Macfie Hall, Heriot
       
     
 Two new smaller scale pitched roof forms are slid alongside the main hall; one functions as the primary block for services such as toilets and kitchen, the other as a multi-purpose room that can work either as a separate room from the hall or as a foyer that extends the the hall function to meet the view to the west.  This commission was won through design competition and is awaiting funding award.
       
     
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Macfie Hall, Heriot

Heriot is a small community in the lowland Moorfoot hills, twenty miles south of Edinburgh. It’s village hall sits in a valley with an tranquil view from its west side. Taking inspiration from nearby Borthwick Castle, the remodelling and extension of the hall seeks to evoke similar qualities of pocket-like spaces, especially in its section, as if carved from a solid form.

 Two new smaller scale pitched roof forms are slid alongside the main hall; one functions as the primary block for services such as toilets and kitchen, the other as a multi-purpose room that can work either as a separate room from the hall or as a foyer that extends the the hall function to meet the view to the west.  This commission was won through design competition and is awaiting funding award.
       
     

Two new smaller scale pitched roof forms are slid alongside the main hall; one functions as the primary block for services such as toilets and kitchen, the other as a multi-purpose room that can work either as a separate room from the hall or as a foyer that extends the the hall function to meet the view to the west.

This commission was won through design competition and is awaiting funding award.

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