category for Garrison House

Roses Design Awards: Winner of Silver Medal for Best Interior for 110 St Vincent Street Glasgow

Natural Stone Awards: Winner of Repair and Restoration Category for Garrison House

2007: Roses Design Awards: Bronze Medal for Oddfellows

British Council for Offices Awards: Shortlisted for Sighthill North for HBoS in the Refurbished/Recycled Workplace Category

Scottish Design Awards: Shortlisted for Oddfellows

2006: Edinburgh Architectural Awards: Shortlisted for Conversion of Greyfriars Hostel and Traverse Theatre in Bronze Medal Category

2005: Theme Awards: Winner of best Ambient Bar for Cargo (National Award)

Theme Awards: Winner of best Ambient Bar for Cargo (Regional Award)

2004: Scottish Design Awards: Alan Thomson is Young Architect of the Year

Civic Trust Awards: Mention for Greenbank Parish Church

2002: Scottish Design Awards: Commended in Web Site Category for leeboyd.com

2001: Edinburgh Architectural Awards: Winner of Bronze Medal for Conservation for Bonnington House

Edinburgh Architectural Awards: Shortlisted for Silver Medal for Greenbank Parish Church

2000: Edinburgh Architectural Awards: Winner of Silver Medal for Headquarters Building, Edinburgh Park

Scottish Architectural Awards: Runner up in Innovative Architect Category

Saltire Society Awards: Commended for the refurbishment of Edinburgh Dental Hospital

British Council for Offices Awards: Shortlisted for Lochside House, Edinburgh Park

Edinburgh Architectural Awards: Shortlisted for Bronze Medal for Conversion of Edinburgh Dental Hospital