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Tay Street Mews

We were delighted to win the Dundee Institute of Architects 'Best Small Project - Non Domestic' award in November 2017 for breathing new life into a historic city centre building, creating a design hub in the heart of the Cultural Quarter.

This project involved the transformation of Tay Street Lane Mews, a 19th century building, into a contemporary business hub accommodating some of the best of Dundee’s creative talent.

The team regenerated the building, which dates back to around 1830 and is built against part of the historic old town wall. Initially a shell, the end result incorporates a striking, modern interior set aside the traditional exterior.  

The property comprises three studios, occupied by Andrew Black Design, The Malting House Design Studio and Open Change. 

Andrew said, “We are delighted to have won this award which is is very much an endorsement of our decision to embark on what was a fairly daunting project, this time last year. From gaining planning approval in December to moving in seven months later, it is a real time advert for what architects can do in a limited timescale. The mews truly feels like a home now. The reaction from clients and contacts has been very positive and we don’t have any trouble persuading them to visit us."

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